Denver Public Schools is getting back to basics with culinary classes for its staff.
This past July, 120 nutrition services staffers from the Denver Public Schools (DPS) did what would have been considered laughably redundant a generation or so ago. They were learning to cook. The group, the first in a planned three-year program that will eventually put all 500-plus DPS nutrition staffers through the same training, rotated through a set of classes on topics ranging from knife skills and baking to cold prep (for the planned school salad bars) and scratch cooking of dishes ...
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