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Inside Kendall

Hawaiian-Style Salmon Poke

04/11/2017
By Chef Christopher Quirk, a chef instructor in the School of Culinary Arts In Hawaii, poke (pronounced po-kay) is considered an everyman’s food. It’s something you find as a roadside staple or prepared on a beach very simply—it’s typically diced... Read More

Breaking Down Barriers in Our Classrooms

04/03/2017
By Sapna Mangal and Deb Popely, associate professors in the School of Hospitality Management What does it mean when someone says, “We live in a global society”? We take the subject very seriously at Kendall because we have such a... Read More

Paving Her Way to a Successful Career in Hospitality

03/22/2017
Ashley Rigsbee has been motivated to succeed professionally since she was a child watching her mother overcome major obstacles as a single mother. “She embraced her talent and emerged from an urban environment to become a successful business woman,” she... Read More

Developing Our Students to Be Ready for the World

03/07/2017
By Ryan Bartelmay, Dean of General Education Students at Kendall College are razor focused on their professional goals. Whether they want to don a white chef coat, join the management team of a hotel, educate children, or launch their own businesses,... Read More

Cooking around the World in Our Café

03/02/2017
By Thomas Meyer, a chef instructor in the School of Culinary ArtsKC2017Photos1COLOR-1781 When students walk in to the café for lunch, they have an opportunity to take a “trip” around the... Read More

Educating Students and Herself

02/22/2017
Presidential Scholarship recipient Kaylee Peters, who recently began earning a B.A. in Early Childhood Education with a concentration in Special Education at Kendall, shares why continuing her education is so important to her work as an assistant director... Read More

From Chicago to Honolulu

02/18/2017
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

02/14/2017
By Dr. Águeda Benito, Kendall’s Provost When Deborah Johnson opened Restoring the Seed Childcare & Community Center in djohnson2014, she was filling a need for basic resources in the 10th Ward of... Read More

The Knife & Kitchen Tool Guide

02/09/2017
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

02/07/2017
By Joe Campagna This 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
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