Columbia Culinary Society

Columbia pays us to eat


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Welcome to the Columbia Culinary Society! Dedicated to the arts of Food, Drink, and the Good Life, the society was founded in the fall of 1998 in order to espouse awareness and campus-wide appreciation of the culinary arts. We strive to educate and enhance the quality of student life through social opportunities, volunteer work, educational forums, and collaborations with other student groups and off-campus organizations.

In the past, we’ve held tastings that have included cheese, chocolate, tea, cake, and soup as well as group demonstrations that have ranged from making tarts to braising meats. We offer regular cooking classes that all Columbia students are welcome to attend and organize dining trips to some of New York’s finest restaurants. If you’re interested in catering opportunities or co-sponsoring an event with us, feel free to contact our co-presidents, Claire Bullen (cmb2170 at columbia dot edu) and Matt Powell (rmp2145 at columbia dot edu)! Stay informed by joining our mailing list by clicking here.


Written by cuculinary

May 31, 2009 at 9:53 pm

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  1. Hello my name is Camille McCallister and I am a visiting student who is interested in the culinary arts. How can I join your organization? Thank you

    Camille McCallister

    January 15, 2010 at 7:22 pm

  2. hello my name is Leialani Escalanti and i am currently a high school student searching for a College/university that offers an education in the Culinary Arts. Is your program the same as going to a Culinary School/institute?


    November 26, 2010 at 4:17 pm

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