Through this partnership, the two companies blend their extensive network of experts to create an even richer chef to shelf offering
September 19, 2023
As part of their new partnership, D’Anne Hayman is joining the CCDI team as key partnerships lead. D’Anne’s years of experience as Global VP of Innovation and Nutrition at the Kellogg Company brings additional deep industry expertise and horsepower to drive CCDI into the future.
Chef group suggests flavors, trends and styles set to impact foodservice menus in the coming year
February 1, 2023
Pastry chef Gemma Matsuyama sees Asian flavors like ube and matcha gaining ground in 2023. “I love the interest in Asian flavors like ube because, while a humble ingredient, it has such a strong flavor personality. Ube, much like purple sweet potato, is naturally sweet and has notes of vanilla so it works well in desserts like cakes and ice creams.”
Students find themselves in culinary school having come from many different backgrounds and having traveled down many paths. Some are cooks that are ready to move into a more challenging role in the kitchen; others want to learn new skills in baking by becoming a pastry chef; and others are building on years of cooking experience, having had no formal training. I found my way to Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School by way of music.
Most food is judged by the consumer before it’s ever tasted. The color and appearance of foods and beverages are a primary aspect of what encourages someone to desire and taste them. The vibrant greens of fresh produce, the rainbow hues of fruits, or the more subtle, creamy beiges and golds of cheeses, and the rich browns of baked goods and seared meats can awaken a slumbering palate.
A chef’s perspective on formulating with grains and seeds
June 9, 2021
Prepared Foods talks Chef Todd Ketterman, culinary manager at Reser’s Inc. Reser’s, Beaverton, Ore., is one the nation’s largest manufacturers of refrigerated salads, side dishes, sauces and more for supermarket in-store deli departments as well as commercial and non-commercial foodservice operators.
Discussing Asian flavor and food trends with a corporate executive chef
March 31, 2021
Prepared Foods talks Asian flavor and food trends with Andrew Hunter, corporate executive chef for Kikkoman Sales USA, Inc. Chef Hunter also is head of culinary R&D for Wolfgang Puck Worldwide and executive chef for Niman Ranch.
Prepared Foods talks Latin food trends, tastes and ingredients with Anna Cheely, chef and senior scientist at Kalsec Inc. Kalsec, Kalamazoo, Mich., is an international leading supplier of natural spice and herb extracts, colors, antioxidants, advanced hop products, dry products and nutritional ingredients for the manufactured food, beverage, nutritional and pharmaceutical markets.
Culinary chef, Stephanie Izard, joins Kellogg's Away From Home chefs at The Hatchery, sharing how innovation and collaboration keep chefs and operators ahead of consumer cravings
December 14, 2020
Kellogg's® Away From Home opened the doors to its Menuvation Center™ at The Hatchery, a food and beverage business incubator in the heart of Chicago. The Menuvation Center marks a major investment by Kellogg's Away From Home in culinary innovation and partnership with operators. It's like a science lab, kitchen and think tank all rolled into one.