The Sesnon House is also the home of the Cabrillo College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Program. The Culinary Arts and Hospitality program provides the student with various degrees of culinary food preparation and service training.
In 1858, Benjamin and Kate Porter purchased the beautiful ocean view property where the Sesnon House is located. The Porter's only child, Mary, married William T. Sesnon of San Francisco and the couple built their elegant summer home, which they named Pino Alto in 1911. One of the architects from the San Francisco firm who designed the home described the design as "Californian" because of the integration of Moorish, Mission, and American styles.
Advanced students perform all food preparation and catering services under the guidance of Culinary Arts instructors with over 20 years of gourmet food experience as well as numerous degrees including Le Cordon Bleu in Paris.
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