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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.

Advice from James Beard Award-winning Restaurateur Barbara Lynch

James Beard Award-winning Boston restaurateur Barbara Lynch will be at JWU’s Providence Campus on April 18 for a very special Q&A followed by a book signing of her new memoir, “Out of Line: A Life of Playing with Fire” (Simon & Schuster). She will also be at the Denver Campus on May 13.

Coffee Talk with Coffee Analyst Spencer Turer '91

In 1994, Spencer Turer '91 received a job offer that would change the course of his career — as a general manager and barista at a brand-new Dean & DeLuca location in Philadelphia, Pa.

My Food-Filled Walk through Paris

Culinary arts & food service management student Apoorva Prakash ’17 spent 6 weeks at École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse in Paris this summer.

Here she takes us on a food-filled walk through some of her favorite Parisian neighborhoods.

French Lessons: My First Week at Paris’ École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse

Welcome to Paris! JWU Providence student Apoorva Prakash in front of the Eiffel Tower. All photos by Apoorva (Instagram).

Culinary arts & food service management student Apoorva Prakash ’17 is spending 6 weeks at École de Cuisine Alain Ducasse in Paris this summer.

Throughout the summer, she will be sharing regular dispatches detailing what it’s like to live and cook in the City of Lights. What follows are her first impressions of the École.