If you're a lover of beer, chances are you typically enjoy your beverage ice cold and in a frosted glass -- but did you know that many chefs use beer in their recipes to add unique flavors to various dishes?
According to an article by the Food Network, beer adds a rich, earthy flavor to soups and stews that makes them taste like they've been simmering for hours.
Not sure what to get the student in your life who is studying one of our programs? Don't worry -- we've got you covered.
In this blog we will review gift ideas for those in the Workforce Development program.
Holiday shopping is expensive, especially when working within the shoe-string budget of a college student.
With the holiday season right around the corner, there is probably someone on your gift list who loves to cook or bake.
Eleven Hocking College Culinary students, Master Chef Vincenzo Sclama, and a chaperon spent two weeks exploring the country of Germany this past June.
Qualified culinary arts professionals are currently in high demand; however, becoming a member of this profession requires more than just a passion for cooking and baking. The following blog explains some of the physical requirements, what employers are looking for, and what your job opportunities will be should you decide to follow this career path.
If your goal is to become a culinary arts professional, then Hocking College’s Culinary Arts program will teach you all the skills you need to succeed in this competitive field.