Culinary Arts Program 25th Anniversary: March 25

Description

Led by Julia Child and Jacques Pépin, Boston University’s Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts was launched in 1989. The intensive semester-long program introduced students to international cuisine and classic French cooking techniques while under the careful guidance of master chefs.

Today, the Culinary Arts Program maintains this essential core while continuously reflecting changes in the preparation and business of food. Students benefit from the tutelage of highly respected professional chefs in our state-of-the-art test kitchen.

To honor twenty five years of exemplary culinary education, we’re showcasing select past and present instructors who have contributed to making this distinguished, one-of-a-kind program an outstanding success. An entire generation of students has made a mark in the food industry thanks to the renowned chefs, instructors, and industry experts teaching in the Culinary Arts Program.

Join us for these special anniversary events and enjoy the fruits of twenty-five years of culinary arts cultivation. Our celebrated chef-instructors will recreate their favorite recipes and serve a sumptuous multicourse meal paired with wine as they discuss their adventures and experiences in the culinary arts.

Chris Douglass: Ashmont Grill; Tavolo
Jeffrey Fournier: 51 Lincoln; Waban Kitchen
Michael Leviton: Lumière; Area Four
Barry Maiden: Hungry Mother; State Park
Janine Sciarappa: independent pastry instructor
Jeremy Sewall: Island Creek Oyster Bar; Eastern Standard; Lineage; Row 34
John Vhynanek: goodcooking.com

To register for both evenings, February 25 & March 25, at the discounted rate of $300 please call 617-353-9852.

Cost

  • General Public: $175.00

Instructor

Meetings

Meets at Boston University: 808 Commonwealth Ave., Demonstration Room, Room 117 at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 (1 meeting)

  • Tuesday, March 25, 2014