Recipe: Jim Taylor’s Steak Diane
From area restaurants to hotels and even country clubs, many of Central Ohio’s best and brightest chefs can thank the strength of Columbus State Community College’s Culinary Apprenticeship, one of five majors offered as part of CSCC’s Hospitality Management department. For nearly three decades, graduates of the program have trained under Jim Taylor, program chair and the American Culinary Federation’s 2016 Hermann G. Rusch Chef’s Achievement Award winner.
Taylor’s impact continues to grow with two new initiatives in the works. Beginning in fall 2017, CSCC will add a Culinary Arts Certificate Program, followed by the groundbreaking of a new facility—a three-story building that will unite the School of Hospitality Management’s classrooms, labs, offices, conference rooms and student-run restaurant. With the goal of opening by fall 2019, the new structure will offer more opportunities for the public to experience the culinary prowess of Taylor, his team and their students.
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