Correspondent Claire Gibson gives us the inside scoop on tastemaker Miranda Whitcomb Pontes’ latest eatery, Josephine.
Dairy Inspires New Culinary Trends for 2019
“Don’t let the familiarity of dairy or the success of plant milks obscure the opportunities in this marketplace, given the culinary heritage, indulgence factor, usage rates, and consumer appeal that makes dairy the cream on top for many different applications, from elevated favorites to imported novelties,” says David Sprinkle, research director for Packaged Facts.
Discover Oceania Cruises' NEW Culinary Voyages!
*Fares are subject to increase on 7/1/15. All fares are per person in U.S. dollars, valid for residents of United States and Canada, based on double occupancy (unless otherwise noted), for new bookings only and may be withdrawn at any time. 50% Off Deposits apply to voyages that are not within final payment and do not include voyages starting with Regatta, November 4, 2015; Insignia, January 4, 2016; Nautica, October 25, 2015; Marina, November 3, 2015; and Riviera, December 2, 2015. For Your…
New Culinary Trends: The Cutting Edge of Food
Are you always trying to stay on the cutting edge of food trends in the culinary arts? If you’re always cooking up something new, a degree in culinary arts could help you on your journey.
What’s blowing in Chicago’s new culinary wind
The country’s Second City has been churning out culinary stars — Michelin and otherwise — for the last decade. But over the last few years, Chicago’s Fulton Market enclave — a former food-distribut…
Cuban chefs visit Miami to learn new culinary tricks
Chefs from Cuba visit some of Miami's best restaurants to hone their skills, as relations between the two countries slowly warm. Sean Carberry reports.
Holland America Line Adds 20 New Culinary Tours
Get a taste of Kentucky's new culinary trail by eating your way through state parks
The Better in the Bluegrass culinary tourism initiative features nine signature meals at Kentucky State Parks available through October.
New Culinary Techniques and Trends Each Future Culinary Arts Student Needs to Know
Interested in the world of culinary arts? It's a face-paced place where things change like fads and you have to keep up to keep customers interest. Here's more on what to expect in the coming year in the culinary world!
Take a look inside New Orleans' new culinary school, see why famous chefs support it
The New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute, a school aimed at forging new paths in the restaurant business, is about to start its own journey.
What to look for in a culinary blender
A drink blender can handle daiquiris, but professional chefs trust commercial-quality culinary blenders for everything else in the kitchen, from soup to salsa. Here's what to look for in a culinary blender.
8 culinary-arts integration lessons
Learn about the joy, engagement and retention of cross-curricular culinary-arts integration.
The Ultimate Pittsburgh Culinary Experience for Two
Foodie Weekend in Pittsburgh + Free Registration to 2019 Convening Leaders Sweepstakes Our incredible 2019 PCMA Convening Leaders hosts at Visit Pittsburgh have put together The Ultimate Pittsburgh Culinary Experience for Two to give away 2 night stay One-on-one experience with a celebrated Pittsburgh Chef Kevin Sousa of Superior Motors, named one of the World’s Greatest Places 2018 by TIME magazine Breakfast at Pamela’s Diner, a…
New London native earns top culinary honor
Laura Johnson-Lachowecki was named the nation’s Pastry Chef of the Year.
10 Valuable Lessons I Learned in Culinary School
Hey everyone! My name is Payton Spear and I am a student here at The Culinary Institute of America. In my time on campus, I’ve made a lot of memories and
What Is the American Culinary Federation?
The American Culinary Federation (ACF) is a professional chef organization in the U.S. which promotes excellence, professionalism, leadership, and collaboration.
10 Awesome Accidental Discoveries
Bluegrass Meets Heavy Metal
I knew Stash Wyslouch from a terrific bluegrass band called the Deadly Gentlemen, which disbanded about a year ago, so I was expecting an evening of bluegrass. What I saw was bluegrass meets acoustic heavy metal. One of the only music genres I dislike is heavy metal. I am not sure that Wyslouch changed my opinion, but I enjoyed his blend of the two disparate styles.
Why Curling Is Legitimately Awesome
With the Winter Olympics a mere 100 days away, it's time to jump-start your crippling case of SOCHI FEVER by appreciating the sport of stone sliding.
Broadband Mapping Partners Target July For Proof of Concept
UPDATE The industry-led effort to better map where broadband is available and where it doesn’t exist, is making progress. In a webinar Thursday, USTelecom VP Policy & Advocacy Mike Saperstein said the biggest problem with the current Form 477 data the FCC is using, is it was not designed for the targeted broadband mapping that’s …