Keeping Up With: Cookouts, Oklahoma City and GrubHub

The Escoffier Online blog brings you industry news, the hottest cooking trends, cooking demonstrations, real chef tips, student news and testimonials, and much more. Our goal is to keep our subscribers connected and motivated with what is going on today in the culinary scene. Check out our newest posts of the week!

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Meet Your Advisor – Shannon
With our culinary and pastry programs being 100% online we think it is important for you to learn about our staff. Escoffier Online wants you to meet our associate director of admissions, Shannon Marzano. Shannon is outgoing and helps her students with any obstacles that may get in the way throughout the program. She enjoys helping students strive [Read More…]

Cookout In Style This Memorial Day
Even though the official start of the solstice is still weeks away, Memorial Day is traditionally seen as the kickoff to summer cookouts. People across the country are pulling out their grills, hauling bags of charcoal and getting ready for a day filled with family, friends and cooking up good ole’ American fare. After attending a [Read More…]

Seamless, GrubHub Joins Forces
Two top food delivery websites, GrubHub and Seamless LLC, announced on May 20 that they will merge to create a combined empire for food delivery services. The plans still have to be approved by U.S. regulators. “We have the luxury of having two amazing brands right now,” Matt Maloney, CEO and co-founder of GrubHub, told ABC [Read More…]

Chef Danny Bowien Returns To Oklahoma City
Mission Chinese Chef Danny Bowien will be in his hometown of Oklahoma City on May 26 and 27 to cook with Jonathon Stranger of Ludivine. The two will bring food to the masses to support efforts that aid Oklahoma tornado victims with food trucks, donation areas and a benefit planned for May 26 at the Myriad Botanical Gardens. [Read More…]

Asparagus: A Surprising Versatile Vegetable
Chances are when you were a kid, you probably didn’t care too much for asparagus because many people have a difficult time cooking it (no offense, mom). Novice chefs who are just starting to learn cooking online typically steam asparagus too long, leaving a mushy and watery vegetable without any flavor. However, when this springtime veggie is [Read More...]

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