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The Hocking College Experience

Agroecology Students Host Farm-to-Table Event

by Tracey A. Maine

On Wednesday, October 10, 2019, students in Hocking College’s Agroecology department held a Farm-to-Table brunch at historic Robbins Crossing from 11AM-Noon.

A Farm-to-Table event is a unique dining experience that encourages guests to sample foods that have all been grown, processed and prepared locally.  

Five Cool New Jobs in the Culinary Industry

by Tim Brunicardi

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the prospects for prospective chefs and head cooks are literally boiling over! This trend is also supported by the following figures from the BLS:

October is National Vegetarian Month

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

Start a life-changing journey by becoming a vegetarian this October. You'll quickly be able to see the health benefits of becoming a vegetarian as well as how it is beneficial to the world.

Local Celebrity Chef Began Her Journey at Hocking, Returns for Homecoming

by Tim Brunicardi

By the age of eight, Maureen “Moe” Michels knew exactly what she wanted to do when she grew up... own her own restaurant.

A native of Painesville, Ohio, Michels passion for cooking was inspired by her mother who was a Home Economics teacher and the fact that she came from a very large family. Her family was so big that a typical Thanksgiving Day dinner at her home required place settings for up to 60 guests.

Things To Do Near Hocking College in July

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think of July? For us, fireworks! While there are several firework displays happening this month, there's also a lot of other events taking place as well.

Adventures Abroad: Hocking College Culinary Students Depart For Italy

by Tim Brunicardi

Thirteen students from Hocking College's Culinary Program and Master Chef Vincenzo “Enzo” Sclama departed for a trip to Northern Italy on Sunday, May 26.

Village Bakery Scholarship Program Targets Entrepreneurs

by Tim Brunicardi

If you’re a culinary arts student who aspires to one day own your own food-oriented business, then perhaps you should apply for the Village Bakery Aspire-To-Be Scholarship Program.

A Beginner's Guide to Craft Beer Food Pairings

by Tim Brunicardi

With craft beer sales now accounting for more than 23% of the $111.4 billion U.S. beer market, it is no surprise that food and craft beer pairings are now pretty popular.

Don't believe me? Just check out any Eventbrite page in any major city and you'll find a collection of craft beer events ranging from donut pairings, to cupcake pairings, to entree pairings.

Whether you're looking to host your own pairing, or are genuinely interested in learning more about craft brewing, you first need to undertstand the nuances of beer flavors.

Hocking College Receives Two Large Donations From Century National Bank

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

NOTE: This article was originally written by Grace Warner for the Logan Daily News on March 14, 2019.

Job Opportunities For Female Chefs Are On The Rise

by Tim Brunicardi

Culinary history was made when Chef Dominique Crenn is best known for gaining three Michelin stars for her restaurant, Atelier Crenn, in San Francisco, CA. Three Michelin stars is the highest accolade that can be awarded.

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