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In San Antonio, goodbye, chimichangas, and hello, charcuterie

I looked much more professional that I felt while embarking on the Latin American Boot Camp class at the Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio and its Center for Foods of the Americas.


Related Topix: San Antonio, TX, Life, Food, Recipes, Dining, Fitness, Yoga

Wed Jul 16, 2014

The Wave

An endless summer of desserts in San Clemente

Creaming butter and sugar: The butter absolutely needs to be at room temperature.


Related Topix: San Clemente, CA, Baked Goods, Life, Cookies, Dessert, Food, Recipes, Cake

Mon Jul 14, 2014

Yucatan Living

Yucatan News: Cuisine & Turbonadas

Only a decade ago, it was recognized that there was a need for organization in the Yucatan of the tens of thousands of casual beekeepers.


Related Topix: Apiculture, Science, Recipes, San Antonio, TX, Dining

Thu Jul 10, 2014

USA Today

Casual N.Y. cafe shines with future culinary stars

What's more American than apple pie? Pretty much nothing, which is why The Culinary Institute of America chose the iconic dish as the namesake of its campus cafA©.


Related Topix: Travel

Teens learn to make flambe, meringue and ganache at camp in Paramus

Instead of flipping burgers, beach bumming or Snapchatting all summer, 10 budding teenage chefs are spending their time away from school chopping onions, baking bread and learning the ins and outs of a kitchen as members of a cooking camp at Chef Central in Paramus.


Related Topix: Paramus, NJ, Baked Goods, Life, Food, Bread, Dumont, NJ, Bogota, NJ, Recipes

Tue Jul 08, 2014

Cooking with SOMA Chef Dave Shiplett | Chef comes full circle

When I was signing the lease with my landlord, Thomas Howze, at the new SOMA Creek Side this past year, I mentioned to him that directly across the street from my new restaurant was the preschool I attended.


Related Topix: SoMa (San Francisco, CA), Life, Food, Dining, Bradenton, FL, West Bradenton, FL


Lifers: Fatted Calf's Taylor Boetticher on Sourcing, Butchery, and Why You Should Be Eating Goat

Welcome to Lifers , a feature in which Eater interviews the men and women who have worked in the restaurant and bar industry for the better part of their lives, sharing their stories and more.


Related Topix: Napa, CA

Sys-Con Media

Two New Chefs Shine in the Kitchen at The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Both 10 Arts Chef Matthias Hiebsch and Pastry Chef Stephen Wilson were drawn to the culinary arts in their teens and later attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Hyde Park, NY

Mon Jul 07, 2014

Men's Journal

How to Make Ramen at Home

Ivan Orkin is perhaps the world's most unlikely creator of two small ramen shops in Tokyo, where the Japanese were bowled over by his homemade rye-flavored noodles and the bold, nuanced flavors of his ramen.


Related Topix: Manhattan, NY, New York, NY, Home Gardening, Home, Lower East Side (New York, NY), Bobby Flay, Life, Food, Chefs, Recipes

Sat Jul 05, 2014

Washington Times

Wolcott man's app shares photos with strangers

A cellphone application that sends users' photos to strangers, and in return sends random photos back, could epitomize the bane of social media: the tendency to overshare.


Related Topix: Hyde Park, NY, Instagram, iPod touch App, iPad App, iPhone and iPad App, iPhone App

Wed Jul 02, 2014

Saginaw Township teen bakes her way to full scholarship at Culinary Institute in New York

Maria Buko had seven-and-a-half hours and 10 types of breads, pastries and cookies to make.


Related Topix: Baked Goods, Life, Food, Bread, Cake, Dessert, Hyde Park, NY, Recipes, Johnson & Wales University

Sentinel & Enterprise

Stuffed peppers stay the course

Food should be fun. OK, don't get me wrong: There are plenty of serious food issues out there, too numerous to go into in this space, but when it comes to putting dinner on the table, a little levity goes a long way.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Recipes, Meat, Turducken, Holidays, Thanksgiving, Chicken

The executive chef of The River Palm Terrace, Fair Lawn, on the secret of a great-tasting steak

When he was in high school, Klever Jarama, a native of Ecuador, landed a job at a Ridgewood restaurant, now long-shuttered.


Related Topix: Fair Lawn, NJ, Ridgewood, NJ, Edgewater, NJ

Tue Jul 01, 2014

'Man Fire Food' is loving the 'Global Flavors of Texas' on Cooking Channel

On tonight's episode of " Man Fire Food ," Roger Mooking , chef, musician and lover of all things smoky and delicious, went to the Lone Star State to get some tastes of the "Global Flavors of Texas ."


Related Topix: Texas, Country, Lonestar

Fri Jun 27, 2014

Business Journal

StartOut highlights LGBT business issues in San Francisco

Carla McKay spent much of her career in the corporate world working in sales and client management, when she decided to transform her passion for wine into a business.


Related Topix: Gay/Lesbian, Boston, NY

Wed Jun 25, 2014


Dining Confidential: Kachka's Morales Hearts Happy Sparrow's Kolaches

Oregon is home to a lot of restaurants and bars, but there are tons of hidden gems that the majority of Portlanders aren't unearthing.


Related Topix: Hyde Park, NY

Tue Jun 24, 2014

Charlottesville Tomorrow

Scholarship program charts course for first-generation college students

This year's Charlottesville Scholarship Program recipients are getting more than just checks to help cover tuition.


Related Topix: Charlottesville, VA

Mon Jun 23, 2014

Madison Publishing

Mexican Corner adds another corner

The Mexican Corner, one of Whistler's most popular new restaurants, is moving to a new location in Whistler Village, just off of Skier's Plaza with a grand opening on Nov. 8. We caught up with manager Pepe Barajas to do a little Q&A on the move.


Related Topix: North America Travel, Travel, Mexico Travel, Mexico, World News

Creative Loafing Atlanta

Woodfire Grill names new executive chef

Matthew Weinstein has been named executive chef at Woodfire Grill . Weinstein, who's been helming the kitchen since chef Tyler Williams split six weeks ago, has been Woodfire's sous chef since early 2013.


Related Topix: Frederick, MD

The Wichita Eagle

Want to become a better cook? Use your ears

You expect a kitchen to be noisy. The tap-tap-tap of a knife mincing mounds of fresh herbs.


Related Topix: Baked Goods, Life, Food, Bread, Recipes, Hyde Park, NY, Health