Culinary Schools

Joyce Farms Culinary Arts Scholarship

Joyce Farms Culinary Arts Scholarship

Joyce Farms Announces New Culinary Arts Scholarship We thought you would be interested in a new $1,000 culinary scholarship being offered by Joyce Farms, a specialty producer of heritage meats and grass feed beef. Joyce Farms is located in Winston Salem and has been family owned since 1962 with a reputation on providing the culinary […]

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Plating, Presentation, and Food Carving

Plating, Presentation, and Food Carving

Why Food Presentation Is So Important One of the most fun things you’ll learn in culinary school is plating and presentation. Your food’s appearance is as much a part of the culinary experience as taste. Being able to make appealing, colorful dishes that entices the eyes as well as the palate is a hallmark of […]

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The Importance of Culinary School

The Importance of Culinary School

Anthony Bourdain’s Thoughts On Culinary School If you are a fan of Anthony Bourdain, celebrity chef, author and now television personality and are thinking of going to culinary or baking school, you may want to take a moment and watch this video. I first learned about Chef Bourdain when I read his 2000 hit book, […]

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Interview with Culinary Student Ken

Interview with Culinary Student Ken

An Informative Interview with a Culinary Student Born and raised in Maui, Hawaii, Ken has always enjoyed cooking. Growing up in a family of home cooks, he learned culinary skills from an early age. After leaving the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Ken went on to fulfill his dream of becoming a dancer. After working […]

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Natural Foods Culinary Schools

Natural Foods Culinary Schools

How Do I Find a Culinary School for Natural Foods? Specialty cuisine has always been a huge part of the culinary world, both at the training level and at the dining level. From classic French cuisine to street food, there is quite a bit of work within specific industries, and the more trained you are […]

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Visiting Chefs at Culinary School

Visiting Chefs at Culinary School

Why Guest Speakers and Visiting Chefs Are a Great Idea For Culinary Schools Good culinary schools are the ones that offer a variety of learning formats. No two students learn exactly the same way, and a program course load that combines lectures, hands-on skills development, online courses, and internships is the most ideal way to […]

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The New USDA Food Pyramid

The New USDA Food Pyramid

What Does the New USDA Food Pyramid Mean to Culinary Students In June of 2011, the USDA got rid of the familiar “food pyramid” used to instruct families and kids on the best types of foods to eat and replaced it with a “food plate.” At its core, the information contained in both food charts […]

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Culinary Careers in the Military

Culinary Careers in the Military

Are There Culinary Careers Available in the Military? If you have been considering culinary school but aren’t sure if you’re ready to take on the tuition costs or student loan debt, you may have heard about culinary careers in the military. More than one million meals are made in military kitchens every day, feeding thousands […]

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The Street Food Phenomenon

The Street Food Phenomenon

Become Part of the New & Exciting World of Street Food Most people associate culinary school with haute cuisine—the food you find served in five star restaurants, with several courses laid out on the table, exquisite sauces, and wine pairings that come with a hefty price tag. The general consensus is: the higher your education, […]

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More Culinary Adventures with TinFoilDuck- High End Cooking

More Culinary Adventures with TinFoilDuck- High End Cooking

Culinary Student Ken, aka- TinFoilDuck, is back. He is very excited to tell us about his first week cooking at his school’s high end restaurant, Leis’ Family Class Act. Here is what he had to say about his first week in the back kitchen…

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