Tuesday Mar 4
Local teen Kate Proudy to try out for Food Network competition
Kate Proudy's fascination with food preparation likely began in a tomato box. The teenager recalls as a preschooler sitting in an empty tomato crate, while watching her father, veteran local chef Paul Proudy, at work.
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Wed Feb 26, 2014
Longtime culinary instructor retires to houseboat in Fulton
Buy at photos.djournal.com Chef Don Carlson has made a houseboat at Midway Marina his home after retiring from his job as a culinary instructor at Northern Arizona University last June.
Salut Edina's new head chef brings fresh flavors to the table
It appears as though there's been a bit of a shakeup over at Edina's premiere French restaurant, Salut .
No kitchen is too a Cutthroata for chef Eric Shelton
Food is a lot more than sustenance for Eric Shelton. It's a non-stop career filled with passion, creativity, competition and risk-taking.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Student chefs prepare to 'Fire it Up'
County food lovers will soon have the opportunity to enjoy all the excitement of an "Iron Chef" or "Chopped" episode, though without Ted Allen's annoying catch phrases.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
The Miami Herald
Which is better, fresh meat or frozen?
"Better" is tough to define. Jerry Lanuzza, the interim dean of culinary education at Johnson & Wales University in Charlotte, is a purchasing expert, so I asked him.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Herald Star Online
Four are honored at Pathfinders assembly
Lester Hicks was unable to attend the 2014 Pathfinders assembly Friday at Steubenville High School so he asked his friend Nate Freeman Sr. to accept the award for him.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
The Summit Daily News
Breckenridge Town Council race fields three more candidates
The Breckenridge Town Council has three of seven seats to fill in the election that will take place April 1. Two candidates, Erin Gigliello and Eric Buck, have already announced their intention to run , and now three more have thrown their hats into the ring.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Culinary historian shares insights on White House cuisine
If the walls of the White House kitchens could talk, they'd probably reveal some fascinating secrets about our presidents and their eating habits.
The Miami Herald
Johnson & Wales chefs compete for chance to cook at Deering Seafood Festival
Tickets can be purchased at www.deeringseafoodfestival.org. Adults are $15 in advance, $25 day of the event; children ages 4-14 are $5; Admission is free for foundation members.
Mary Ann Esposito, host of the longest-running cooking show on public television, travels around the United States and Rome, Italy in search of recipes that can be prepared in thirty-minutes or less for a busy audience that has time to enjoy great Italian food but doesn' t always have time to prepare it "the old way."
Sat Feb 15, 2014
The Hartford Courant
A Soup Kitchen That Gets Five Stars
"It's like going to a five-star restaurant," said Joseph Scott, a 34-year-old laid-off construction worker, who started off with a cup of coffee and a piece of pizza as an appetizer one recent day before going for the main course: chicken and ribs.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Pat Rodgers to receive Charlotte Center City Partners' Vision Award
The Vision Awards recognize contributions of individuals, businesses and organizations that have made the center city a more vibrant urban core.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Miami New Times
JWU Zest Award Nominees Announced: Vote for Short Order
Nominees have just been announced for the third annual Johnson & Wales University's Zest Awards, which honor leaders in South Florida's culinary arts scene.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Ask a cook: Which is better, fresh meat or frozen?
A: "Better" is tough to define. Jerry Lanuzza, the interim dean of culinary education at Johnson & Wales University in Charlotte, is a purchasing expert, so I asked him.
Thu Feb 06, 2014
Foster's Daily Democrat
Carlsons make deansa lists
A local brother and sister have made the deans' lists at the universities they're attending.