NECAT Celebrates Education with Super Bowl Champs

Published in She's Game Sports on May 2, 2014 | By Shanda Foster When was the last time you got to be a part of something life-changing? I mean, really life-changing. I got my chance, two weeks ago when I had the honor of attending the NECAT (New England Center of Arts and Technology) Culinary Cook off [...]

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At Johnson & Wales, there’s a doctor in the kitchen

By Karen Weintraub GLOBE CORRESPONDENT MAY 07, 2013 ...Chefs also need to take a more active role in the war against obesity, said Karl Guggenmos, dean of culinary education at Johnson & Wales. “We provide pleasure — that’s all we’ve been concerned with,” he says. “But we didn’t realize the damage that we cause. It’s [...]

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Karl Guggenmos named first chair of the American Culinary Federation Certification Commission

AMERICAN CULINARY FEDERATION PRESS RELEASE Karl Guggenmos Named ACF Certification Commission Chair St. Augustine, Fla., Jan. 9, 2008 — As part of its continuing efforts to maintain the highest professional standards, the American Culinary Federation, Inc. (ACF) has named Karl Guggenmos AAC, the first chair of the American Culinary Federation Certification Commission. Guggenmos will lead [...]

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Providence is divine for dashing Iraqi chef

5/18/2007 | By Olivia Barker, USA TODAY Until five months ago, al-Khazaali, 24, was Iraq's answer to celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse, a J&W alum. He hosted a 25-minute, six-day-a-week cooking segment on Good Morning Iraq, which still airs (albeit with a new host) on the state-run Iraqiya network. J&W invited al-Khazaali to demonstrate his prowess with [...]

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