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Taking a look back at Summer 2019

Take a look back at our 2019 Teen Ambassadors’ journey from Pittsburgh to Washington DC. Thank you to all of our sponsors and supporters for making this program possible and a special THANK YOU to all of our 2019 campers

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2019 Teen Chef in his own Words

bu Duncan Dockstader, 2019 Camp Delicious! Teen Camp Delicious is an amazing camp that has made me want to come back every year. During the camp, you are exposed to new food styles, new recipes, and new tastes that you

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Taste Your Way Around the World with Camp Delicious! Director Roger Levine

Camp Delicious - taste your way around the world

  Budding chefs will whip up mouth-watering creations under the guidance of some of Pittsburgh’s top-rated chefs at Camp Delicious! Food nutrition and sustainability, and learning how to farm are also part of this year’s ambitious curriculum. We sat down

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Adventures in Cooking

by Jeremy Zimmer, Sous Chef, 2018 Camp Delicious! It all started with a phone call and ended in a great adventure. A few months have passed since our cooking camp journey came to a close, and Sarah Huffman and I

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Chef Cassie’s Panzanella Salad

Dressing:   1/4 cup champagne vinegar 2 T fresh squeezed lemon juice  2 cloves garlic minced  2 T sugar  1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil S&P to taste  In a small bowl, mix together vinegar, sugar, garlic and lemon juice. Slowly

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Meet the New Brigade de Cuisine of “Camp Delicious!”

by Ilene Hurwitz Schwartz, Director of Operations “We have a feeling this is going to be delicious!” – Ronny Cammareri (Nicholas Cage) in the movie Moonstruck! As Camp Delicious prepares for its 5th Anniversary Year serving up heaping platefuls of

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Camp Delicious! Leads Teen to a Sweet New Opportunity

By Pilar Brown, LUMOS! Editor, and Luminari team member For many teenagers just entering their freshman year of high school, deciding on a career path may seem like a distant four- to eight years away. Not so for Megan Miele,

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