There is a common misconception that feta cheese is a type of goat cheese. This is not true. However, a closer look at the sources of the milk used to produce these cheeses shows why many can assume that. Feta cheese and goat cheese differ from composition right down to taste. Both are delicious and […]
Do you want to have a career in the Culinary Arts? If you do, you should inquire about the different Culinary Arts Degrees and Programs from the Cooking School (Culinary School) of your choice – as early as today.
If you are able to get all the information but still can’t decide on what Culinary Arts Degree to pursue, do not feel hopeless. Ask yourself the reason why you want to have a Culinary Arts Career, and try to see which degree is best for you in terms of your interests. This will serve as a guide so that you can choose a Culinary Arts Degree Program that will cater to your interests and ambitions. For example, you want to be a celebrity pastry chef someday. Enrolling in Culinary Arts Programs that involves baking and pastry is the right thing to do.
There are a variety of Culinary Arts Degrees offered in each Culinary Arts Program. Here are 3 of the most sought after Culinary Arts Degrees:
Culinary Arts is simply defined as the practice of food preparation. I cannot think of any definition simpler than that. However — and as simple as it may seem, Culinary Arts is a broad topic that needs to be divided into chunks for everyone to fully digest.
Culinary Arts is anything related to food. This includes food preparation, Menu Planning, Food styling or designing edible art, diet and nutrition, hotel kitchen and restaurant management (this is also considered as Culinary Management), and even Food Photography. These are just a few of the countless areas that can be tied to Culinary Arts.
Of all the areas or topic related to Culinary Arts, food preparation is considered to be the most associated. To validate this statement, please allow me to ask you a question. What is the first thing that comes into your mind when you hear the word Culinary Arts? You might have thought of a nicely arranged plate, or perhaps a person preparing a meal. Has someone thought of a delightful chocolate cake, or a hot apple pie (this exercise is making me hungry)? I know that you get the idea.
Pansit Miki are fresh thick egg noodles. These noodles are thicker than the egg noodles used in beef mami, and a little thinner compared to Lomi noodles.
Pansit Miki Guisado is a stir-fry noodle dish. Similar to pancit canton, this dish can be cooked with an array of ingredients such as pork, chicken, seafood, and vegetables.
This Stir-fry noodle recipe makes use of inihaw na liempo (grilled pork belly) to add a delicious smokey flavor. The chicken and seasonings also help to make this dish taste great.
I was delighted to learn from one of our avid readers about her recent victory in the 2010 SPCBA Culinary Competition. Apple Instrella, a student at the San Pedro College of Business Administration bagged the first prize in the recently concluded SPCBA Culinary Competition. She and her teammate entered their twist of the Orange Chicken Recipe that we featured a few months back.
This achievement is significant especially for Culinary Arts students because they are able to develop self confidence and a more competitive attitude which will help them in their culinary career in the future.
I am honored that they chose one of our featured recipes as their entry. This event made me realize the value of quality that we are putting in each of our recipe posts. Expect us to continue concentrating in this aspect on the next recipes to come.