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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

5 Perfect Gifts for the Chef in Your Life

Aug 25, 2014

Is there a person in your life who loves to cook? Whether it’s your mom, dad, brother, sister or significant other, there are certain tools serious chefs need to cook their best. Below, you’ll find a list of five must-have items for the chef in your life. We’ve included an option in every price range, … Read More

The Art of Grilling Vegetables

Jun 10, 2014

For a lot of people, summertime means cooking outside. Aside from enjoying time outside with family and friends, grilling also gives you the added advantage of imparting flavor to whatever you’re cooking. Whether you prefer cooking on gas or over live coals, there are thousands of recipes for grilling meat and fish. There aren’t as … Read More

Take advantage of local, fresh ingredients when planning meals this summer

With all the activities of summer, getting the family together even one night of the week can be a challenge. But planning summer meals doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, it can be delicious. All you need is a plan, some organization, some recipes and a sense of adventure. Planning your meals saves time … Read More

Christmas Dinner for Beginners

Dec 20, 2013

Christmas is just around the corner. In just a few days, it’ll be time to unwrap presents, rehash old stories with friends and family, put on your favorite Christmas album and, most importantly, prepare yourself for a delightful Christmas feast. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or it’s your first year hosting, the steps below can … Read More

Creative Cranberry Recipes

Nov 22, 2013

Cranberries are a traditional part of any holiday spread, and with good reason. Harvested from mid-September to mid-November in North America, these tart, tangy berries add a beautiful color and fresh, invigorating flavor to an early winter meal. Still, sometimes it’s tough to think beyond the traditional cranberry sauce – even though that’s where the … Read More

Clean Out the Fridge With These Delicious Dishes

Nov 15, 2013

You might not realize just how full your “empty” fridge and cabinets really are. With a few base ingredients, you can make a variety of delectable meals with just the components you already have on hand. Got eggs? Get creative with your omelets! Fill them with any combination of sautéed veggies, diced or shredded leftover … Read More

An Apple A Day….

Oct 24, 2013

We all know the old saying that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Unfortunately, the average apple gets tiring after a while. Here are 7 fun ways that you can feed the ones you care about, as well as yourself, an apple a day through the comforting form of a delicious pastry. Monday … Read More

Culinary Arts GRADUATE SUCCESS STORY – Bryan Fetzer

Sep 4, 2013

Chef Bryan Fetzer graduated from the Institute of Technology's Culinary Arts Professional program in January of 2011. He has always had an interest in the culinary arts, and worked in restaurants in multiple capacities throughout high school. After high school Bryan tried various occupations that allowed him to express his creative side, primarily in graphic … Read More