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Culinary Institute of America: Cooking Bloopers & Outtakes

Saturday, August 7th, 2010

In this video, Epi-sode #8, viewers can laugh along with a compilation of outtakes of the culinary student bloggers that captures their wacky, sometimes naughty, antics—and Jared showing off his pecs.

Titled “Inside the CIA,” from, the series is a behind-the-scenes experience featuring four chefs-in-training at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, who shoot videos and blog about campus life while in pursuit of their Baking and Culinary Arts degrees.

Duration : 0:3:38


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ASL cooking show

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

This was a project me and a freind did for school involving sign laguage. we made a new york cheese cake.

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james st cooking school

Sunday, August 1st, 2010

promo vid about our hands on cooking classes held in Brisbane, Australia

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POT & PANS – ghetto pothead cooking show (episode 1)

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Crazy NY Latino cook, “El Chefe” shows you how to tackle your late night munchie cravings with his “creative” ways to use ordinary items from your fridge while pumpin his favorite Reggaeton. He may get distracted from time to time but his meals are worth the wait! Today’s episode: The Lucky Charms Burrito. *The show is 90% improvised dialogue*

Duration : 0:9:38


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Jolene Sugarbaker Cooking Classes Commercial

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Jolene Sugarbaker teaches for Fairfax County Public Schools Adult And Community education.
This commercial was put together to highlight my two cooking classes in 2003. Jolene teaches more cooking classes this Fall 2006! Check her website at

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Authors@Google: Masaharu Morimoto

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Iron Chef Morimoto Visited Google’s NYC campus on November 12, 2007 to discuss his new book “The New Art of Japanese Cooking”. He also gave an entertaining cooking demonstration and answered Googler’s questions.

About the Chef:
Born in Hiroshima, Japan, Iron Chef Japanese Masaharu Morimoto trained in a sushi restaurant before moving to the U.S. in 1985 at the age of 30. After working in several restaurants, he joined the highly acclaimed Nobu restaurant in New York City.

Morimoto polished his craft in New York’s melting pot and became a state-of-the-art world chef. His cutting-edge cuisine attracted the attention of Iron Chef’ producers, who invited him to become a Japanese Iron Chef. His skill, which outshines the trademark diamond stud in his left ear, has been recognized all around the world. While his cooking has Japanese roots, it’s actually “global cooking” for the 21st century. His unique fusion cuisine takes advantage of Japanese color combinations and aromas and uses Chinese spices and simple Italian ingredients, while maintaining a refined French style of presentation.
Morimoto opened his own restaurant, Morimoto, in Philadelphia in 2002 and a second one in New York City in 2006.

About the Book – Morimoto: The New Art of Japanese Cooking:
Recipes like Sushi Rice Risotto, Morimoto Bouillabaisse, and Bagna Cauda with Crab Naan and Eggplant Shigiyaki (a kind of eggplant parmesan with mozzarella and red miso sauce) all merge Japanese ingredients with Italian, French and even Indian classics. In addition to the restaurant style of many of the recipes, the book also features several recipes made on Iron Chef, which were originally accomplished in under one hour.

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Chef Rocco DiSpirito

Saturday, July 24th, 2010

Secrets from the Heart of Italy

How to Bring That Authentic Italian Experience Home

WHAT: Celebrity Chef and TV personality Rocco DiSpirito recently traveled through Tuscany, filming the online series “Into the Heart of Italy,” with Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei and television personality Dan Cortese. Rocco will share culinary secrets the trio of Italian-Americans learned while in Italy, bringing a taste of Italy straight to your dining room.

Specifically, Rocco will show viewers how to cook an authentic Italian meal with simple ingredients that won’t take hours to prepare. He’ll share some of his favorite shortcut foods, as well as give tips for creating a dining experience worthy of a Tuscan restaurant. Rocco will also share some stories from his time filming on-location in Italy for this new culinary adventure — part Amazing Race and part Top Chef.

WHO: Rocco DiSpirito — #1 on the NY Times Bestseller List for his new cookbook, Now Eat This!, which will be sent ahead of the interview.

Note – This interview is provided by Bertolli Frozen Meals

Duration : 0:5:58


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Per Se – New York, NY

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Thomas Keller and Jonathan Benno talk about the award-winning NYC restaurant. Get more info about Per Se on Savory Cities:

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Jill Prescott’s PBS Burgundy Cooking Class Part 3

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Jill Prescott’s Website : for professional cooking for the home chef.


Jill Prescott will inspire you with possibilities as you embrace the history, passion, quality, and tradition of French cuisine. Jill considers it her greatest gift to be able to share her craft with the utmost dedication to quality, the highest standards, the finest products and ingredients and the meticulous methods from which undeniable culinary perfection is created.

The Jill Prescott Culinary Events are a tribute to the experiences and traditions passed down to Jill by fellow chefs, mentors and artisan food producers she has encountered on her vast culinary journey. Her respect and admiration for how her dear friends, these artisans, love and honor their crafts is the maxim upon which her programs are built.

Jill received formal training at several prestigious Parisian and Italian culinary schools, and has returned to Europe over 20 times continuing to study, travel and immerse herself in the culture, earning advanced diplomas, certifications and working side by side with the culinary artisans of France.

When you step into a Jill Prescott class or an event, you will experience first hand the atmosphere, quality, techniques and ambiance found in the prestigious culinary schools of France. Jill will share her experiences and her skill, without intimidation but with painstaking care as she works to preserve and pass along the principles she has herself been taught by those that she most admires.

It is an experience like no other, because it is built on her knowledge, dedication, passion and principle like no other recreational culinary program in the country.

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Culinary Creations Two Day Cooking Class

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Culinary Creations Cooking Classes Chef Jay and the entire Culinary Creations Team are pleased to announce the Two Day Culinary Creations Cooking Classes.

These classes are designed for the beginner to intermediate home chef.
Culinary Creations Cooking Classes take place Friday and Saturday in a city near you. Currently scheduled to be in: Charlotte, North Carolina Richmond, Virginia Houston, Texas, Los Angeles, California Baltimore, Maryland Raleigh, North Carolina and other cities TBA This two day class will give you the tools needed to enhance your flavor pallet. This is an interactive experience that will keep you involved and informed the entire time. Each day will include culinary and pastry segments.

Visit and click the Cooking Classes link to pre-register for the city of your choice. Hope to see you there.

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