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After preparing thousands of meals for refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine, George Brown College Chef School graduate Joe Sarnovsky got to meet some of the people he had travelled so far to help. …
They say if you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. George Brown College grad Chef Aakash Dhall withstood the heat and stayed cool to outcook the competition on season three of Food Network…
Joe Sarnovsky is set to use the cooking skills he developed at George Brown College to prepare food for refugees of the war in Ukraine. A recent graduate of the Culinary Skills program, Sarnovsky…
Culinary craftsman Chef David Wolfman, an internationally recognized expert in Indigenous cuisine and an educator at George Brown College’s Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts, has won a 2022…
Are you eager to launch your career or upgrade your skills now that the table is set for recovery in the restaurant and hospitality industry? George Brown College’s Centre for Hospitality &…
Present-day and future wine professionals will love the pairing of education and industry as George Brown College takes ownership of the Ontario Wine Awards. Founded in 1985 by leading Canadian wine…
Mayor John Tory chose George Brown's student-run restaurant The Chefs’ House to announce the return of a well-loved Toronto tradition — Summerlicious.  Chef HigginsTory made the announcement…
A new scholarship is now available to Indigenous students at George Brown College’s Chef School thanks to the generosity of Sudbury chef and chocolatier Tammy Maki.  Maki owns Raven Rising…
George Brown College is the first Canadian partner of a Jamaica-based global tourism think tank that focuses on building resilience in the industry in response to disruptions such as the pandemic,…
George Brown’s Chef on the Run and The Café will all re-open to the public starting Tuesday, February 8. Swing by to purchase delicious meals and baked goods — and support our students in the process…