CIM restaurant, Courses, lets students practice their culinary skills

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At the Culinary Institute of Michigan, the school does more than train future chefs, bakers, and restaurant owners.

CIM has a full service restaurant called Courses, where customers can get a three course meal and so much more. The coolest part is customers can watch CIM students prepare their meals on a television screen.

Through Courses, the culinary students are able to practice their skills and prepare for their practical exams.

Todd went to visit the restaurant and talked to head instructor Mickey Johnson to explain how students work in the restaurant.

For more information or to schedule a visit to the Culinary Institute of Michigan, schedule an appointment online.

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