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Career Advice from Certified Master Chef Gerald Ford

• Content sponsored by TABASCO® •   Roast chicken, mashed potatoes and green beans. It may be humble, but it was the meal that gave Gerald Ford a big...

Food Historians Look to the Past for a Taste of the Future

  This story originally appeared in the Spring 2017 issue of Sizzle Magazine. Click here to read more Sizzle stories. By Suzanne Hall Few professions are as...

What Does it Take to Be a Restaurant Manager?

by Suzanne Hall   Culinarians who don’t want to spend all day (or all night) in the kitchen but still want to be part of a...

5 Reasons All Students Should Belong to a Professional Organization

  It's a common refrain: "Young people don't join associations anymore." LinkedIn makes it easy to network; new techniques are easily learned on YouTube. But...

Culinary in the Courtroom: Three Famous Cases Involving Food

  Why are tomatoes legally considered a vegetable? How much air is too much in a package of candy? Do you need to have a...
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Join the battle for space breakfast with the ACF and NASA

  High school students United with NASA to Create Hardware (HUNCH) began 16 years ago with three schools producing hardware training items for the International...

5 Mistakes Famous Cookbook Authors Made (and How to Avoid Them)

Avoid missteps and wrong assumptions that could foil your first cookbook. By Jody Shee As chefs in a media-focused world, you might have felt driven to...

Sobering Up with the World’s Best Bartender

  by Amy Paturel, MS, MPH Jack McGarry was only 23 in 2013 when Tales of the Cocktail named him International Bartender of the Year. It was...

How you can help local kids eat healthier this October

  Childhood Nutrition Day, celebrated each year on Oct. 16, focuses on the need for education about childhood hunger, proper nutrition and obesity issues. Since...