Military meets culinary in kitchen faceoff

Military meets culinary in kitchen faceoff

West Point and The Culinary Institute of America students meet up for a culinary competition, and learn they have a lot more in common than the location of their schools.

Two Hudson River Valley neighbors; two very different missions.

One produces our nation’s future military leaders, and the other is producing our future chefs.

And yet cadets at West Point and students at The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) found common ground in a unique exchange program and culinary competition that challenged their execution, leadership and teamwork—skills that are required to command a military exercise or a busy kitchen. 

“When I des

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