Chef Sara H. Samuels from Johnson and Wales University in Providence, RI visited the Culinary Club along with any other students who might be interested in a culinary career. She was extremely informative and engaging, wisely offering to prepare something with which to feed her audience. She made spring rolls, beginning first with a dipping sauce before cutting vegetables, soaking rice paper, and rolling them up. Our own students had a chance to try their hand at it as well.
Kevin Jiang–The Johnson and Wales visit differentiates from my any other tasting experience. A real life culinary TV show took place right in front of me from which I learnt not only cooking skills for spring rolls but also practical business and tricks behind the culinary world . The vegetable spring rolls created by the chef even successfully conquered the sensation of a stubborn carnivore like myself.
Chelsey Ayin–‘It was really exciting having a representative come all the way from
Johnson¹s and Wales to visit us. She not only talked about the great
benefits of applying and/or attending their school, but she also gave a
cooking demonstration of cold spring rolls, which was a real treat. They
were simple, fun and very tasty!’