ICC In The News provides monthly highlights from articles published around the world that feature alumni, deans, faculty and more within the ICC community. Stories of our 15,000+ alumni network and their successes are continuously popping up across various prestigious publications. Below, we have brought together some of our favorites from February 2019, aimed to keep you connected with our community and inspire readers to #LoveWhatYouDo in the kitchen and beyond.
One Thousand Museum Residences is one of Miami’s most historic, architecturally significant and most luxurious developments in all of Miami. The launch of this project is highly-anticipated and comes with many amazing amenties– including The Sky Lounge, where our alumna Mame Sow is the project’s Director of Culinary. Read more in Haute Living here.
Even though National Chocolate Lovers Month is behind us, we like to celebrate with our Dean of Pastry, AKA Mr. Chocolate, all year long. Check out Jacques Torres on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert making his limited edition chocolate violin!
In the kitchen of his 50-seat restaurant, Technique, Westwood resident and ICC alumnus Ross Goldflam is applying the all-important French cooking techniques he learned while studying at ICC. The casual restaurant offers classic French food with an American twist. Check it out here.
Zoe Kanan, Pastry Plus speaker, ICC alumna and head baker at Simon & the Whale, was one of the 22 ICC graduates that received semifinalist nominations for the 2019 James Beard Awards. Congratulations Zoe on your Outstanding Pastry Chef nomination! Read more about her outstanding achievements here.
Beautiful wine glasses don’t have to be expensive! Slate sat down with our Dean of Wine Studies, Scott Carney, MS and ICC Intensive Sommelier Training graduate Michele Thomas, as well as other wine experts, to learn which wine glasses are the best. Read their recommendations here.
Whether you’re julienning carrots or breaking down a full chicken, if you cook regularly, your kitchen arsenal probably includes a few good knives and cutting boards. If you’re at all serious about cooking you’ve probably learned that wooden boards are fantastic, but more difficult to clean. Read Chef Hervé Malivert’s recommendations for how to clean a wooden cutting board in NY Mag.
Margaret Eby, recent graduate of our Culinary Techniques program, gave insight into what she learned in the 100-hour program that changed the way she cooked! Read about her journey here.
Chris Morocco is a senior food editor at Bon Appétit where he works in the Test Kitchen developing recipes, dreaming up food content, and figuring out what the next big thing in food is. He regularly appears in the brand’s video content, including Bon Appétit’s new show “Making Perfect.” Read more about him here.
Want to learn more about our Dean of Pastry Jacques Torres? Check out his favorite things in this article about him from Barron’s!
Hyacinth, a new Italian restaurant in St. Paul, is one of the hottest reservations in town. Chef/owner and ICC alumnus Rikki Giambruno dishes in this interview on how he got his start, food philosophy, love for Italian food and what’s ahead. Read the interview here in Twin Cities.
Read the unbelievable story of ICC alumnus and restaurateur Chef Richard Hales. He has faced the unimaginable circumstances of overcoming brain cancer, glaucoma, and thyroid cancer, all while battling diabetes and dominating the Miami food scene with his multiple restaurants. Read his story here.
Fresh off of Atomix’s semifinalist nomination for Best New Restaurant from the James Beard Foundation, Jhonel Faelnar, Intensive Sommelier Training alumnus and Wine Director of Atomix sat down with Wine & Spirits to share his recommendations for what to drink with Korean food. Read his wine pairing recommendations here.
Congratulations to ICC alumnus Whang Suh, the owner and pastry chef at Hen & Heifer in Guilford, CT! He is a semifinalist in the Outstanding Pastry Chef category for the 2019 James Beard Awards. Read more about him in the Hartford Courant here.
Model, Chef, and ICC alumna Paige Jimenez recently graduated from our Professional Culinary Arts program in 2018. Read about her love of the culinary arts and her advice here in Ocean Drive.
Read Food and Wine’s article featuring Stacey Kwon, Culinary ’13, President of H Mart, an asian supermarket chain, started by her father in Queens in 1982. Learn more about H Mart’s expansions and what you should buy when you take a trip to one of their stores!
Co-founder of Other Half Brewing and ICC alumnus Matt Monahan is expanding his popular brewery into the new Williamsburg Domino Development and opening a new Rochester location later in the year. Read about the expansions here in Eater and check out the brewery with a cult following!