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  • Nutmeg-and-5-Other-Holiday-Spices

    December 7, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Le Cordon Bleu 0 Comments

    One of the best things about the Holiday’s is all the baked goods. Whether homemade or purchased at the store these sweet confections stir up memories of childhood and family. Whether it is the sweet smell of Vanilla or the sharp bite of cinnamon, none of these sweets would be the same without the addition of spices. If you are interested in taking baking classes at a pastry school or just want to improve your baking at home here are 6 holiday spices you will want to acquaint yourself with. Continue...

  • Stocking-the-Pantry-for-Holiday-Parties

    December 7, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Chicago 0 Comments

    The holidays are here again and that means big family dinners and entertaining friends and coworkers with Christmas parties. The best way to keep holiday stress at bay is to be prepared ahead of time for last minute impromptu parties. Here are a few things to keep in the kitchen this holiday season so that you are prepared for all of your culinary arts needs. Continue...

  • Figgy Pudding and Other Traditional Christmas Snacks

    December 6, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Atlanta 0 Comments

    For each person there are those few foods that will always be associated with the holiday season. Whether it is the perfectly browned Turkey on the Christmas dinner table or the clam pie on Christmas Eve, every family and every cultural has their own traditional Christmas foods. If you are interested in enrolling in a cooking school in Georgia here are some of the most popular traditional Christmas snacks from around the globe that you might like to learn how to cook. Continue...

  • 8 Hanukkah Food Favorites

    December 6, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Austin 0 Comments

    Hanukkah,”the Festival of Lights”, will begin at sundown this year on December 20th or the 25th day of the Jewish calendar, and last for eight days and nights. This celebration of Jewish heroes both religious and military dates back to the Maccabee’s reclaiming of Jerusalem’s Mount Moriah in 165 B.C.E. The temple held only enough oil to light the temple for one day but miraculously continued to burn for eight days. This is where the tradition of the Menorah comes from. If you are considering taking cooking classes at a cooking school in Austin you may like to learn about many of the foods traditionally prepared at Hanukkah. Here are eight holiday food favorites. Continue...

  • How to Make Sugar Cookie Dough

    December 5, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Scottsdale 0 Comments

    The holidays conjure up images of snowmen, frost on windows and snowflakes drifting silently to the ground. So what does this mean when you live in the desert? Well…you just have to be a bit more creative to bring that wintertime feeling to the Valley for Christmas. Continue...

  • Sharing-the-Holidays-with-Your-Feathered-Friends-Making-a-Tree-for-the-Birds

    December 5, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Seattle 0 Comments

    The snow outside and frost on the window panes helps set the perfect backdrop for a winter wonderland each holiday season. This year, when you are decorating the trees in your yard or stringing up lights, designate a few trees for edible winter treats. Not only will you and the family have the joy of watching what birds and other little creatures come to visit, but you will be spreading the warmth of the holidays with animals that need food to keep the warm and healthy through the barren winter months. These may not be recipes up to par with the latest in Seattle culinary arts, but for the birds that get a chance to enjoy them, you’ll be as good as a culinary school graduate! Continue...

  • Holiday Decorations that you Just Might Want to Eat

    December 2, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Los Angeles 0 Comments

    Half the fun of the holidays is all the decorating and getting ready for the season with arts, crafts and food…wonderful food! When you can roll all this into one, you have the perfect festive combo. Christmas through the eyes of a child largely revolves around not only the presents but the candy that accompanies the season. In nearly every California culinary restaurant or bakery you can seek inspiration from the wonderful baked goods on display. Continue...

  • How-to-Make-your-own-Candy-Canes

    December 2, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu San Francisco 0 Comments

    Candy canes have long been a staple of the holiday season. As soon as the thanksgiving rush draws to a close, a brand new one begins. The shelves at every local market become stocked with sugary sweet Christmas goodies and whether you are a kid, or a kid at heart, candy canes are one highlight of the season. Continue...

  • Our Favorite Christmas Cookies

    December 1, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Boston 0 Comments

    As with many traditions and myths, it is very difficult to pin down exactly when or where a certain tradition started. The tradition of Christmas cookies is no different. The first documented use of a Christmas tree was in Latvia in 1510. The candy and cookie decorations where given to family members on Christmas morning. With that, the tradition of baking cookies for Christmas may have started. Continue...

  • The Top 5 Christmas Gifts for the Chef in Your Life

    December 1, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Austin 0 Comments

    Let’s face it; buying great gifts is a hard job. You want the best you can get and usually at the lowest price you can get it. Add in a discriminating gift receiver and your tough choices get even tougher. If you have a chef or a student at an Austin cooking school in your life, then you know that when it comes to taste and pickiness they sometimes steal the show. But who can blame them? Preparing delicious home cooked meals, attending cooking school, or working in a professional kitchen are hard enough with the best equipment. Why make it more difficult with inferior equipment? Continue...

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