SAN ANTONIO —Cooking was just a job for Joseph Dominguez until he realized how much he enjoyed it. Like other Hispanics who may have considered higher-level culinary careers out of reach, he didn’t think he could afford to go to school to advance from cook to chef. But a partial scholarship from a new program changed everything. —Cooking was just a job for Joseph Dominguez until he realized how much he enjoyed it. Like other Hispanics who may have considered ...
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