Please join us for this special fundraising event and vote for the BEST BITE.
Renton Technical College
3000 NE 4th St
Renton, WA 98056
(Building I – Roberts Campus Center)
FREE – All ProStart Students, ProStart Chefs and ProStart Instructors
$10 – Chefs, Students and Public
Beer – $3.00, Wine – $4.00 and Soda – Free
All Proceeds Go to ProStart
Come out and enjoy the tastes of the season, see what creations the Apprentice cooks and Pastry cooks have created for you!
El Gaucho Bellevue
El Gaucho Seattle
Lavish Roots Catering
Seattle Golf & Country Club
Bates Technical College
Bonney Lake High School
Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Renton Technical College Culinary Arts
Renton Technical College Catering
Our Bite of the Apprenticeship will be April 10th this year and profits will benefit Prostart. We are inviting all ProStart students, chefs and instructors to come to the Bite for free. For all others coming the cost will be 10.00 per person. We will have Beer, Wine and sodas available with a nominal cost for the beer and wine.
Select the Best of the Bite – Peoples Choice, Best School and Apprentice.
The Washington State Chefs Association is hosting the Washington Restaurant Association ProStart Program. All proceeds will go to the WRA ProStart Program. The event will feature students and apprentices competing for the “Best Bite”. Taste the GREAT food and learn more about our ACF Washington State Chefs Apprenticeship Program. There are incredible dishes to taste and judge for yourself. Please come and enjoy a great dining experience and taste the apprentice’s best dishes. We will be holding a 50/50 drawing during the event so bring a few dollars for a chance to win a cash prize based on participation.
Come CELEBRATE our Apprentices and be a part of their success!
To make a reservation for this event, please pay online, by clicking the Paypal buttons below
AND then send an e-mail to Steven Schrader at email@example.com to let him know you registered. If you are a FREE ProStart Student, Chef or Instructor, please email Steven Schrader at firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know you are coming.
|Chefs, Students & Public
Welcome to the WSCA Meetings page! Join the WSCA today and start attending our monthly meetings. Each meeting includes dinner and a social/educational hour. These dinner meetings are a great chance to connect with culinary professionals of the Puget Sound region while enjoying amazing food. WSCA meetings are also a good way to learn how to earn national certification.
The Washington State Chefs Association is an educational culinary-community association and a chapter of the American Culinary Federation with contacts to:
The Restaurant Association
Chaine de Rotisseurs
The Escoffier Society and Women’s Escoffier Society
Senior and Retired Chefs
Christian Camping Cooks
Brokers – Purveyors of fine food and culinary equipment
Junior and Apprenticeship members
In an effort to provide better meetings for you, we are moving forward to reduce the number of meetings and to provide great educational opportunities to those that remain. The board meeting locations will shift to smaller restaurants to allow us to introduce the ACF/WSCA to these chefs and offer memberships to them.
If you wish to showcase your products through educational presentation or product tasting at our monthly meetings, please contact Dan Lewark.
If you’re interested in hosting a dinner / meeting (usually the 2nd Monday of the month), please contact Dan Lewark.
If you are looking for a great advertising opportunity, you might want to consider sponsoring a WSCA meeting. For more information about becoming a meeting sponsor, please contact Dan Lewark.
For Vendor Space at our meetings to showcase your products, please contact Dan Lewark.
We are looking for purveyors, growers, brokers and/or distributors who would be willing to make an educational and informational presentation to members of the Washington State Chefs’ Association at one of our monthly meetings.
Meetings are attended by area chefs, cooks, culinary students and associate members on the second Monday of the month at various locations in the Seattle metro area. A presentation should be 45 minutes to 1 hour in length and we will ask lots of questions (we will also buy you dinner).
If you would be willing to address our group of 60 or so interested culinarians, please contact Dan Lewark.