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Culinary Arts Degrees, Certificates and Diplomas

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Check out this great overview of the different types of culinary diplomas that are out there.


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If you want to learn alot about culinary then this is a good article to start. What I learned from reading this article was that most culinary programs can be completed anywhere between nine and twenty four months. I also didn't know that you can be a bartender with an associates degree. I think having a brewry would be something I'm interested in.

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An Insight To Culinary Industr

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Culinary arts and culinary management programs are two different branches of same industry. Learn about the tip to tail of culinary domain and explore the world of food industry. 

 

 


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This article outlines the difference between culinary arts and culinary management. One difference between the two is that culinary arts is an advanced method of culinary education while culinary management is specifically the managenment stuff to know about culinary. 

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Tenika Wentworth's curator insight, January 10, 2014 3:00 PM

A lot goes into the Culinary business. If you want to go into the culinary management you need to do well with not just eating food and cooking minimal meals, you need to be able to balance the financial aspects just as well as inventing new recipes. There are also different types of chefs in the business such as a Desserts and pastry chef, baker, or a food and beverage director.

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Guide to Culinary Arts Degrees

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Culinary Arts programs are designed to prepare students for careers in restaurant service, cooking and baking. They use hands-on experience and classroom instruction to learn not only practical skills but real world skills they can use in the workplace. For the most part, students have a choice of three culinary art degrees to select from.

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This article taught me about associate, bachelors, and masters degrees. It told me some places you could work with each of those degrees. This is good to know because i didnt know where you could work with those degrees and now I do. 

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Janet Jacobs's curator insight, March 11, 2014 1:46 PM

Cooking! Baking! Food!


If these words excite you, you'll want to read this guide to culinary arts degrees: http://ow.ly/utEio ;


#culinaryarts #cooking #cookingcareer #yum

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Cooking the Culinary Classics

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There are some foods that never go out of style! Culinary classics are foods that are renowned the world over as superior tasting and that make wonderful presentations. Learning to cook even a few of the culinary classics will insure that you always have a staple that pleases the masses ready to cook for any occasion.
Most culinary classics are deceptively simple to master and typically contain only a few ingredients. Using the freshest ingredients helps to insure the integrity of the dish. 

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This article talked to me about three culinary classic dishes. I didn't know that these classics start with basic foods like chicken and wild mushrooms.

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How Formal Training in Culinary Arts Enhances Your Working Experience

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Formal trainings obtained from culinary arts schools induce organizational and leadership skills within you. A Perfect mix of creativity with fundamental culinary skills helps you to succeed in the profession of culinary industry.


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I learned about certificates, associate, bachelor and diploma degrees.

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Christien Virdell's curator insight, May 31, 2014 10:36 PM

I learned about certificates, associate, bachelor, and diploma degrees. I learned that most of the time the course names will have the same names but the curriculum varies depending on the school. And this article also taught me that with formal training youll potientially be able to get any job in the world.

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What Can I Do with a Culinary Degree?

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You are the one who started cooking at the age of four. You watched your mom prepare your breakfast. Once you began eating more than cereal or oatmeal, you couldn’t wait to have a turn in the kitchen. It didn’t matter to you if you were only making buttered toast, you were determined to get in there and make your own delectable delights. Fast forward, you are now preparing for college and want to get a culinary degree. What can you do with a culinary degree? Are you limited to just cooking?
Careers with a Culinary Degree

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What I learned from this article was some of the differnt culinary career options that are out there if you have a culinary degree. Three options that were mentioned were a food stylist, a caterer. or a nutrionalist. I think being a food stylist would be cool because you get to entertain as well as have fun with the food.

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Janet Jacobs's curator insight, February 26, 2014 7:17 PM

You are the one who started cooking at the age of four. You watched your mom prepare your breakfast. Once you began eating more than cereal or oatmeal, you couldn’t wait to have a turn in the kitchen. It didn’t matter to you if you were only making buttered toast, you were determined to get in there and make your own delectable delights. Fast forward, you are now preparing for college and want to get a culinary degree. What can you do with a culinary degree? Are you limited to just cooking?


- See more at: http://culinarydegreelink.com/what-can-i-do-culinary-degree#formPage_1

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Culinary Schools

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Discover the culinary schools and tools you need to pursue a cooking career.

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This article just talks about the different top culinary schools around the nation. I learned that Le Cordon Bleu and The Art Institutes are two of the top five best or top schools to go to. Thats good to know considering the fact that I've been researching about both of those schools.

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Janet Jacobs's curator insight, February 21, 2014 1:24 PM

Have you been thinking about becoming a professional chef? Make it happen with this helping resource: 

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What is the Salary of a Culinary Degree?

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The standard culinary degree salary depends on many factors, which vary widely from position to position as well as the chosen location.  For a degree in culinary arts, you need to do a lot of hard work. You must focus and study every detail of the subject.Once you complete the degree, you will be able to apply for culinary positions in reputed hotels, restaurants and institutions. It is an art and that demands cherished dedication to the study of food and cooking.

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I learned that the highest paid culinary professionals are executive pastry chefs and food scientists. I  also learned that your pay is different depending on the location you work and your wages are higher if you work at a popular hotel or restaurant and can work under stress in the kitchen.

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Janet Jacobs's curator insight, February 19, 2014 5:56 PM

. In the culinary industry, you’ll notice a clear difference between culinary professional salaries.  What is the standard Culinary Degree Salary?

   - See more at: http://culinarydegreelink.com/what-salary-culinary-degree#formPage_1

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Culinary Classes

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Here is a interesting web page I stumbled onto that reviews culinary arts programs.


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From this article, I learned that traditional culinary arts programs focus on some of these fundamentals; cooking, food presentation, and kitchen management skills. I also learned that the most popular acedemic credentials are degrees and certificates.

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Making Career in Culinary Industry

There are ample of opportunities in the field of culinary. Attaining right education from a good culinary school can help you grab a great job. An individual looking forward to make a career in this field must have to look into different aspects.


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Its important to make a name in your culinary path. If you want to be a top chef, you have to stand out. Also, you should try to get your name known before anyone looks at your resume.

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Considering a Career in Baking and Pastry Arts

Get detailed information about various things to be considered while choosing a career in baking and pastry arts. There are many career opportunities available in this field, but before that, you should have the knowledge about baking and pastry arts by going into one of the top culinary schools.

 

 


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This article gave me plenty of options of careers I can choose from. The careers go anywhere for working a grocery store to working at a fine dining restaurant. I don't think I want to go to college and get a degree just to work at a grocery store.

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Culinary Careers - Studying to Become a Sous Chef

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Sous chefs are professionals pursuing a career in the culinary arts while working under the expert tutelage of executive chefs.

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This article talks specifically about becoming a sous chef and the requirements it takes to become one. Most sous chefs have formal eduacation and work experience to advance in the culinary field. Its also important to gain the right proper work experience.

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Opting for a right culinary school

If you have made your mind of becoming a top chef, there is a need to follow the right path for attaining the goal. There are several culinary schools that train student on how to become a successful chef. But it is vital to take admission in the one which hones the skills and also make you efficient.


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How Formal Training in Culinary Arts Enhances Your Working Experience

How Formal Training in Culinary Arts Enhances Your Working Experience | Skateboarding | Scoop.it

Formal trainings obtained from culinary arts schools induce organizational and leadership skills within you. A Perfect mix of creativity with fundamental culinary skills helps you to succeed in the profession of culinary industry.


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Christien Virdell's insight:

I learned about certificates, associate, bachelor, and diploma degrees. I learned that most of the time the course names will have the same names but the curriculum varies depending on the school. And this article also taught me that with formal training youll potientially be able to get any job in the world.

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Christien Virdell's curator insight, May 31, 2014 10:29 PM

I learned about certificates, associate, bachelor and diploma degrees.

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How to Become a Successful Baker or Pastry Chef

To get a specialization in baking and pastry arts, you need to earn a degree in baking and pastry arts from one of the reputed culinary arts schools. Many years of working experience in this industry will sharpen the cooking skills to become a perfectionist.


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This article brought to my attention different qualities you need to be successful. Some of the qualities were paying attention to details, stamina, customer relations, and creativity. I feel like I am pretty good with all of those listed qualities but i can most definetly improve on everyone of them. 

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Detailed Information about Culinary Management Programs

Get detailed information about what are the essentials required to make a career in culinary arts industry. There are various culinary management programs and courses available that are helpful to learn, cook and experience the knowledge into this industry.

 

 


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This article was very insightful. It explained to me about culinary management. I learned about two different degrees that are possible to get; an associates and a bachelors degree. It also talked about salary expectations. 

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How to Earn an Associate of Culinary Arts and Personal Services Degree

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Preparation of great food is an art. Culinary arts professionals help in the cooking of food for cafeterias, restaurants, hotels, educational institutions, hospitals and many other places. Culinary professionals may focus on a specific dish or a variety of others depending on their training. 

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This artcile taught me that the demand for culinary arts and professional services vary. It talked about how personal services cources have certifacte, diploma, degree masters and PhD available for students. Any personal services professionals have to get a liscence in the stae they want to work in.

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Janet Jacobs's curator insight, May 6, 2014 12:21 PM

How to Earn an Associate of Culinary Arts and Personal Services Degree

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How To Prepare For A Career In Culinary Arts

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Have you ever considered a career in culinary arts? If you are interested in the culinary arts, you will find that there are lots of opportunities for people in this profession. Due to the increasing demand for various types of food, there will always be a need for cooks in various food outlets, hotels, and restaurants.


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The most important piece of information that I took out of this article was that completing an internship and joining the appropriate associations is very important for a successful career in culinary arts because it opens many doors for you in the culinary world.

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Tenika Wentworth's curator insight, January 10, 2014 12:41 PM

Reading this article makes me think about if I really do want to go into culinary arts. In it, they say that cooking is completely different than cooking in a commercial kitchen. You have more people to deal with, during rush hour, so it can get pretty heated. I guess if I can handle pressure well then the job shouldn't be as bad.

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7 Reasons To Attend Culinary School

7 Reasons To Attend Culinary School | Skateboarding | Scoop.it
When you decide to learn cooking from a top culinary school, you can do so for a variety of reasons. You have to decide if you are doing it because you want cooking to be your profession, or you simply want to learn more about your passion.

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I learned that the better the school you attend then your access to better jobs in the area is higher than if your were to attend a lower end school. I also learned that going to a culinary school helps you establish wheather your interested in culinary just for the arts or the profession.

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hunter christopher armstrong's curator insight, February 18, 2014 12:28 PM

Choosing wether or not youre interested in a career in the culinary field is a big decision. What you learn here cannot be applied in any other field of work. A career with culinary can earn you a great salary, shot to become a celebrity chef, being your own boss, traveling the world, trying new flavors, and above all else, teach you to cook.  

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How to be a Chef?

Finding a job in the culinary industry is a hard nut to crack. One has to seek formal education from a reputed college to gain exposure of various aspects related to culinary field.


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I learned that one of the key elements in becoming a top chef is you have to be able to maintain food saftey throughout the kitchen. I also learned that you should take any opportunity you get to study outside of the US so you can learn how the food should taste and the proper techniques to prepare the food.

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