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Behind the Scenes: Cooking Classes at the Institute of Culinary Education

Behind the Scenes Laura Togut 2 comments

We recently got take a look at some classes at the Institute of Culinary Education, which they offer to enthusiasts and aspiring professionals alike. Here's a look into two of the classes: a recreational one on Moroccan cooking, and a peak at the professional students in the Career Culinary Arts Class who were cooking up a lesson on classic Asian food. More

A Full Side of Beef with Master Butcher Rudi Weid

Chichi Wang 6 comments

[Photographs: Chichi Wang] Last week at the Institute of Culinary Education, master butcher Rudi Weid taught me to butcher as I'd never known before—beginning with a whole side of heifer, and ending with a seemingly infinite array of cuts.... More

Harry Potter and the Legend of the ICE Cooking Class

Grace Kang 12 comments

Instead of sleeping in last Saturday morning, I found myself sitting at a long table discussing the menu for the day. First, Hagrid's Stew had to be prepped for a two hour stay in the oven. Then onto Snape's... More

Slow Food NYC Holds a Pig Butchering Demo and Tasting at ICE

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Photographs by Allison Hemler. This past weekend at the Institute of Culinary Education, fifty wide-eyed Slow Food-ies gawked as Rudi Weid butchered a sustainably raised pig from Tamarack Hollow Farm in Vermont as part of Slow Food's "Nose to... More

Pichet Ong Gives Students A New Perspective on Sweet and Savory

Allison Hemler 4 comments

Maldon Salt. Chevre. Bacon. Basil. Arugula. Stilton Blue Cheese. Ever considered making desserts with any of these ingredients? P*ONG owner and pastry chef, Iron Chef America guest, and cookbook author Pichet Ong headed a class at the Institute of... More

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