Posts Tagged ‘chef’

Hinds, The W cook up new culinary arts agreement

COLUMBUS and RAYMOND — A new partnership will allow those completing an associate’s degree in culinary arts at Hinds Community College to finish their four-year degree on the Jackson campus with Mississippi University for Women. The enhanced 2 Plus 2 program in culinary arts will provide a seamless transition to the baccalaureate degree and will […] [...]

Retailer expanding, buying former Viking Cooking School site

by MBJ Staff Published: April 2,2013

Tags: acquire, acquisition, appliance, buy, chef, cook, cooking, culinary arts, purchase, retail, retailer, retailing, sale, sell

RIDGELAND — Cowboy Maloney’s Appliance, Electronics and Bedding Superstores is expanding its Ridgeland location by acquiring the recently closed Viking Cooking School space. The store will be known as Cowboy’s Kitchens. The cost of the acquisition was not disclosed. Since its inception of the, the Viking Store by Cowboy Maloney’s in Ridgeland has seen an […] [...]

Amelot-Holmes, Conn opening new Anjou Restaurant

by MBJ Staff Published: March 28,2012

Tags: chef, cooking, culinary, Dining, fine dining, food, hospitality, opening, restaurants

RIDGELAND — French native and longtime Jacksonian Anne Amelot-Holmes and David Conn, owner of Amerigo, Char and Sombra, are opening Anjou Restaurant, coming to The Township at Colony Park. Anjou will offer a casual yet classic bistro dining experience featuring foods of France. “I’ve been in the restaurant business since I was born,” Amelot-Holmes said. […] [...]

Q&A: John Currence

by Amy McCullough Published: July 3,2011

Tags: chef, cooking, Golf, John Currence, Q&A, Viking, Viking Classic

In addition to being a PGA TOUR event, the Viking Classic is also a culinary extravaganza. Wrapping up the fun in this year’s Viking Culinary Tent will be chef John Currence, owner of City Grocery restaurant in Oxford. Currence was named Best Chef in 2009 by the James Beard Foundation and was recently a contestant […] [...]

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