The Certificate Program in Cheese Studies offered by BU MET was recently featured on WCVB Channel 5’s Chronicle, as part of a survey of cheese education opportunities in and around Boston.
Learn to Make the Perfect Crème Caramel in Televised Lesson from Pastry Chef Instructor Thiago Silva
You might think that Chef Thiago Silva would be satisfied owning and operating his own renowned bake shop—the Newton, Massachusetts bakery Salt Patisserie—as well as serving sweets to the stars.
From May 31 through June 3, 2023, Boston University’s campus was abuzz with culinary scholars, foodies, and explorers of gastronomic traditions from near and far attending the 2023 Conference of the Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS) and the Agriculture, Food & Human Values Society (AFHVS).
In BU MET’s Professional Pastry Arts Program, students learn the concrete skills and acumen they need to launch a career in baking and the food industry, taught by expert instructors with a deep, practiced history of success in the field.
When Jacques Pépin was making his bones in the Parisian kitchens of the 1950s, being tasked with preparing the perfect French omelet was a test chefs would use to judge the technique and mastery of their young counterparts.
Thanks to Hands-On Instruction, BU’s New Pastry Arts Program Makes the Perfect Preparation to Launch a Career in Food
In January 2023, Boston University’s Programs in Food & Wine launches a new, on-campus Professional Pastry Arts Program, which equips students with the skills they need to launch a career in baking and the greater food industry.
As an alum of Boston University’s MA in Gastronomy and Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts, Claudia Catalano (MET’16) is well versed in the intersection between what we eat and what it means to our environment. In addition to running her own personal chef service, Wild Carrot, Catalano writes about food professionally, and in a […]
Acclaimed restauranteur Jody Adams, a core chef in BU MET’s Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts, was recently interviewed by the Boston Globe, where she offered her thoughts on Boston’s current restaurant scene, changing neighborhoods, and what it was like keeping businesses afloat during the global pandemic. Adams, one of the many accomplished industry professionals […]
Before earning her master’s in Gastronomy at BU’s Metropolitan College, Tie Whittaker (MET’12) stepped away from a looming career in law to follow a more sincere passion: to be a pastry chef. It started in the kitchens of her grandmothers, Whittaker says. “I had decided that I wanted to keep my grandmothers’ recipes alive—that was […]
Kevin O’Donnell, a chef instructor in the Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts at Metropolitan College, recently joined author Andrew Friedman for an interview on his podcast, Andrew Talks to Chefs. In the conversation, O’Donnell chronicles his long career in the kitchen, which has allowed him to travel all over the world, living in places […]