The Culinary Arts Institute of Montgomery County Community College’s Director Chef Francine Marz recently added another item to her menu of skills: radio show host.
Starting March 2, Chef Marz took to the airwaves of the College’s student-operated Internet radio station, Montco Radio, with her new interactive show, “Food for Thought.” On alternating Mondays between 5 to 6 p.m. you can check in and hear Chef Marz talk about all things food, from how to make a tasty dinner with five ingredients to what it takes to become a sous chef and more.
Since the show is interactive, anyone can call or message during the broadcast to ask questions or make comments. Call 215-619-7366, tweet questions or comments to @CAIofMC3 or message on Facebook at CAIofMC3.
To listen to the show on Montco Radio, visit the College’s website, mc3.edu, and click on the microphone icon at the bottom of the homepage screen or visit montcoradio.com. Or, simply download the Tune-In app on your mobile devices or search “Montco Radio” in Google Play for the new Android app.
For more information about the Culinary Arts Institute at Montgomery County Community College, visit mc3.edu/culinary or call 267-646-5970. The Culinary Arts program includes both associate degree and certificate programs, as well as non-credit culinary enthusiast and professional development course offerings. The 15,000-square-foot facility at 1400 Forty Foot Road, Lansdale, in Towamencin Township, is conveniently located near the Blue Route (I-476) and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The facility features four state-of-the-art kitchens and equipment, three SMART classrooms, a retail bakery café and a bistro restaurant.
~ by Diane VanDyke