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    August 27, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu Atlanta 0 Comments

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  • A Guide to Preserving Tomatoes

    August 24, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu Los Angeles 0 Comments

    As summer starts to wind down, backyard gardens all across the country seem to go into tomato overdrive. Gardeners everywhere have more tomatoes than they can eat or give away. Not even a cooking school in Los Angeles could figure out what to do with all of those tomatoes. Fortunately, there is an alternative to adding the excess to the compost heap: preservation. Continue...

  • Brown Bag Lunches Kids Will Love

    August 23, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu Las Vegas 0 Comments

    Whether your kids don’t like what the school has to offer or you just aren’t confident in the nutritional value of what they are serving, brown bag lunches are the way to go. But what should you give them? The rise of peanut allergies has all but put an end to the traditional peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and most lunch meats are made with cast off cuts and enough sodium to preserve the meat well into the next decade. Continue...

  • 8 Essential Grains to Work into Your Diet

    August 21, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu Seattle 0 Comments

    Grains make up a substantial part of the human diet but unfortunately for most people the only grains consumed are white rice, instant oatmeal and refined white flour products. There is an entire world of healthy grains out there waiting to be discovered and regardless of your taste or the time of day, there is a nutritious grain that you can incorporate into your next meal. Whole grains are essential to the health of your heart and your digestive systems and a diet high in whole grains will reduce the risk of heart disease as well as many types of cancer. If you are unsure how to get started here are 8 essential grains that you can try at home or order the next time you are out to dinner and enjoying the tastes of the Seattle culinary world. Continue...

  • Barbeque Done the Vegetarian

    August 20, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu Scottsdale 0 Comments

    Nothing says summer like the smell of burning charcoal. Though it can take an entire culinary career of experience to master the art of grilling, BBQ can be a great weekend hobby for you to enjoy. While for some, thoughts turn quickly to hamburgers, chicken and hot dogs, grilling is not reserved just for carnivores. Virtually any vegetable or fruit can be BBQed with excellent results, the smoky flavor of the coals combines with the sweet carmelization of the natural sugars to produce a meal that is as delicious as it is simple to prepare. Continue...

  • Tailgating Tips for the Football Fanatic

    August 20, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu Dallas 0 Comments

    To call the Lone Star state crazy about football is like calling the sky blue or water wet. Football mania grips the entire state of Texas from August to January. Hundreds of thousands of fans pack stadiums all across the state for action at every level, from high school to college and professional. Continue...

  • How to Season a Cast Iron Pan

    August 17, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu Chicago 0 Comments

    Few kitchen tools are as versatile as a good old-fashioned cast-iron pan. If you thought that this relic from your grandmother’s kitchen was a thing of the past with no relevance to today’s cooking methods, then you are greatly misinformed. Many graduates of Chicago culinary schools wouldn’t be caught dead without a cast-iron pan in their kitchens. Continue...

  • Sustainable Agriculture - Knowing Where Your Food Comes From

    August 17, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu San Francisco 0 Comments

    Every day we turn on the news and hear another alarming story about the condition of our environment, the diminishing of our natural resources and the repercussions of the unhealthy lifestyle that has become the norm in America. There is a movement spreading across the country that is attempting to at least stop the further destruction of our soil, water and air while providing our country with healthy, responsibly grown food. If you are interested in the culinary arts you have probably already discovered the appeal of a local farmers market with its wide variety of fresh organic foods. An important trend in California cooking is purchasing ingredients that were produced using sustainable farming methods. Sustainable agriculture is not just a particular method of farming rather it is a philosophy of nourishing and respecting people and animals today while preserving our natural resources so that future generations will be able to sustain themselves tomorrow. Continue...

  • 5 Recipe Terms You May Not Know – Understanding Kitchen Lingo

    August 16, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu Sacramento 0 Comments

    If you’ve ever spent any time in a restaurant kitchen you have probably noticed that chefs seem to have their own language. There is a kitchen culture that is almost indecipherable to the average diner but is as essential to the life of a chef as his knife or wardrobe. Whether he is in the weeds or relaxing after the nightly service, the life of a chef requires almost as much endurance as it does knowledge. While a Sacramento cooking school can offer you an excellent understanding of the terms and lingo of the culinary arts here is a list of 5 terms that you may come across in your adventures in cooking to get you started. Continue...

  • The Correct Way to Present, Taste and Choose a Wine

    August 15, 2012 Le Cordon Bleu Portland 0 Comments

    Whether picking out a wine to serve at home or choosing a glass from a restaurant menu , amidst the Oregon culinary scene the selection can sometimes be a little intimidating if not completely overwhelming. We all know that certain wines go better with different foods but knowing how to make the correct pairings takes a little knowledge and practice. There is nothing worse than committing to a bottle only to discover you’ve picked a mediocre wine. Knowing a few basics about the varieties available and how to read their labels can make all the difference the next time you need to purchase wine for yourself or as a gift. Continue...

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