Basic Tomato Sauce

September 15, 2012 4 Comments
Basic Tomato Sauce

A Simple Tomato Sauce Recipe One of the most important items I have on hand at all times is my Basic Tomato Sauce. Sometimes called Salsa Di Pomodoro but more often called “Italian Gravy” by my Italian friends, this sauce is the start of many great recipes. Once a month, usually on a Sunday, I […]

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Culinary Books To Read

September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Culinary Books To Read

Must Reading If You Are Thinking of Going to Culinary School If you ever thought about going to culinary school or enroll in a hotel management program, I highly recommend you read as much as you possible can about becoming a chef, what to expect in culinary school, what it’s like working in a restaurant […]

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Protecting Your Culinary Arts Education Investment

September 14, 2012 3 Comments
Protecting Your Culinary Arts Education Investment

How To Protect Your Culinary School Education Culinary school is notoriously expensive. Whether you are considering a degree program with an internationally recognized culinary training institution or a diploma program with a local trade school, the cost can reach as high as $30,000 per year – and that’s just for tuition! When you add on […]

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Culinary Scholarships – Culinary Grants

September 14, 2012
Culinary Scholarships – Culinary Grants

Culinary Grants and Scholarships and the organizations that award them. I  have a list of organizations that offer scholarships, grants and financial aid to students thinking of attending culinary school.  If you are thinking of attending culinary school, baking/pastry school or a hospitality management school and looking for financial aid information, I recommend you check […]

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Culinary Management Schools

September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Culinary Management Schools

Restaurant and Culinary Management Career – A Recipe for Success A career in Restaurant and Culinary Management combines the best of business leadership with the bustling pace of the culinary world. Ideal for those with a love of food but a desire to move beyond the kitchen, as well as those who want to navigate […]

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The Culinary Hall of Fame

September 14, 2012
The Culinary Hall of Fame

  New Web Site “Honoring All Things Culinary” My friend, Chef David Nelson, just announced the opening of their new web site, Culinary Hall of Fame to showcase culinary web sites, products, services and skills. As a visitor, you will be able to express your opinion daily by voting and writing comments for your favorite […]

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Turkey Gravy Recipe

September 14, 2012 1 Comment
Turkey Gravy Recipe

Turkey Gravy in a Hurry Need a fast but delicious turkey gravy recipe…. Who says you have to roast a turkey to have turkey gravy? Maybe you just want some turkey gravy for leftovers or for turkey open faced sandwiches. Here’s a recipe that that’s quick and easy and should do the job. Now if […]

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Valentines Day Great Gifts Ideas

September 14, 2012
Valentines Day Great Gifts Ideas

Dan’s Chocolates – If you are looking for a great selection of chocolates in interesting array gift boxes, check out these guys. Right now they are offering 2-Day Air Only for $4.99 and 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. What’s really cool and I plan to try is a Personalized Box of Chocolates with my girls photo on […]

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Individual Pizza

September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Individual Pizza

Uncle Walt’s Pizza This recipe comes to me from my Uncle Walt who is no longer with us but his memory is.  I’ve always known my Uncle for his ability to use his hands. He has that natural ability to build or fix everything and anything. When I heard from my dad that he had […]

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Winter Squash Varieties

September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Winter Squash Varieties

Talk about an early American health food Squash was introduced to the colonists by our native Indians when they first arrived in America. In fact, there is evidence that squash was eaten in South America more than 2,000 years ago. The English name for squash comes from the Narragansett Indian word askutasquash, which means green-raw-unripe, […]

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