CULN 102B – Introduction to Food Service, Breakfast Cookery,
and Cafeteria Service
Class hours: 1 lecture, 6 lecture/lab
Description: This course will provide an overview of the rapidly growing food service industry with the basic skills needed to enter an entry level position with an emphasis on sound work ethics and attitude required to seek employment in the food service industry. This course emphasizes high production standards, attractive service, use of proper equipment, and efficient use of time. The course also stresses food selection, proper food storage/sanitation, and recipe and product evaluations. This course introduces students to breakfast short order cooking concepts and includes instruction and practical application in the following: eggs cooked to order, omelets, pancakes, waffles, French toast, and hot cereals. Students will also be trained in offering weekly specials for cafeteria operation.