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Inside Kendall

From Chicago to Honolulu

From a young age, Culinary Arts student, Daniella D’Andrea, knew her passion, “I grew up in the kitchen with my mom; it was natural to me. I knew I wanted to work in a kitchen” What she didn’t know... Read More

A Labor of Love

By Dr. Águeda Benito, Kendall’s ProvostWhen Deborah Johnson opened Restoring the Seed Childcare & Community Center in 2014, she was filling a need for basic resources in the 10th Ward of Chicago. Where others saw violence and drugs, she saw an... Read More

The Knife & Kitchen Tool Guide

Have you ever pulled a knife out of a knife block and wondered, “What is this used for? And why is it different than the 10 other knives in this block?” Or gotten a kitchen utensil set, pulled out some... Read More

Shrimp and Grilled Asparagus

By Joe CampagnaThis dinner option is simple, healthy and quick to prepare. You may also change the flavor profile any way you like. I make this often and enjoy how it allows me to be creative. Shrimp, like chicken, easily... Read More

Nilesh Pandey of Hyatt Place Lombard: How to Excel as a General Manager

As he worked his way through the ranks in a local restaurant, going from washing dishes to serving and catering fairly quickly, Nilesh Pandey realized he’d found his passion. “When I was about to graduate from high school, I decided... Read More

New Experiences in New York

B.A. Hospitality Management students Madilyn Maske and Gabriela Kramer were recently selected to work behind the scenes at the World Business Forum in New York City. Since Kendall College is part of the Laureate International Universities network, students have... Read More

Classic Sausage and Peppers

By Joe CampagnaThis is one of the classic Italian dishes that can be a side dish or a main course. Growing up Italian, I always loved having the mix of sweet and spicy Italian sausage.Serves 2Ingredients1/2 pound of sweet Italian... Read More

Tips to Successfully Balance School and Work

By Ron Stefanski, a faculty member in Kendall’s Business programHaving a job and going to school at the same time is difficult—and requires effort and a constant shift in your priorities. I struggled with this myself while I was earning... Read More

Grilled Romaine with Chicken

By Joe CampagnaSalads are probably one of the easiest dinners you can make and it never takes a ton of time. We’re lucky in that produce is in abundance this time of year and everything is super fresh. This salad... Read More

Transferring His Skills to Students in Mexico

In November, B.A. in Culinary Arts student Tony Rogowski visited seven Universidad del Valle de México (UVM) campuses in Mexico, which are all part of the Laureate International Universities network—neither as a student nor a competitor, but as a... Read More
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