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Class act in the kitchen

four-course dinner, the second of an 11-dinner series, was to have its first seating at the Golden Eagle Grille in Irvington at 6 on this night. The Menu (menus change nightly): Mexican Tortilla Soup; Salad of Baby Greens with French Vinaigrette; Vanilla Cider Pork with Pears or Wild Mushroom Risotto; Pumpkin Cheesecake. In the kitchen preparing the food and preparing to serve the dinner were members of the culinary class of Rappahannock Community College, under the supervision of Chef Hatley Bright.

Hatley, a native of North Carolina who came to Virginia by way of Wyoming, has been directing this program at RCC for five years. She said, "This is a nine-month certificate program. I’m trying to train cooks and to understand the difference between chefs and cooks, although some students have decided to go on to school and get a degree in culinary arts. I want them to learn the basics skills of food service, know how to purchase foods, and to be able to go out and get a job...

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