Tuesday May 14
How Italy and her then-impending marriage brought Roslyn Zecchini to restaurants
Three months of working in some of Italy's finest restaurants helped convince Roslyn Zecchini, one of this year's Forty Under 40s, to pursue her passion for cooking.
Tuesday May 14
For blueberry council, foodservice completes circle
The U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council has invested heavily in expanding the foodservice use of blueberries, council spokeswoman Kathy Blake says.
Tuesday May 14
Culinary Institute grant to aid Food, Beverage Alliance
A federal economic development grant worth $3.4 million aims to help Hudson Valley farmers recover from recent devastating storms, prepare for future ones and develop new business opportunities.
Mon May 13, 2013
Daniel Harrison Dumont Appointed as Executive Chef for the 273-key Taj Boston in Massachusetts
Taj Boston, the landmark hotel at Arlington and Newbury streets overlooking the Public Garden, has named Daniel Harrison Dumont as Executive Chef.
Fri May 10, 2013
TV chef Maneet Chauhan plans Denver appearances at TAG and Savory Spice
Maneet Chauhan , "Iron Chef" competitor and "Chopped" judge, comes to Denver Monday, May 13, to cook with Troy Guard at TAG and sign books at Savory Spice .
Thu May 09, 2013
Get Grilling At Summer Barbecue Boot Camps
Outdoor barbecues and summer go hand in hand, but despite how simple it looks, grilling out isn't the easiest of cooking methods.
Wed May 08, 2013
Seed a budding success: Restaurant brings midtown experience to east Cobb
Seed Kitchen & Bar, owned by Doug Turbush, in east Cobb features locally sourced food in a midtown dining atmosphere.
Attleboro High Seniors Honored
The Attleboro School Committee honored several Attleboro High School Monday for their academic achievements and "stories of success." "We have some very special people here," Committee Chair Mike Tyler said.
Tue May 07, 2013
'Iron Chef' star Maneet Chauhan publishes cookbook
Born in Punjab, the 37-year-old chef grew up in a small town called Ranchi. Surrounded by aspiring engineers and doctors, she only wanted to cook.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Asheville Citizen-Times
John Fleer to open downtown Asheville restaurant
John Fleer, formerly of Blackberry Farm in Tennessee and current executive chef of Canyon Kitchen in Cashiers, N.C., will open a restaurant in downtown Asheville this fall.
Sun May 05, 2013
Thu May 02, 2013
Omni Hotelsa New Bocaditos Menu Features Authentic, Regional Mexican Cuisine
Guests Benefit When Omni Chefs Compete to Create the Most Delicious Salsas and Antojitos for National Bar and Lounge Program menu , which spotlights the best of the salsas and antojitos created during an intensive Latin Cuisine chef training held at The Culinary Institute of America's San Antonio campus.
David Codney has been appointed Executive Chef at The Peninsula...
Offer Nissenbaum, Managing Director of The Peninsula Beverly Hills, has announced the appointment of David Codney as Executive Chef.
Wed May 01, 2013
BAHS announces college acceptances
Members of the Belfast Area High School class of 2013 have been accepted to the following colleges and programs: Albright, Beal, Boston University, Brandeis, Burlington County Community College, Central Texas College, The Citadel, Colby Sawyer College, Culinary Institute of America, Dalhousie University, Drexel, Eastern Maine Community College, ... (more)
James Beard Foundation & Benchmark Hospitality Announce Applications...
Applications for the 2013 Bob Zappatelli Culinary Arts Scholarship are now open to culinary students globally with demonstrated need, announced Benchmark Hospitality International and the The James Beard Foundation in New York City.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
The Culinary Institute of America's Seventh Annual Augie Awards...
Augie recipients exemplify a tradition of innovation and leadership. Augies were presented to four individuals who exemplify, in spirit and deed, the CIA's four core value pillars: . Throughout the program, videos by CIA students and the honorees and a presentation from CIA President Dr.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Higher education's influence in the mid-Hudson Valley
This video is one of several shot at colleges throughout the mid-Hudson Valley that focuses on the importance of higher education and the institutions' role in the local communities.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
What they don't teach in cooking school
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Cooking show helps create seasoned technicians
Above, Aaron Kilgus, left, a Brandywine Heights junior, and Chris Luttrell, director and Wilson senior, monitor a live streaming of a cooking demonstration at Berks Career and Technology Center in Bern Township.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Students learn about college
During April vacation, 14 Oceanside High School juniors and three adult mentors boarded the Trekkers bus for a 10-day exploration of colleges and universities.