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Holli Keyser

Recent Posts by Holli Keyser:

An Army Sergeant’s Healing Journey to JWU Denver

Kenneth Sargent '19 never thought he’d walk again after a rocket attack shattered 3 bones in his spine while on deployment in Iraq. Even doctors told the Army staff sergeant that he’d probably spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair.

Fast forward 7 years, Sargent proved everyone wrong — including himself. Sargent not only learned to walk again, he’s practically running marathons as a chef-in-training at Johnson & Wales University’s Denver Campus.

From ‘MasterChef’ to JWU Denver, Thanks to an Amazing Offer from Gordon Ramsay

A dream come true? Gabriel Lewis may have been eliminated from “MasterChef” Season 8, but he walked away a big time winner. Noting his ambition and talent, Chef Gordon Ramsay is personally funding Gabriel’s culinary education at Johnson & Wales University’s Denver Campus.

Celebrating #Canada150 with ‘Chopped’ Champion Trevor Ritchie

“Can anyone name any Canadian dishes?” Canadian “Chopped” champion Trevor Ritchie recently visited JWU Denver to discuss and demonstrate Canadian culinary flair. When students came back with a resounding answer of “poutine,” Chef Ritchie — chef-technologist at Toronto’s George Brown College — took the opportunity to spark a conversation about the meaning of “authentic” native cuisine.

Meet the Winners of the JWU Iron Chef + Great Bake Off Competitions

The heat was on for 7 Johnson & Wales University students who competed in the inaugural Great Bake Off and second annual Iron Chef competitions, sponsored by Compass Group and Hampton Creek and held on April 26. The universitywide event brought student competitors from all 4 campuses to compete at JWU Denver’s College of Culinary Arts and was broadcast live on Facebook.