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America’s Top 22 Culinary Schools

Sep 13, 2016
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Recipe for the Perfect Culinary Portfolio

Sep 25, 2015

A cooking portfolio is one of the important tools you need to have in your culinary kit, just like a resume. The employment market has changed, chefs who are looking for work nowadays need a bit more in their arsenal to wow restaurant owners and show potential employers what they have to offer in the … Read More

Spicy Pineapple Chicken Kabobs

Sep 18, 2015

Do you have a fantasy of becoming the next top chef? The path to achieving your dream is clear- a career in the culinary arts is open to all. Stand beside the likes of Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay. The truly talented can make their own niche in the culinary world. Master new recipes and … Read More

Patriot Day Recipe: American Flag Cheesecake Bars

Sep 11, 2015

September 11 has been commemorated with an annual holiday to remember those who lost their lives on this day in 2001. To honor these noble heroes, we bring you a recipe for American flag cheesecake bars that are not only delicious but also display your patriotism. At the Institute of Technology, you can learn to … Read More

Frozen Sweet Treats for Summer

Jul 30, 2015

Since 1984, America has been celebrating its favorite frozen dessert every July with National Ice Cream Month. At the IOT Culinary Arts program, we love this creamy treat served every which way whether it is floating in a bowl, scooped into a waffle cone or perched atop chocolate cake. Of the more than 1,000 ice … Read More

Quick and Easy Summer Picnic Ideas

May 27, 2015

Summer is a time for parades, personal observation and picnics. While a picnic is fun, they can be a lot of work if not planned carefully. If you want to plan a picnic that does not take all week to prepare, here are four simple food suggestions for your upcoming celebration. Skewer it Skewers are … Read More

How to Stand Out: Interviewing for a Culinary Position

Mar 2, 2015

Interviewing for a job in the culinary field is a bit different than interviewing for a job at, say, a bank or corporate office. Although some of the same rules apply, there are key differences to consider if you’re going to ace your next interview. Keep reading to see our top interview tips for culinary … Read More

7 Super Easy Super Bowl Party Foods

Jan 26, 2015

Not everyone likes football, but most of us welcome another opportunity to hang out with friends and eat good food. If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party this year, or even just bringing a dish over to a friend’s house, these super easy Super Bowl party foods are sure to be a hit.   Spicy … Read More

5 Super Foods You Should Know About

Jan 19, 2015

An unhealthy diet can cause you to feel tired, weak or under the weather. And while it’s difficult to change your eating habits overnight, these five super foods can help put you on the right track. Just remember, even the healthiest foods should be consumed in moderation.  A well-balanced diet is still the best approach. … Read More

Fresh Take on a Classic Thanksgiving Recipe – Green Bean Casserole

Nov 3, 2014

Are you looking for a way to spice up this traditional Thanksgiving favorite and surprise your family and friends with something new? Make sure you get out the biggest serving dish you can find. This delicious, easy-to-make recipe will have you and everyone else at your table clamoring for more. Better Cheddar Green Bean Casserole … Read More