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Will the Real Chef Jacques LaM Please Stand Up?

You know you’re in for a wild ride your dinner ticket reads “YOLO.” Last night, JWU Providence alum Will Gilson’s restaurant Puritan & Company hosted the aptly-named “Most Soigné Dinner Ever” as an early reveal of pseudonymous Instagram sensation Chef Jacques La Merde prior to a televised unveiling on “Top Chef.”

Got Resolutions? 10 Ways to Eat Healthier This January (And Beyond)

Registered dietitian and JWU Providence Assistant Professor Chef Jonathan Poyourow making healthy pumpkin pancakes with his sous chef, son Sean.

After a busy and food-filled holiday season, many of us make January a time to cut back, take stock and re-prioritize.

Not sure where to start with your New You resolutions? JWU culinary nutrition experts and staff members from various campus departments share 10 tips to make 2016 a healthier, stress-free year.

Miami Chef of the Year Brad Kilgore Returns to JWU

Chef Brad Kilgore (right) with JWU North Miami CULINARY Dean BRUCE Ozga and scholarship recipient Andrea Leiva.

Chef Brad Kilgore’s restaurant Alter was an immediate sensation when it opened in early 2015.

Vogue called Kilgore “one of Miami’s great talents,” and Alter took home two Eater Miami Awards for “Restaurant of the Year” and “Chef of the Year.”

The '06 Denver alum recently spoke at JWU’s North Miami Campus as a Distinguished Visiting Chef. He also demoed one of his signature dishes, octopus with black quinoa, yuzu, celeriac “dulce de leche” and Béarnaise.