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Reliving My Childhood

I have always been a picky eater of sorts, pushing my food around my plate, never truly having any intention of digestion whatever green coloured food sat in front of me. 307 more words

Culinary Student

Orientation is grueling...

Holy shit. Orientation at the CIA is the most dumb time consuming thing I have ever experienced. They repeat the same garbage regarding the rules as most institutions do: Don’t touch each others privates without each other permission, Don’t drunk the alcohol, Durgs R BAdZ 4 u and lastly and most importantly DRESS CODE. 760 more words

Culinary Institute Of America

This is my first actual blog post.

Well I am actually starting to blog now to organize my thoughts.

I finally arrived at the Culinary Institute of America’s campus. I must say that there are very man ‘unique’ individuals on campus. 217 more words

Culinary Institute Of America

The Economic Engines that Could

It’s no secret that I am bullish about our beautiful Hudson Valley and passionate about ensuring that the very things we love about our region —  the family farms, rich history, cultural treasures and spectacular natural resources — become the engines for an economically and environmentally sustainable future for our region. 390 more words

Didi's Dish

Bistros and Brasseries

Saturday morning found me up in Hyde Park, at the Culinary Institute of America, taking a cooking class called “Bistros and Brasseries”.

I will be the first to admit, I haven’t a clue what “brasseries” means. 842 more words

Kitchen

Dress code at the CIA

The CIA is different from many colleges in many fashions but the first thing you will notice is the dress code! All Associates students have to dress in their chef whites. 76 more words

Culinary School

First Post/Roadtrip out to California

Hello!

I may be speaking to myself here as this blog is new and exciting (hehe) but if anyone does choose to follow my jouney though this CA trip here’s a bit of backstory: I met Brian a week after a bad breakup from a fiance. 206 more words

California