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Juliet Faas

Juliet Faas

Juliet Faas is a first-year Culinary Arts major at JWU Providence. The New Jersey native posts recipes + culinary excursions on her blog, PaleoRebel.

Recent Posts by Juliet Faas:

Slice of Life: Chef Matthew Britt’s Passion for Culinary

“I sort of accidentally stumbled upon this career.” When Matthew Britt began working as a dishwasher at the age of 15, little did he know the culinary field would change his life forever. Britt is a culinary arts instructor at JWU Providence’s College of Culinary Arts. He teaches a range of courses, including Cooking in the Global Marketplace (a freshman year lab,) and many junior/senior labs.

Pressure, Excitement and Focus: My Culinary Day in the Life

Four-thirty in the morning. That’s when my eyes flutter open and my ears hear the piercing alarm going off. Although it’s early, I can’t help but feel excited for what the day is about to bring! Every day, from Monday to Thursday, I start my day at 4:30am and get ready for a productive day in my sophomore labs.

Hard Work Pays Off: My First-Year Experience

Juliet Faas has made it her mission to take part in as much as she possibly can during her eventful first year at JWU Providence’s College of Culinary Arts. In her latest blog post, she writes about what it was like to be an Early Enrollment student at JWU, and reflect on how much she’s grown as a person and as a future chef. Read on:

Celebrating the Cranberry Harvest with the Club of Culinary Excellence

I can’t think of a better way to kick off the start of Fall than by participating in a cooking demo at the 14th annual Cranberry Harvest Celebration in Wareham, Massachusetts, which celebrates the history and cultivation of the Massachusetts state berry. I took part in the event as a member of the Club of Culinary Excellence, an amazing student-run club here at JWU Providence that focuses on helping students level up their craft through skills sessions and cooking demos.