Culinary Student hosts cooking demonstration of local Pittsburgh Legend’s recipe

As part of the African American History month celebration, a student from the culinary arts department performed a cooking demonstration. The recipe, provided below, was for Salmon Croquettes and was obtained from a cookbook by a local Pittsburgh legend Robert "Dr. Bob" McCall. Related to Chef Keith, a culinary arts instructor for Manchester Bidwell's Pittsburgh center, Dr. Bob was a local entrepreneur and Chef to the stars before his passing at age 78. Known for his soul food cooking at his restaurant downtown in Pittsburgh, Dr. Bob spent much of his adult life giving back to the community through partnerships with local nonprofits and his charitable donations. He is immortalized in the recipes he passed down in his cookbook "Dr. Bob's Down Home Cooking...With a Touch of Class". A video of the cooking demonstration and a song about his life can be found below.

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