Already a Wine Educator in Her Own Right, Gastronomy Master’s Student Outlines the Terminology Key to Tasting

Marie-Louise Friedland wants to demystify and democratize the world of wine-tasting. And she’s doing it through language.

Friedman is a sommelier at Rebel Rebel, an all-fun-no-fuss natural wine bar in Somerville, Massachusetts’ Union Square. She’s also pursuing her MA in Gastronomy through BU MET’s unique program, which boasts unique access to BU’s Programs in Food & Wine, where you can take multi-level certification courses under the instruction of a certified Master of Wine.

Gastronomy Director Elias Explains Role of Nostalgia Amid Gas Stove Controversy on NPR

Metropolitan College Associate Professor and Director of Gastronomy Megan Elias isn’t one to shy away from a hot-button issue. And with debates about the merits, drawbacks, and potential regulation of gas and electric induction stoves ongoing nationally, the food studies scholar and cultural historian was invited to make a radio appearance on NPR The Colin McEnroe Show to lend her perspective into why where we cook matters so much to us.