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Inside Kendall

Wrapping Up Farmers’ Market Season the Right Way

10/20/2016
With fall getting started, and the last few weeks of local farmers’ markets coming up, it’s time to take full advantage of what they have to offer. Knowing what to do with all of the ingredients you selected can be... Read More

Chef Meyer’s Personal Challenge: You Won’t Believe It

08/23/2016
By Jim DeWan, Chef Instructor in the School of Culinary Artsorchids File this under, “Who knew?” As in, who knew that Chef Thomas Meyer raises orchids? It seems perhaps an... Read More

The Secret Sauce of Leadership

07/11/2016
DSC_61731By definition, a chef is the CEO of the kitchen. For this reason, the School of Culinary Arts at Kendall offers both associate and bachelor’s degree programs—we aim... Read More

When the Going Gets Tough…

06/16/2016
Kendall_3-5639In the culinary arts, success requires a unique blend of training and talent. As dean of the culinary arts program at Kendall, the students I work with are... Read More

Getting Ahead in Hospitality Management

04/12/2016
DSC_18341As dean of the School of Hospitality Management at Kendall, my open door policy allows me to interact with students on a daily basis and to keep my finger... Read More

Making Personal Connections Across the Globe

04/07/2016
BUS Course (1)Becoming a "global citizen" may be a popular concept, but it’s a reality in Cindy McCarthy’s School of Business classes. The core-contributing faculty member has designed her courses... Read More

Lookout for these 2016 Food and Beverage Trends

01/14/2016
2016-new-year-ss-1920As the New Year begins, everyone wants to know one thing. What is going to be BIG in 2016?  Kendall College faculty members from the School of Culinary... Read More

COP21 and Green Hospitality: Predictions for 2016

12/09/2015
5DA_7080-XLThis December the World’s leaders are meeting in Paris to set goals for limiting global warming to within 2 degrees Celsius of pre-industrial levels.  What could this mean for the... Read More

Recipe: Tradition Meets Reinvention for Cooking this Fall with Pasta Alla Chitarra and Rabbit in the Tuscan Style

11/13/2015
For generations, food has been the center of many family and community celebrations.  Often, traditions are passed down through families and the resulting recipes come to represent both heritage and history. The Culinary Arts Program at Kendall College teaches a... Read More

Event Planners in Hospitality Take Note: US Bureau of Labor Says Future Looks Promising

10/29/2015
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of meeting, convention, and event planners is projected to grow 33 percent from 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations.  U.S. News & World Report... Read More
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