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  • Faculty of the Culinary Arts Program at Boston University Metropolitan College
    for art and food Fournier could not resist As such 51 Lincoln was born Michael Leviton After earning a degree in psychology from Wesleyan University Leviton worked under a number of esteemed chefs including Joyce Goldstein at Square One Alain Rondelli at Ernie s and Daniel Boulud at Le Cirque Former executive chef at UpStairs at the Pudding in Cambridge now UpStairs on the Square he is currently chef at his own award winning restaurants Lumière and Area Four Barry Maiden Chef Barry Maiden born in Southwest Virginia took his early culinary cues from his mother and grandmother He learned at home and quickly branched out Even before finishing high school he was working in professional kitchens He opened his Appalachian meets French restaurant Hungry Mother in 2008 with his former team members from the French restaurant Sel de la Terre Hidden in the residential corner of Kendall Square in Cambridge Hungry Mother has accumulated its fair share of critical acclaim since opening its doors Janine Sciarappa Pastry chef Janine Sciarappa is the owner of Sweet Lessons where she gives private in home baking lessons She is a graduate of BU s Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts where she trained under Julia Child Jacques Pépin and Albert Kumin Sciarappa has worked in many pastry shops in the Boston area Jeremy Sewall A native of upstate New York Chef Jeremy Sewall spent his childhood summers in Maine with family feasting on lobsters clams chowders and other New England specialties Since graduating from the Culinary Institute of America with honors Sewall has worked in several restaurants on both coasts including the famed L Espalier Currently Sewall is chef and co owner of Lineage as well as a Collaborating Chef at both Eastern Standard and Island Creek Oyster Bar in Kenmore Square

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  • Job Postings in Culinary Arts Links provided by Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts
    Writers Event Planners Restaurant Supply Salespeople Produce Brokers Food Editors Food Photographers Food Stylists Test Kitchen Cooks Wine Educators Kitchen Designers Food Historians Public Health Inspectors Health Food Specialists Restaurant Critics Restaurateurs Private Personal Chefs Television Culinary Producers Food Marketing Specialists Retail Business Owners Social Media Public Relations Managers Trendologists Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs Beverage Programs Wine Studies Level 1 Wine Studies Level 2 Wine Studies Level 3 Wine Studies

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  • Wine Studies Program at the Elizabeth Bishop Wine Resource Center from Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts
    explore wine in the broader cultural context of food and cuisine People whose goal is to enter the wine trade Boston University certification is provided upon successful completion of each Level 1 through 4 enhancing one s opportunity to work in the wine industry The knowledge obtained through these courses will prove invaluable even for those already in the industry Learn from Expert Instructors With decades of experience our faculty offer insight into multiple areas of the beverage and restaurant industries as well as wine and food journalism Instructors Bill Nesto and Sandy Block each hold the designation of Master of Wine MW from the Institute of Masters of Wine a wine trade certification considered to be the world s most prestigious and difficult to attain In 2016 we will also offer this special course in Beverage Studies Spring Beer and Spirits with Sandy Block MW Fall Red Winemaking Laboratory with Bill Nesto MW Network with Industry Professionals The Massachusetts beverage and restaurant trades recognize the merits of Boston University s Wine Studies program and those in the industry frequently hire our graduates In addition industry professionals often participate in advanced classes sharing their unique perspective and providing networking opportunities The Wine Studies Curriculum All students including those already in the industry will benefit from the expertise of instructors Sandy Block Bill Nesto Stacy Woods and Beth Ann Dahan Levels 1 4 are open for Spring Registration Level 1 Fundamentals of Wine An Introduction Level 2 A Comprehensive Survey of Wine Level 3 Mastering Wine Skill Development Level 4 The Wine Trade Global National and Local Perspectives For more information contact us Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs Beverage Programs Wine Studies Level 1 Wine Studies Level 2 Wine Studies Level 3 Wine Studies Level 4 Faculty Advisory Board Seminars Hands On

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  • Wine Level 1 Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts
    including major grape varieties wine styles and regions Correctly taste and classify wine attributes Understand general principles of food and wine pairing Comprehend the process of grape growing and winemaking Students enrolling in Wine Studies courses should note that midterm and final exams are offered only on the dates specified for a semester Learn More Register Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs Beverage Programs Wine Studies Level 1 Wine Studies Level 2

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  • Wine Level 2 Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts
    who want to hone their knowledge By the end of Level 2 students will be able to Exhibit detailed knowledge of wine regions grape varieties and styles Demonstrate refined tasting ability Understand inherent characteristics of wine Students enrolling in Wine Studies courses should note that midterm and final exams are offered only on the dates specified for a semester Learn More Register Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs Beverage Programs Wine Studies

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  • Wine Level 3 Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts
    blind tastings including grape varieties and regions Appreciate the structure of the wine business at the local national and international levels Fully understand wine grape growing vinification maturation bottling and quality control Comprehend the theoretical interaction and synergy between wine and food pairing Students enrolling in Wine Studies courses should note that midterm and final exams are offered only on the dates specified for a semester Learn More Register Culinary

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  • Wine Level 4 Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts
    students will be able to Use their wine tasting skills to deconstruct and understand wine quality and origins Refine their wine vocabulary and comprehensive observations Effectively communicate about wine Speak and write confidently about current issues in the wine industry Students enrolling in Wine Studies courses should note that midterm and final exams are offered only on the dates specified for a semester Learn More Register Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs

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  • Elizabeth Bishop Wine Resource Center Faculty at Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts
    Wine certification awarded by the London based Institute of Masters of Wine which represents a thorough knowledge of the international wine business sciences and arts Bill is co author of The World of Sicilian Wine University of California Press which won the 2013 Andrè Simon Award for best book in the drink category He is a frequent guest lecturer and judge at international wine competitions Bill s prior experience in the wine world includes time as an award winning sommelier at the Ritz Carlton in Boston wine director of a food and wine festival managing director of an Italian wine tour company and wine journalist for several publications including Massachusetts Beverage Business and Gastronomica Stacy Woods A Certified Wine Educator CWE Stacy Woods has multifaceted experience in the wine industry In addition to her duties at Boston University she serves as a retail consultant and journalist She is the wine columnist for Worcester Living Magazine and contributes to several online publications Her wine tasting notes can be found at delectable com Beth Ann Dahan A Certified Specialist in Wine CSW Beth Ann Dahan has earned diplomas from the Elizabeth Bishop Wine Resource Center and Le Cordon Bleu in London as

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