Atlanta Journal Constitution
New cooking school Hal’s
Kitchen to open in Sandy Springs
Cyndi Sterne, Hal’s Kitchen owner.
This July, Hal’s Kitchen, a “state-of-the-art” cooking school, will open in Sandy Springs. Curious about the story behind the school, I chatted with Hal’s Kitchen owner Cyndi Sterne about her background, the decision to open Hal’s Kitchen and its location.
Though opening a cooking school wasn’t originally in her plan, Cyndi’s own cooking career began when she was 12. The summer of that year, her father worked from home while recovering from surgery. His business associates often came to the family’s home to conduct meetings while he was home-bound. Cyndi took it upon herself to prepare lunches for her father and his guests, relishing the positive feedback she earned.
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