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NEWS: Get An MBA In Food & Wine

Take a seat in the classroom and earn
an MBA in food and wine. Photo
courtesy University of Bologna.

 

Want a business career in the food and wine industry?

Start with an MBA in Food & Wine, given for the first time by the Alma Graduate School of Business at the University of Bologna, in Italy.

The one-year intensive program is taught in Engish.

Why Italy? According to the school’s website, the food and wine industries worldwide seek managers to capitalize on global market opportunities. Italy has developed a specific knowledge in this field.

The Food and Wine concentration focuses on the most successful Italian enterprises in the gastronomy and enology sectors, drawing upon Italy’s rich tradition, successful practices and quality of its products.

Ten full scholarships are available; the application deadline is July 15th and the program begins in September 2011. A minimum of two years of business experience is required.

Learn more at the Alma Graduate School website.

 

  

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CLASS: Bagel Making & More

Sure you can bake—but can you make bagels?

Charge your cooking by taking a class in something different, and impress your friends and family with your homemade bagels (or baklava, croissants, pizza—anything).

While it’s not a challenge to buy bagels, baklava etc., imagine the thrill of hot bagels emerging from your own oven.

Bagels are one of our favorite foods—authentic Old World bagels, not the bloated specimens many have evolved into. It’s time to learn how to bake perfect ones.

We have our eye on a bagel-making course at New York’s International Culinary Center (Saturday, June 26, 2010, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., $195). At the end of class, we’ll eat the piping hot bagels—sesame, poppy seed, salt, onion and garlic—with cream cheese, lox and all the fixings.

Check out the classes at your local cooking school for something that catches your eye. Cooking classes are also a great bonding experience—with spouse, parent, child or pal.

  • Find recipes for challah and Irish soda bread in our Bread Section.
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    Imagine making bagels at home instead of
    running out for them on Sunday mornings.
    Photo courtesy French Meadow Bakery, a NIBBLE Top Pick Of The Week.

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    CULINARY EDUCATION: Great Classes At Institute For Culinary Education

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    Mad about macaroons? Learn how to make
    thesefab confections at ICE. Photo of Mad Mac
    Macaroons
    , a NIBBLE Top Pick Of The Week,
    by Claire Freiermann | THE NIBBLE.

     

    Are you in greater New York? Are you planning a trip?

    If so, in-between the shows, restaurants and shopping, plan to take one of the culinary courses available through the Institute of Culinary Education.

    ICE’s Recreational Division (i.e., you’re not enrolled in a professional program to become a chef), has terrific opportunities. You can take a short, intensive “immersion” class in:

  • CULINARY TECHNIQUE: Basic Sushi, Food Technology for the Home Cook, Handmade Pasta, Pizza, Tapas, Spices and more
  • BEVERAGE COURSES: Coffee Expert: From Plant to Cup, Food & Wine Pairing, Green Wines High-Tech Cocktails, Tea Tasting and more
  • PASTRY & BREAD COURSES: Bagels, Baguettes, Breakfast Breads, Chocolate Desserts, Classic Croissants Cream Puffs/Eclairs, Doughnuts/Fritters, Italian Pastries, Madeleines & Macaroons, Parisian Breads, Tarts & more
  • We’ve taken great courses there and in the process, have tasted the breads (including croissants) made by baking students. They’re the best in town, so your recipes will be the envy of all your friends.

    You can give a gift certificate, too. With Mother’s Day and Father’s Day on the horizon, how about bonding with your parent while making croissants, pasta or high-tech cocktails?

    Coffee connoisseurs: Check out the two-day intensive seminar created for devoted coffee lovers and industry professionals, students will dissect every detail that goes into crafting a superior brew.

    For more information, visit the ICE Website.

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    CLASSES: Butcher Classes

    What do you do after your blog has been turned into a highly-noticed book and Meryl Streep and Amy Adams have starred in the film version?

    You become a butcher! “Julie And Julia: My Year Of Cooking Dangerously” author Julie Powell has released her next book, “Cleaving: A Story of Marriage, Meat, and Obsession”, her “Julie and Julia” marriage gone awry “set against a backdrop of butchery.”

    Most of “Cleaving” was written while Powell was an apprentice at Fleisher’s, a grass-fed and organic meat butcher shop in Kingston, New York. We haven’t read the book, but a colleague who did passes on her wishes for “more food and less sex—does anybody care about Julie Powell’s sex life?” (Yes: People who buy books to make into films will probably like it just the way it is.)

    Fleisher’s has launched a formal butchery apprentice program that has already graduated three successful butchers. If your New Year’s plans include training in the culinary arts, learn more about Fleisher’s butcher classes.

    As the Fleisher’s folks say, Carne diem!

  • Learn your cuts of beef and cuts of lamb in our two popular meat glossaries.
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    This could be you, learning the craft (and
    trade) of fine butchering. Photo courtesy Fleisher’s.

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