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No Bachelor No Problem
Career path takes Penta grad from classroom to kitchen & back
Written by Tammy Walro   
Friday, 11 December 2009 11:20

These days, there is no shortage of culinary stars on TV  to inspire aspiring young

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As a child growing up in Walbridge,
Janea Makowski, enjoyed watching
her parents prepare family meals.
After studying culinary arts in high
school at Penta, she trained at the
Culinary Institute of America in Hyde
Park, NY and worked as a chef. This
year she returned to Penta as a
culinary arts teacher. (Press photo
by Ken Grosjean)

chefs –  think Emeril Lagasse, Bobby Flay and Rachel Ray, to name a few.
 
Before them, the likes of Graham Kerr (the Galloping Gourmet), Jacques Pépin and Julia Child guided home cooks step by step through tantalizing recipes.
 
As a child growing up in Walbridge, Janea Makowski, now 27, found inspiration watching her parents in the kitchen preparing family meals.
 
“My mom was kind of a baker, and my dad made more of the entrees – that kind of thing,” she said. “I liked watching them and cooking with them.”

 
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