Challah at ICE

How to Make Challah Bread

The traditionally braided bread is symbolic in Jewish culture, often consumed on Fridays for Shabbat. It's among the decorated breads covered in our Pastry & Baking Arts program as well as the Artisan

Cottage pie

Chef Barry's Cottage Pie

"It's a fermented product so I use it for umami, which gives body and depth of flavor," he says. "You can add a few drops to any meat-based recipe to boost flavor, and it's really good in a cheese

Wild Salmon with Citrus and Chickpeas

Feel Good Food: Wild Salmon with Citrus and Chickpeas

Salmon is packed full of nutrients: omega-3 fatty acids, protein, vitamin B and potassium amongst many others. I married this with a lightly marinated raw zucchini, which is excellent in helping with

Roasted Acorn Squash with Omega Seeds

Feel Good Food: Roasted Acorn Squash with Omega Seeds

It is no secret that the food we eat plays a vital role in our everyday functions. Your brain is one engine that is constantly running. The fuel that your body relies on has strong effects on the

Carrot, Apple and Coconut Cookies

Carrot and Apple Cookies for Kids

Facing this new challenge while trying to work from home or stressing about if there is a job waiting for you when this is all over, does not help. However, it’s important that these little people don

Bruleed Grapefruit Salmon with Cauliflower-Cilantro Puree

Bruleed Grapefruit Salmon with Cauliflower-Cilantro Puree

This week, a Health-Supportive Culinary Arts student at our New York campus and the founder of Prep Creative, Julianna Abdallah, submitted a bright and balanced seafood dish and shared her creative

Halibut and sunchoke dish

Halibut Shines with Sunchoke Three Ways

Both ingredients have had their culinary limelight shunned, but together they shine. Changing perceptions of delicious ingredients is something I believe to be critical in food research and

Lorighittas in Butternut Squash Sauce

Lorighittas in Butternut Squash Sauce

Lorighitta originated in Sardinia, an Italian island where the pasta has been passed down from generation to generation for centuries. It’s named after the Sardinian word for the iron rings used to

Roasted Root Vegetables with Hazelnuts, Cilantro and Garlic

Food for Boosting Immunity and Calming Nerves

Our Health-Supportive Culinary Arts program covers principles of food and healing during the final two modules, including boosting immunity as part of lesson 88. The curriculum explores what role

Hamentashen for Purim

Chef Lorne's Purim Hamentashen

The traditional fillings for Hamentashen are poppy seed (or “mun”), prune, or my favorite, apricot. The dough can include butter and cream cheese, but I use my grandmother’s recipe, which is an oil

Onion rings with homemade ranch dressing

Chef Frank's Gluten-Free Onion Rings

"Whenever I think of onion rings, I think of beer batter," Chef Frank explains while demonstrating his approach to the snack — you can use gluten-free beer or substitute seltzer if desired. He uses

Chef Palak's eggs

Chef Palak's Fancy, Fluffy Scrambled Eggs

"My scrambled eggs have a very unique technique — the eggs never hit a pan," Chef Palak entices, challenging us to see if we ever make the go-to dish with a pan again. She uses an egg topper and

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