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David Goldberg

Asst Professor

Tourism & Hospitality


Chef Goldberg has led a life tied to food and education. He first studied Organic Agriculture; entered restaurants upholding that food-centric approach; and then went into education after close to 20 years in New York City restaurants. He has been an educator for over 15 years, first as a chef instructor, and then as an English instructor. He is very happy to return to the kitchen classrooms of Kingsborough.


Baking and Pastry (CA 01100)

Patisserie (CA 01200)

Event Catering Management (TAH 04300)

Food and Beverage Cost Control (CA 05000)

Culinary Arts I: Skills (CA 00100)


The City College of New York, New York, NY Master's Degree in Language and Literacy                                              

The City College of New York, New York, NY Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts

College Teaching

The City College of New York, adjunct as chef instructor and instructor of World Humanities

The Art Institute of New York, chef instructor in the Culinary Arts program, and instructor in the Language Arts and Science Department.

Selected Publications and/or Other Resources

TYCA Southeast Journal, Vol. 42, Num. 1
City at the Center, 2008

Research Interests

Farm to Table movement,

Language and Literacy

Awards Recognition, Distinctions and Grants

Societe Culinaire Philanthropique at The International Hotel, Motel Restaurant Show, (IHMRS) Javits Center.            

Individual Gold and Medal of Honor from the French Government for the best piece at the salon. Tallow Sculpture, category B3. Three dimensional sculpted rendering of Botticelli's Birth of Venus.

Institutional Affiliations / Professional Societies

National Council of Teachers of English

Two-Year College English Association

Personal Interests

Farming, gardening, education