International Culinary Center - ICC
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    Founded as The French Culinary Institute, The International Culinary Center is the world's leading culinary center for education w/ locations in NYC, SF Bay Area & Parma, Italy. We're a culinary incubator w/ cutting edge curriculums with world-class grads
    The International Culinary Center, founded as The French Culinary Institute by Dorothy Cann Hamilton in 1984, is the world’s leading culinary center for education. Its state-of-the-art multi-million dollar kitchens and classrooms provide the very best environments for aspiring chefs and culinary enthusiasts to learn and develop successful careers – from an unmatched six-month career program to serious amateur and recreational classes. Programs include Class Culinary Arts, Pastry Arts, The Italian Culinary Experience, Cake Techniques and Design, International Bread Baking, Intensive Sommelier Training, Restaurant Management, and now Spanish cuisine. 

    As a result of its signature hands-on education, The International Culinary Center has graduated more than 22,000 alumni worldwide including award-winning Chefs Bobby Flay, David Chang, Dan Barber, Josh Skenes and Christina Tosi.

    The International Culinary Center also boasts some of the most world-renowned chefs as its deans including Jacques Pépin, Jacques Torres, André Soltner, Alain Sailhac, David Kinch, Emily Luchetti, Alan Richman, and Cesare Casella, with José Andrés joining most recently. The school is home to the Michelin-recommended restaurant L’Ecole in New York City and the Monte Bello Dining Room in California.