Friday, November 16, 2018

Lincoln Culinary Institute Student Receives Rave Review

Custom-order omelets. Sounds like a great idea for brunch at home, right?  When Connecticut foodie Denise Russo couldn’t find a chef to help bring...

Day Eight of Lincoln Tech’s Thirteen Days of Christmas

When it comes to holiday gift giving, it can be difficult trying to figure out what gifts would make really great impressions. That’s why...

How to Cook a Thanksgiving Turkey

One of the biggest questions around the holidays is always how to cook a Thanksgiving turkey. From defrosting and roasting to carving and serving...

How to Make Turkey Gravy for Thanksgiving Dinner

You’ve got the turkey, you’ve got a delicious cranberry relish on the side – now, how about using the turkey drippings to make a...

Thanksgiving Mashed Potatoes … From Scratch

What’s the most essential part of a Thanksgiving dinner, aside from a roast turkey showpiece? Some might say the stuffing, others a cranberry side...

From “Goodies at Home” to a Culinary Arts Career

Success never tasted so good! When Anaida Cabrera began baking sweet treats in her kitchen, she never expected it to turn into her dream career....

National Culinary Arts Appreciation Month

July is National Culinary Arts Appreciation Month, a time to direct our attention towards the bakers and chefs that enhance our everyday lives with...

Black Bean Soup Southwestern Style – The How-To Article

For our culinary and baking students, the last class before they go out on externship allows them to showcase all the skills that they have learned throughout their studies thus far on campus. Foodservice Operations class serves as an introduction into the real world of foodservice. Students have the opportunity to prep and work all stations inside the kitchen and the dining room. Culinary and baking students work together to create a menu based on the origin or theme of their choice, design and decorate the dining area, and execute a full dinner service.

Food Services Careers: Success Never Tasted So Good!

Since 2003, Lincoln Culinary Institute in Shelton is one of the most popular culinary schools in CT, and is renowned for its training program...

Filling the Void with STEM Careers

All across the U.S., there is a great need for skilled workers in careers involving Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, collectively known as the STEM fields. There is ongoing growth in hands-on STEM careers, partly because these careers can’t be outsourced.  And there’s a sense of urgency to help students develop along an educational path that will help them build skills for such careers.