JACKSON WYO. —When Henry Cittone ran a culinary arts program for a small school in Texas, he was inundated with requests from chefs in this city’s resort community who were looking for student interns. “I would send letters out to Jackson saying we need our students to learn French cuisine, and the chefs would want all of our students,” he said. —When Henry Cittone ran a culinary arts ...
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