03. January 2012 · Categories: Alumni

Whether as restaurant chefs, chocolate makers, bread bakers or food writers, ICE alumni are finding success in a variety of different avenues in the food world. Check out just some of the alumni finding success and making recent headlines.

* Dave Crofton (Pastry & Baking Arts ’03) and his wife Dawn Casale, the owners of One Girl Cookies were profiled in the Winter 2012 issue of Edible Brooklyn.

*Master butcher Ryan Farr (Culinary ’10) just appeared on the Martha Show, in conjunction with the publication of his new book, Whole Beast Butchery.

*Recipe developer and blogger Sarah Copeland’s (Culinary ’02) first book, The Newlywed Cookbook, was released at the end of December.

* Marissa Goldberg (Culinary ’08) wrote an article in SELF magazine on healthy holiday trifles.

* Dori Fern (Culinary ’11) won the recent Edible Brooklyn Latke Recipe Contest, and then competed against 15 chefs at BAM on December 19 in the 2nd Annual Latke Festival.

* Peter Shelsky (Culinary ’02), and his business Shelsky’s Smoked Fish, were featured in a New York Times piece on the re-surging popularity of herring.

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