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The International Centre for Culinary Arts, Dubai

It took me a while to learn the difference between cook and chef. A cook does wonders in the kitchen, without formal training of techniques and cuisines. A chef does wonders in the kitchen, with formal training of techniques and cuisines. I never rea...
by Kitchen Butterfly on Dec 30, 2014

Food Steaming & 3 Of Its Best Perks

There are many healthful ways to prepare food and amongst them is the process known as steaming. Seen as a method that is able to be done via hot liquid, steaming is versatile in terms of the foods that it can prepare. Everything from solid vegetable...
by Health Tips And Tricks on Jul 31, 2014

Mabuhay Palace Chinese Feast at The Maya Kitchen

On July 27, Saturday, 9am-1pm, The Maya Kitchen presents the chefs of Manila Hotel’s Mabuhay Palace who will prepare a sumptuous spread of Chinese cuisine.Executive Chinese Chef Sun Bing and Chinese Operations Manager/Executive Chinese Sous Chef Jo...
by I Live to Eat! on Jul 23, 2013

The Maya Kitchen Presents ‘Heritage Recipes of the Reyes Girls’

On June 29, Saturday, 9am-1pm, The Maya Kitchen presents the women of the Reyes culinary clan in a cooking demo showcasing dishes with Tagalog and Pampango influences, all slow cooked and worth passing on down to the next generation.Well known chef,...
by I Live to Eat! on Jun 14, 2013

Thanksgiving 101 at the Maya Kitchen

It really is true that we keep on nurturing our minds and discover new knowledge. It's been quite a long time since I last stepped out of the University, but last Saturday, I found myself back in the classroom - this time to attend a culinary class a...
by I Live to Eat! on Oct 1, 2012

Center for Culinary Arts Unveils Its New Facilities

Recently, the Center for Culinary Arts, one of the top culinary schools in the Philippines, unveiled four of its newest facilities. I was very fortunate to have been invited to this event along with representatives from the media, members of the culi...

Center for Culinary Arts Unveils Its New Facilities

Recently, the Center for Culinary Arts, one of the top culinary schools in the Philippines, unveiled four of its newest facilities. I was very fortunate to have been invited to this event along with representatives from the media, members of the culi...

Grand Culinary Challenge 3 Kicks Off at Intramuros This September

The most promising students from the top culinary schools in the Philippines go face to face once again at the  3rd Grand Culinary Challenge. Hailed as the toughest collegiate culinary arts... [Visit my blog to read more about this post]...

5 Cooking Classes around the Globe with Unique Approaches

If you have the passion for cooking and have attended cooking classes on the road, there is that different feeling of being a local and enjoying the access to all the best local ingredients. The... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by Travel on Apr 11, 2012

10 Best Culinary Schools

Article by Bimol The instructors of these schools know exactly how to run culinary process properly. They have professional knowledge concerning the recipes and food preparation. In top rated culinary schools students learn not only how to prepare de...
by forculinary on Mar 26, 2012

Culinary Schools

Article by Michael Bustamante Culinary Schools train students in the culinary arts of cooking and baking; identifying fruits, vegetables, and meats; determining freshness; creating new recipes; and preparing sauces, entrees, soups, appetizers, desser...
by forculinary on Mar 20, 2012

Culinary arts schools in Tennesse

Article by Carmen Irwin Ohio is amongst the major locations in the United Says which have their own foods specialties. According to some accounts, wheat, hammer toe, lettuce and don’t forget the onions are some of the primary ingredients employ...
by forculinary on Feb 27, 2012


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