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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Chef Paul Farmelo Thanks Community For Participation


This video by Solomon's words was produced at the Seneca Highlands Career & Technical Center Last Spring at the end of a series of dinners prepared and served to the public by Chef Paul Farmelo and the students of the Culinary Arts Department.


2012  PM STUDENTS
(front row l-r) Mercedes Shupe, Kelly Sturdevant, Sarah Fuller, Mrs. Eaton (Aide)
(second row l-r) Chef Farmelo (Instructor), Michele Caldwell, William Majot, Cody Taylor, Rebecca Watson, Devin Kio, Erika Boucher, Autumn Vossler, Josh Taylor
(absent:) Harley Welch, Kaitlyn Collins



2012 AM STUDENTS
(front row l-r) William Waltz, Amanda Amell, Steven Maben, Mercedes Smith, Blake Pifer, Elisha White, Brigette Good, Quinn VanCise, Sasha Fischer
(second row l-r) Chef Farmelo (Instructor), Dana Dake, Tyler Bee, Gerritt VanGorder, Lucas Manning, Jake Seelbinder, Ella Sherry, Mrs. Caulkins (Aide)
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Chef Paul Farmelo
Chef Paul Farmelo is the instructor for high school students at Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center in Port Allegany, PA. He teaches culinary arts in conjunction with restaurant operations in the “Eagle’s Nest” restaurant which is with-in the school. Students prepare and serve a vast array of culinary delights as part of their education for the public to enjoy. SHCTC’s culinary program is a reality based culinary experience for students desiring a career in the hospitality industry. Students learn all facets of the industry: front of the house operations, menu design and costing, hot and cold food preparation, baking, and ServSafe® sanitation certification.

Paul’s parents hail from Port Allegany Pa. though his culinary roots stem from Columbus, Ohio where he attended culinary school while apprenticing as a young chef in a four star French restaurant. Paul’s travels and training sent him abroad to L√§mmerspiel Germany and back stateside to Champagne, Illinois, Seattle, Washington, and Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio. He and his family currently reside in Eldred, PA. Prior to joining CTC, Paul, Karen, and Adam, owned and operated a casual restaurant in Eldred, Pa. called “Farmelos’ Restaurant and Tavern”. Chef Paul’s plans are now to share his expertise with young students to prepare them for an exciting culinary career.

Chef Paul and SHCTC would like to invite and encourage those interested in the hospitality industry to visit his program facilities and become aware of the opportunities that await them at Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center.
 

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Thanks for putting these photos up. My grandson,Cody Taylor, was in the PM Class and is in the photo;so another memory for us. I highly recommend this course for anyone who is looking for some sort of training. CHEF is the GREATEST and Cody STILL misses those afternoon classes ! However his Certification has paid off for him and he works FULL TIME at the Hubber Cafe is Smethport. Thanks CHEF for all you did for Cody !!