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How Kalixmotxo was invented

The most memorable things we come across when we travel often took a long, winding path to get to what they are today. This is Origin Story, a series that looks into the various influences that made the cultural touchstones we know today. In 1971, Coca-Cola debuted what is now considered one of the world’s most famous commercial. The advertisement features a catchy jingle about wanting to buy the world a Coke. On August 12, 1972, at 5:00 PM, according to local legend, a group of young merchan...
Tags: Travel, San Francisco, Spain, European Union, Cocktails, Wine, Jack, Coca Cola, Coke, Rioja, All, Shirley Temple, Pepsi, Basque Country, Palacios, Culinary Institute of America


Brené Brown — Striving versus Self-Acceptance, Saving Marriages, and More (#409)

“We chase extraordinary moments instead of being grateful for ordinary moments until hard shit happens. And then in the face of really hard stuff — illness, death, loss — the only thing we’re begging for is a normal moment.”—Brené Brown Dr. Brené Brown (@BreneBrown) is a research professor at the University of Houston where she holds the Huffington Foundation – Brené Brown Endowed Chair at The Graduate College of Social Work. Brené is also a visiting professor in management at The University...
Tags: Facebook, Relationships, Lifestyle, Vulnerability, Pandora, New York Times, Kansas, University Of Houston, Courage, Mozilla Firefox, The Tim Ferriss Show, Brendan Eich, Brene Brown, Tara Brach, Tim, Bruce


Anthony Bourdain: Culinary Institute of America dedicates main campus hallway in his honor

The CIA in Hyde Park has honored one of its most famous graduates, the late Anthony Bourdain, by naming a main campus hallway after him.         [Author: Poughkeepsie Journal]
Tags: News, Cia, Hyde Park, Anthony Bourdain, Poughkeepsie Journal, Culinary Institute of America


The new chef at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa Rancho Mirage will transform restaurants one bite at a time

When Chef Kenneth Williams began his culinary career it was on the sands of Newport Beach, but now, after a career spanning multiple decades and multiple resorts, he’s on his way back to a sandy locale once again, albeit a drier one. Williams, 48, joined Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa Rancho Mirage as its new executive chef in February. He is in charge of all the dining options, including fine dining restaurant The Steakhouse, American comfort food restaurant Waters Café and new food court The ...
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Highlights From Premiere Napa Valley Barrel Tasting + Auction

187 lots of the region's finest sell to benefit the non-profit Napa Valley Vintners For the 23rd time, a weekend in February saw key players in the wine world descend upon St Helena, California for an auction of epic proportions: Premiere Napa Valley (PNV). Hundreds gathered within the stony walls of The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone to taste 187 lots and take a …
Tags: Design, Alcohol, Auctions, Napa, Food + Drink, St Helena California, Greystone, Culinary Institute of America, Silver Oak, Wines, Napa Valley Vintners, California Wines, Red Wines, Premiere Napa Valley Barrel Tasting Auction, Premiere Napa Valley PNV


South Bay chef Darren Weiss is the star of a new kitchen and a new documentary

When it came to cooking, Darren Weiss was a natural. Decades before reality shows like “MasterChef Junior,” on Fox and “Kids Baking Championship” on the Food Network put kids in the kitchen, the South Bay chef was in there whipping up fancy meals for his family at a young age — admittedly while leaving the kitchen a messy disaster. Eventually his cooking skills led him to become a celebrated chef who ran several respected kitchens before opening his own place in 2007. Now the inspirational journ...
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CIA Whole Wheat with Poolish

CIA Whole Wheat with Poolish Submitted by louiscohen on January 4, 2019 - 3:59pm. If we apply mathematics to baking, the Intermediate Value Theorem  says that to get from lousy to good we have to pass through mediocre, and that's where I am today,CIA Whole Wheat with Poolish PhotosCIA Whole Wheat with Poolish Formula and NotesThanks to everyone here who made valuable suggestions to help me get from pancake batter on the baking stone to a so-so loaf of bread, with hope for improvemen...
Tags: Baking, Cia, Kitchenaid, Culinary Institute of America


A Guide To Working On Super Yachts & Sailboats

Travel Jobs: Working On Yachts & Sailboats Travel Jobs I’ve met quite a few “yachties” during my travels over the years. People who work as yacht & sailboat crewmembers for a living. Today, my friend Katie shares her experience working on yachts, along with tips on how to find yacht jobs. It’s truly a fascinating way to earn money while traveling the world! Here’s Katie: For more travel friendly job ideas, check out my ultimate guide to the Best Travel Jobs To Make Money Abroad. There ar...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Florida, America, Atlantic, United States, Caribbean, West Indies, New England, Mediterranean, Palma, Antigua, Kiwi, Nomadic Living, Palma De Mallorca, Don


Unique Travel Jobs: Working On Super Yachts & Sailboats

Travel Jobs: Working On Yachts & Sailboats Travel Jobs I’ve met quite a few “yachties” during my travels over the years. People who work as yacht & sailboat crewmembers for a living. Today, my friend Katie shares her experience working on yachts, along with tips on how to find yacht jobs. It’s truly a fascinating way to earn money while traveling the world! Here’s Katie: For more travel friendly job ideas, check out my ultimate guide to the Best Travel Jobs To Make Money Abroad. There ar...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Florida, America, Atlantic, United States, Caribbean, West Indies, New England, Mediterranean, Digital Nomads, Palma, Antigua, Kiwi, Palma De Mallorca, Don


Unique Travel Jobs: Working On Mega Yachts & Sailboats

Travel Jobs: Working On Yachts & Sailboats Travel Jobs I’ve met quite a few “yachties” during my travels over the years. People who work as yacht & sailboat crewmembers for a living. Today, my friend Katie shares her experience working on yachts, along with tips on how to find yacht jobs. It’s truly a fascinating way to earn money while traveling the world! Enter Katie: For more travel friendly job ideas, check out my ultimate guide to the 40 Best Travel Jobs To Make Money Abroad. There ...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Florida, America, Atlantic, United States, Caribbean, West Indies, New England, Mediterranean, Digital Nomads, Palma, Antigua, Kiwi, Palma De Mallorca, Don


How a former dishwasher and a doughnut shop baker became the top pastry chefs at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

Executive Pastry Chef Jorge Sotelo and Pastry Sous Chef Nubia Renteria with their holiday creation “Halloween Pump-‘Cake’ Patch” at the Grand Californian Hotel at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, CA, on Thursday, Sep 20, 2018. The display is mostly Rice Krispy treats, chocolate and fondant. It’s made from 300 pounds of sugar, 180 pounds of rice cereal, 80 pounds of marshmallow, 60 pounds of butter, 140 pounds of dark and white chocolate and 300 pounds of fondant. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orang...
Tags: Chef, Restaurants, Disney, Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, Napa, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Pasadena, Orange County, Porto, Dad, Culinary Institute, Orange County Register


Shari’s Restaurants hires marketing director

Shari’s Restaurants, a Beaverton, Oregon-based family restaurant chain, has named Joan Hansen as corporate director of marketing. Recently, she worked at Marie Callender’s Restaurant & Bakery. Shari’s is backed by CapitalSpring. PRESS RELEASE PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Shari’s Restaurants is pleased to announce the hiring of Joan Hansen as our corporate Director of Marketing. Hansen will oversee the promotional and marketing efforts for not only Shari’s, but also our Coco’s Res...
Tags: New York, Restaurants, Trends, People, United States, Portland, Joan, Ron, Mimi, Beaverton Oregon, Hansen, Shari, University of California Irvine, California State University Fullerton, Marie Callender, Culinary Institute of America


Cookbook Review: Mason Jar Lunches: 50 Pretty, Portable Packed Lunches

A lot of people ask me how a website for people without money could be all about shopping. Typically, I go on to tell them something that you guys already know: Broke & Beautiful, and being broke, is not so much about not having any money, it’s more about spending the money that you have in really smart ways to get what you want without burying yourself in debt. A lot of times, that includes tiny changes to daily routines, like taking your lunch to work or school instead of spending $5/day for a...
Tags: Food, Books, Fashion, Back To School, Starbucks, Cia, Cookbook, At Home, Healthy Recipes, Jessica, Milo, Barnes Noble, Culinary Institute of America, Mason Jars, Vital Choice, Meal Prep


Nancy Putkoski: Fast Facts to Know About Anthony Bourdain’s 1st Wife

Anthony Bourdain has been married twice, and both of his marriages ended in divorce, which means that he has two ex-wives. His first marriage was to Nancy Putkoski, a woman he wed in 1985. They split 20 years later in 2005. RELATED: Anthony Bourdain Found Dead at 61 of Apparent Suicide On June 8th, 2018, CNN reported that Bourdain had taken his own life at his hotel in France, where he was filming his TV show Parts Unknown. According to reports, he hanged himself and his body was discovered by h...
Tags: New York, Celebs, Hollywood, Cook, France, America, Cnn, New Jersey, Pop Culture, Jazz, Vietnam, Caribbean, Nancy, Anthony, Anthony Bourdain, Daily Life


Tyra Banks’s Mom's Frank Career Advice: "Find People Who Like Your 'Big Ass'"

Tyra Banks is a pioneer in many facets: She was the first African-American model to appear on the covers of GQ and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She's a model who has had massive success outside of the industry, having started Bankable Productions and executive producing shows like America's Next Top Model and The FAB in addition to hosting them. She won a Daytime Emmy Award for her talk show Tyra; she's a New York Times bestselling author, she's dabbled in music, she received ...
Tags: America, Harvard, Beauty, New York Times, Victoria, Skin Care, Tyra Banks, Tyra Beauty, Gisele Bündchen, Culinary Institute of America, Celebrity Beauty, Beauty Video, Pretty Unfiltered, Tyra, Bankable Productions, Executive Education Training Program


Vocations: Catering to Fliers’ Tastes at 30,000 Feet

Food tastes different on a plane. An airline chef needs to take the effects of the dry cabin environment and the lower air pressure into account.
Tags: Food, News, Restaurants, Chefs, Poultry, Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Culinary Institute of America, Airlines and Airplanes, Cooking and Cookbooks, Careers and Professions


Anthony Bourdain Calls Out Toxic Kitchen Culture in Speech to Culinary School Grads

The Parts Unknown host addressed the newest crop of Culinary Institute of America graduates before receiving his honorary doctorate.
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Private Brands Path to Marketing Claims

In this guest post, Rachel Bailey of ChefsBest discusses the tasting panels and private brand. Comparative marketing claims allows private brands to differentiate themselves from the competition. However, it’s not as easy as simply saying you have the better product. According to the Federal Trade Commission, brands that utilize comparative claims must be able to substantiate them whether they directly reference competitors or not. How your private brand goes about obtaining that proof is largel...
Tags: Featured, Guests, Michelin, University Of Houston, Federal Trade Commission, Branding, Napa Valley, Culinary Institute of America, Chefs Best, Rachel Bailey, ChefsBest, Private Brands Path


Everyone Thinks Taste Is Subjective. Here’s Why It Isn’t.

In this guest post Rachel Bailey of ChefsBest discusses the impact of taste on private brand. How many times have you heard someone say, “everybody has different taste”? The adage is certainly a common one. However, when it comes to food, the saying’s underlying assumption, that taste is synonymous with preference, couldn’t be farther from the truth. First off, let’s acknowledge that taste is really important. It’s important because consumers wouldn’t keep buying your product if it didn’t taste...
Tags: Featured, Williams, Guests, Michelin, University Of Houston, Branding, Napa Valley, Janet Williams, Culinary Institute of America, Chefs Best, Rachel Bailey


Scotch stars in this fall cocktail with pear and warm spices

In this Spiced Orchard Pear Cocktail recipe from The Culinary Institute of America, scotch is the unexpected star. The drink highlights the best of the fall season, with notes of citrus to help you ease into the snowy winter.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Culinary Institute of America


Everton Park Food Guide – 9 Cafes & Eateries To Discover In This Charming Estate

Everton Park is often overlooked as it is surrounded by a couple of other bigger neighbourhoods such as Tanjong Pagar and Duxton Road. The whole vicinity in general, is well-known for a great cafe culture and some of the best bars in Singapore. It comes as no surprise that Everton Park will also be loaded with many great F&B establishments. Dubbed as a ‘hipster’ neighbourhood, Everton Park houses some lesser known cafes and restaurants that really deserves more recognition. From great coffee to...
Tags: Restaurants, Singapore, Anthropology, Everton, Tanjong Pagar, GST, Gimbap, Fri Sun, Culinary Institute of America, HDB, Best Cafe in Singapore, Outram Park, New Cafes in Singapore, Nylon Coffee Roasters, Cafes in Residential Neighbourhood, Hippest neighbourhoods in Singapore


San Joaquin sourdough two ways

San Joaquin sourdough two ways Submitted by dmsnyder on October 3, 2017 - 9:24pm. San Joaquin Sourdough Two WaysDavid SnyderSeptember 28 and October 2, 2017 BackgroundMy San Joaquin Sourdough originated in Anis Bouabsa's baguettes which had won the prize for the best baguette in Paris in 2008. Bouabsa's baguettes departed from convention in utilizing a 21 hour retardation after bulk fermentation and before dividing and shaping. Jane Stewart (Janedo on TFL) and I initially mod...
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Can You Make A Beet Taste As Good As Bacon? | By Stacey Dash

Can you really make a beet taste as good as bacon? Is free-range (insert protein) truly better for the environment? How do we help with the environmental problems, give people what they want to eat, and not assume the role of the "food police"? At the Menus of Change conference, hosted by The Culinary Institute of America and Harvard's School of Public Health and held in Hyde Park, N.Y., the agenda focused on the long-term, practical vision of integrating optimal nutrition and public heal...
Tags: Travel, Bacon, Hyde Park, Stacey Dash, Culinary Institute of America, Harvard s School of Public Health


Chipotle Taps Chef Richard Blais to Scale ‘Tasty Made’

While Chipotle continues to experiment with ways to reignite the brand’s former breakneck growth, such as introducing queso, the company also continues to refine its Tasty Made Burger concept with a new partnership with a celebrity chef. Chipotle Mexican Grill opened its first (and so far, only) Tasty Made burger restaurant in Lancaster, Ohio, last year. Now it’s attempting to perfect its formula there in advance of expansion, refining simple ingredients and a spare menu: burgers, fries, shakes...
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Bellefield Development Partners/the Shaner Hotel Group Joint Venture Awarded Franchise Agreement For The First Hotel At Bellefield, Hyde Park, N.Y.

A joint venture comprised of Bellefield Development Partners, an affiliate of T-Rex Capital Group LLC, and its partner, The Shaner Hotel Group, one of the hospitality industry's leading owner-operators of full- and select-service hotels, today announced that it has been awarded a Marriott International Franchise Agreement for a 133-room soft branded Residence Inn in Hyde Park, N.Y. The Hotel at Bellefield will be the initial vertical construction at the site located at the gateway to Hist...
Tags: Travel, Marriott, Hyde Park, Bellefield, Shaner Hotel Group, Culinary Institute of America, Bellefield Hyde Park, Bellefield Development Partners, T Rex Capital Group LLC


How to Smoke Olives with a Smoking Gun

Last month, I took a trip to Napa, California, to learn all about the birthplace of those funny little olives I used to put on my fingers, and the surprising invention from a poor, widowed mother! Post sponsored by California Ripe Olives. -Jaden Smoked Olives With a portable hand-held smoker, a can of California Ripe Olives and a pinch of wood shavings, you can create Smoked Olives for your cheese platter, salads, tapenade, cocktail garnish, and even quesadillas. A few weeks ago, I missed a p...
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Pushed by rapid growth, new Rotary Club forms around Pearl

For residents of Pearl and its surrounding communities, giving back has become easier than ever. A new rotary club, sponsored by the San Antonio Northwest Rotary Club, has begun meeting in Pearl at the Culinary Institute of America building. The new club hopes to attract and support residents from its surrounding areas of Tobin Hill, Mahnke Park, Beacon Hill, Fort Sam Houston, Monte Vista and Olmos Park. Terry Mendenhall, a 45-year veteran of Rotary International and member of the Northwest cl...
Tags: Northwest, Pearl, Culinary Institute of America, Rotary International, San Antonio Northwest Rotary Club, Olmos Park Terry Mendenhall


CIA sauerkraut and red onion sourdough bread?

CIA sauerkraut and red onion sourdough bread? Submitted by BurntMyFingers on June 1, 2017 - 4:56am. In "The Making of a Chef" Michael Ruhlman describes a sourdough bread with sauerkraut and red onion that was so good the president of the Culinary Institute of America ate half a loaf a day. It was a regular feature in their bakery at the time (1996). Does anybody have a recipe?
Tags: Baking, Cia, Michael Ruhlman, Culinary Institute of America, BurntMyFingers


Two Culinary Students Made Gigantic, Chocolate Covered Rock Candy Geodes

At the Culinary Institute of America, two students—Alex Yeatts and Abby Lee Wilcox—have spent the last six months creating a collection of chocolate-covered, rock candy geodes and they look absolutely amazing. More info: Instagram (1, 2) (h/t: twistedsifter, colossal) Watching them crack open their chocolate geodes after so many months of hard work is so satisfying to see! document.createElement('video');
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Incredible giant chocolate geodes

Alex Yeatts, a student at the Culinary Institute of America, worked for six months to cook up amazing chocolate geode cakes. Crack one open to reveal the dazzling sugar crystals. Stunning work. A post shared by Alex Yeatts (@alex.yeatts) on Mar 11, 2017 at 10:18am PST A post shared by Alex Yeatts (@alex.yeatts) on Mar 20, 2017 at 6:59am PDT
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