FoodCentric - web series covering all relative news in food from business, events, politics, culture, and entertainment.
Small food business entrepreneurs Katie Kwan & Valerie Luu of Rice Paper Scissors, a pop-up cafe serving Vietnamese food located in San Francisco, share their vision to introduce food and fun to the hungry street food culture and how to connect heritage with their future in food.
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At Williams-Sonoma on Union Square guests and fans were excited to meet and greet the Fabulous Beekman Boys as they sign copies of their new book: The Bucolic Plague: How two Manhattanites became Gentleman Farmers.
ENG reporting on how the City College of San Francisco's Culinary Arts Dept.'s Kitchens find ways to become more sustainable with their resources. Chefs and Instructors guide students to reduce waste, prepare meals with less animal proteins, and to provide biodegradable to-go packaging. As culinary students they are becoming future food professionals that will learn the value of going green, and how to carry these ideas into the food service industry.
California Culinary Academy / Le Cordon Bleu program presents Inside the Chef's Studio at the Technique Restaurant.
On March 7, 2011, Kathy Eckhouse, Owner of La Quercia; Artisan Cured Meats, in Norwalk, Iowa was a guest speaker for the culinary students, and shared her story of how she started her company, the relationship between the product and traditional techniques and her company's endeavor to produce quality organic meats.
Inside the Williams-Sonoma on Union Square in San Francisco, at top the 3rd floor is the demo-kitchen where Jun Piñon of Piñon Design is teaching a Floral Design class; Jun's artistry with seasonal flowers create lavish centerpieces, and his innovative yet simple talent to craft fruits and vegetables into colorful and amazing displays pleases the eager learners to try these trick themselves.