There's a whiskey class and a new food pop-up this Thursday.
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They're doing some classes for non-professionals, and the first professional classes begin in January.
It's a three-part series of classes covering the fundamentals: acid, salt, fat, and heat.
Oakland: Two New York transplants bring Puerto Rican culture to the Bay Area masses with their Borinquen Soul food truck. [East Bay Express] Fillmore: Yoshi's, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary at both its S.F. and Oakland locations, faces a...
The classes will be limited to only fourteen students, and Daniel Patterson has signed on as a dean.
The Benu chef will be discussing the increasingly parallel technologies of cooking and bioscience.
The Food Craft Institute is taking applicants!
Well, it's more like it teaches them how to be super analytical and academic about food journalism in general.
The 'Times' highlights two summer day camps teaching Bay Area kids to cook.
Being an adventurous eater takes a big vocabulary, and primers are always handy. In case you were headed out for Ethiopian soon, take a look at Yumsugar's new glossary of ingredients and dish names, including the very samosa-like sambusa. [Yumsugar]...
Pim is teaching classes this summer at Love Apple Farms in Santa Cruz.
The Academie de Cuisine has been bilking Chinese immigrants for the better part of a year.
The only American-born chef with multiple Michelin three-star ratings has deigned to let his name be on some letterhead.
Andres translates as Adria discusses plans for his culinary think tank in San Sebastian.
The Marquee founder will discuss "the business of nightlife" to MBA students.
Three culinary students blog about their adventures on their school's behalf.
The "naked" chef teaches a classroom of six-year-olds what an eggplant looks like.
If you've spent many minutes of your life wondering what head cheese and porchetta really are, why not head over to Café Rouge for the first in their series of upcoming butchery classes: The Pig. Monday's class features Magruder Ranch...
The CIA will offer a wine and beverage certificate program in September.
A new school in the Basque region of Spain will formally teach molecular gastronomic techniques.