Sometimes it’s toasted and buttered, sometimes it’s part of a dessert, but simple raisin bread—loved throughout North America, Europe and Australia for generations—still can inspire and delight, as evidenced by our own Chef-Instructor Siddharth Mangalore at the fifth-annual America’s Best... Read More
View pictures from my trip to Brazil on Kendall's Facebook page.
Tonight I signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Brazilian Univeridade Anhembi Morumbi (UAM) at the US Counsel General’s home with Illinois Governor Pat Quinn as the “Honorary... Read More
Welcome to Brazil!
I am honored to have been selected by Illinois Governor Pat Quinn to participate in a trade delegation trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil on behalf of Kendall College.
Arriving in Sao Paulo on Sunday, I was immediately intrigued by... Read More
Kendall College President Emily Williams Knight will visit Brazil as part of a select delegation of business, education and government leaders from the State of Illinois invited by Governor Pat Quinn to participate in a trade mission seeking to... Read More
Seven students enrolled in the Kendall College School of Culinary Arts participated in the inaugural Cheese Learning Opportunity hosted by Emmi Roth USA based in Monroe, Wisconsin, June 25-29.
To be eligible, students had to submit a résumé with... Read More
The Illinois Senate and House have passed the “Sip and Spit” bill, which will allow hospitality and culinary students over the age of 18 to legally taste alcoholic beverages in the classroom, as long as they spit the drink out... Read More
By School of Business student Marissa Ochoa
Do you ever wonder what it takes to lead a project, manage a team and plan an event? BUS-250 Project Management offers the proper guidelines and knowledge to help students successfully do just that!... Read More
He’s been called an artisanal bread god, but Kendall College alumnus Mike Zakowski, (A.A.S., Culinary Arts, 1994) the owner of The Bejkr in Sonoma, Calif., says he just likes making bread. He may be humble, but that didn’t... Read More
Beverly Kim (A.A.S., Culinary Arts, 2000) has successfully cooked her way through a drama-filled season of Bravo’s hit reality show “Top Chef: Texas.”
She’s survived bullying about her preparation time and made meals from emergency kits using a portable... Read More
“I wake up and think about cooking,” says Jennifer Kim, a student in the School of Culinary Arts. “I talk about it all day at school. I go home and practice it every night. I go to bed and dream... Read More