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SCCC students prepare, sell specialized meats

Third-year culinary student Ian Wilde, 22, mixes lamb with spices to prepare it for the grinder during his garde manger class at Schenectady County Community College.
Third-year culinary student Ian Wilde, 22, mixes lamb with spices to prepare it for the grinder during his garde manger class at Schenectady County Community College.
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Melissa Doney can bring home the bacon just about every day. As one of the culinary instructors teaching the advanced garde manger course at Schenectady County Community College, Doney is into brining, curing and smoking meats. The products her students prepare — sausage, pasta and steaks among them — are now for sale at a small college store called The Boucherie. The store in Elston Hall opened to the public last month. “We are going ...


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Santino
March 7, 2012
8:48 a.m.

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I'll assume that they are collecting any required sales taxes, and that they also have any and all permits required by the State Health Department.

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