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  • The Many Things You Can Do With Cranberries

    December 20, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu St. Louis 0 Comments

    These slightly tart and tangy colorful berries have become nearly synonymous with the holiday season in American culture. Nearly any wonderful restaurant you visit in the amazing St. Louis culinary scene will have some special holiday recipe featuring these festive berries. Perhaps one of the greatest things about these bright red berries is their versatility. While many grow wild on bushes and may be good for decorating, you can also buy them fresh or frozen at most local stores, especially around the holidays. With just a little bit of cooking training you will have these new techniques mastered. If you feel like taking a stab at some of the best uses for these relatives of the blueberry this year, try out a few of these suggestions to bring these bright beauties to your home this Christmas season. Continue...

  • How to Braise Meats and Vegetables

    December 19, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Sacramento 0 Comments

    Le Cordon Bleu alumni will recognize braising as a wet cooking technique in which the main ingredient is seared in fat and then simmered in a cooking liquid on low heat in a covered pot. Cooking times are normally longer than two hours and result in moist and tender dishes with full, robust flavors. Braising is typically done in a Dutch oven, crock pot, or pressure cooker. Foods may be braised in an oven or on a stove top. Continue...

  • How To Make Beurre Blanc

    December 16, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Portland 0 Comments

    Many home cooks and beginning Oregon culinary school students wonder why their food doesn’t taste like the food prepared by professional chefs in professional kitchens. “It must be the training,” they say. “If I studied a prestigious culinary academy and worked my way up in New York kitchens, then I’d be that good, too.” Maybe so. They also say, “It’s the commercial equipment they use. I could never create food like that in this kitchen.” Also a possibility. Continue...

  • 3 Drinks to Heat Up Any Chilly Day

    December 15, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Miami 0 Comments

    When most people picture the holidays, hot chocolate and warm soup come to mind. While the idea is difficult for many not from the SunshineState to fathom, the holidays come and go each year in many parts of the country with no snow, no frost and no sub-zero temperatures, but that still doesn’t mean there isn’t that crisp winter feeling in the air. During the spring and summer months, the staples of Miami culinary typically revolve around keeping cool, however, when there is a bit of a chill in the air, no matter whether you are in sunny Florida or frosty New York, here are three drinks that will heat up your deepest winter chill. Continue...

  • Hitting the Slopes – Packing Food for a day at the Mountain

    December 15, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Minneapolis/St. Paul 0 Comments

    Break out the mittens and strap the skis to the roof of the car. Winter and all its magical holiday appeal is here in full force, but in a season packed with tasty, yet not always the healthiest, treats, it’s important to fuel your family for winter fun. There are several easy snacks and meal ideas to take with you this year when you hit the slopes. Often the food offered for sale in the ski lodge smells tempting, but can be quite costly, not to mention more than a little unhealthy. Continue...

  • Life-without-Wheat-A-Guide-to-Living-Gluten-Free

    December 14, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Las Vegas 0 Comments

    Grains of all varieties are a major source of calories for nearly all people around the world. There are some, however, who are not able to consume wheat grains without severe discomfort and illness. These people suffer from an autoimmune disease called Celiac. In Celiac sufferers, the small intestine is attacked by the immune system when wheat grains are present. It is caused by a reaction to prolamin, a gluten protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and other true cereal grains. Celiac is a genetic disorder and is not the same as having a wheat allergy. Continue...

  • Getting-Steamed-Tips-for-Cooking-with-Steam

    December 14, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Dallas 0 Comments

    Steaming is one of the best ways to bring out the natural flavor in foods without adding additional salt and fat. Steaming is a wet cooking technique that uses steam to conduct heat through the food being cooked. It is a gentle form of cooking that keeps foods intact and enables it to retain more of its nutrients than any other type of cooking, making it perfect for delicate foods like vegetables and seafood. Steaming is also ideal for cooking with fresh herbs and spices to keep the flavors distinct and separate. Continue...

  • Don’t Get Hot Under the Collar: A Guide to Freezing Foods

    December 13, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Chicago 0 Comments

    Thanks to the local/organic food movements and busy lifestyles, food preservation is becoming more and more popular. One popular technique is freezing. Whether it’s freezing seasonal vegetables to last into the winter or freezing home-cooked meals for easy weeknight preparation, freezing is an easy alternative to fast and heavily processed foods. Many people in the Northern hemisphere use freezing as a way to preserve their summer foods well into the winter. And the best part is that you do not have to attend a Le Cordon Bleu program to learn how to do it. Continue...

  • Top 5 Cookbooks for Wannabe Chefs

    December 13, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu Atlanta 0 Comments

    The libraries of most successful chefs overflow with cookbooks. Hundreds, if not thousands, of books define everything from basic technique to intricacies of Szechuan cuisine and everything in between. Despite their years of schooling and on the job experience, these chefs know that cookbooks are an indispensable part of their continued education. Continue...

  • 10 Yuletide Gifts for the Culinary Student in Your Life

    December 12, 2011 Le Cordon Bleu San Francisco 0 Comments

    If someone special in your life doesn’t ask for PS3 games or designer clothes, then there’s a good chance they are culinary college students. Take a look at this holiday gift-buying guide for the culinary student in your life. Continue...

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