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  • The Elizabeth Bishop Advisory Board at Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts
    Connoisseur and founder of Ex Cellars Richard Elia Founding Publisher Quarterly Review of Wines Roger Ormon Wine merchant and wine and beverage educator Bill Russell Vintner and brewer Westport Rivers Vineyard Winery and Buzzards Bay Brewing Rob Russell Vineyard manager and Vintner Westport Rivers Vineyard Winery Tom Schmeisser Wine buyer formerly at Marty s Liquors Wine expert Cat Silirie Executive Wine Director and Wine Buyer for Barbara Lynch Gruppo Culinary

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  • Professional Certificate Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts at Boston University Metropolitan College Programs
    John Vyhnanek Feb 16 ServSafe Certification Mar 19 Taking Your Food Business to the Next Level with Bill Ward Mar 31 Cheese Certificate Program with Ihsan Gurdal 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 Cooking Children Teens Cooking Programs Pépin Lecture Series Tastings Demonstrations Professional Certificates Registration Contact Us

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  • Register for Food & Wine Programs, Tastings, Demonstrations, and Seminars at Boston University Metropolitan College
    to Boston University or include credit card information In Person Come to our office with a check money order American Express Visa or Master Card Gift Certificates Enlightening tasty and fun BU s food and wine seminars make thoughtful and memorable gifts for holidays birthdays and other special occasions Contact us and we will send a gift certificate to the recipient of your choice Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs Beverage Programs

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  • Contact Us to Learn More About Programs in Food & Wine
    808 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02215 Phone 617 353 9852 cularts bu edu Learn More Fill out the form below to ask us a question or receive more information about a specific program First Name Last Name Email Address Phone Number optional I would like to receive more information about Programs in Food Wine at Boston University in the mail In which program are you interested Please make a selection Certificate Program in Culinary Arts Cooking up Culture Seminars in the Arts and Culinary Arts Tours Wine Programs Street Address City State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District Of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Zipcode How did you learn about Boston University s Programs in Food Wine Please make a selection Direct Mail Newspaper Ad Magazine Ad Radio Ad Email The Peterson s Guide College or Career Fair Boston University department Boston University Alumni Just browsing the web Other

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  • Directions to Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food, Wine & the Arts in Boston
    Storrow Drive exit and follow signs onto Storrow Drive Continue on Storrow Drive to the Kenmore exit Follow Local Directions below Local directions from the Kenmore Square Commonwealth Avenue exit off Storrow Drive At the first set of traffic lights turn right onto Beacon Street At this point the road forks keep left into Kenmore Square then bear right onto Commonwealth Avenue 808 Commonwealth Avenue is located at the corner of Commonwealth Avenue and Essex Street the road that crosses the BU Bridge No left turn is allowed on Essex so continue through the intersection and proceed to St Paul Street where you can make a U turn To access the parking lot behind the building 8 After you pass through the intersection of Commonwealth and Essex heading west on Commonwealth get into the left hand lane and take your first available left St Paul Street making a U turn to reverse direction on Commonwealth Avenue Continue past Amory Street and the gas station on the corner About half a block beyond as you approach 808 Commonwealth you ll take your first right into a driveway leading to parking lot F The entrance to the building is located on the east side on Essex Street Offices and cooking facilities are rooms 109 117 Please note In case of bad weather please call 617 353 SNOW 617 353 7669 for possible class cancellations Decisions are made by 7 a m for day classes and by 4 p m for evening classes Public Transportation MBTA The T 808 Commonwealth Avenue is located on the B route Boston College Commonwealth Avenue of the Green line Take the T to the BU West stop cross Commonwealth Avenue towards the gas station and continue up the hill in the same direction as traffic toward the

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  • About Boston University Metropolitan College Programs in Food & Wine
    programs and opportunities are available Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts a unique hands on cooking course for those who work or aspire to work as food writers chefs and restaurateurs Professional Certificates providing expertise in specific areas of the food industry Seminars in Food Wine sophisticated programs in food wine culture and art for casual learners or professionals Wine Studies Program a four level exploration of wine production the wine industry and wine drinking with certification at each level Metropolitan College s commitment to serving up enriching programs has drawn participation from luminaries such as Julia Child and Jacques Pépin cofounders of BU s professional Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts and Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy Metropolitan College also offers a 16 credit Food Studies Graduate Certificate We also work with clients to create customized events such as private hands on cooking and baking classes wine classes or demonstrations with some of the finest chefs Custom events are great team builders and are perfect for holiday parties birthdays and anniversaries or just a good time with friends We encourage you to contact us to learn more about our programs Bon appétit Culinary Arts Faculty Jobs Beverage Programs

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  • Wine Resources and other Food Preparation Facilities at Boston University
    equipment this facility enables you to gain familiarity with the fast paced environment and diverse tools of a working kitchen Libraries You have access to the culinary library of the Programs in Food Wine which includes seminal cookbooks and literature on gastronomy cuisine and wine studies The Boston University library system also employs two librarians whose expertise is in gastronomy Learn more about the library s gastronomy texts click here

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  • Food & Wine News - Boston University Metropolitan College Programs
    as well as aspects like mood says Dr Potter Read the full story BU s Own Potter Palmer Named Food Wine Director March 9 2015 Potter Palmer formerly a lecturer in MET s Master of Liberal Arts MLA in Gastronomy Program has been appointed director of Food Wine But his Boston University roots run even deeper he s a graduate of both the MLA program and our own Certificate Program in Culinary Arts As Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Lou Chitkushev points out Dr Palmer s blend of technological educational and culinary skills makes him well suited for exploring new directions and digital learning opportunities for these acclaimed BU programs and for bringing them to the next level See the announcement Gastronomy Professor Merry White on Ogawa Coffee in Boston October 24 2014 On October 24 2014 the Boston Globe reported that Japanese coffee chain Ogawa Coffee will be making its debut in Boston In the article College of Arts Sciences Professor of Anthropology Merry White explains There is a real Boston coffee scene now It wasn t true 20 years ago Professor White who teaches in MET s Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy program is author of the book Coffee Life in Japan University of California Press 2012 White notes that Ogawa s debut in Boston is significant because no other Japanese coffee chain has ever opened in the U S Read the full article Note by Note Cooking Dr Hervé This speaks at BU on Friday October 24 October 23 2014 French author and physical chemist Hervé This was one of the key figures in the development of molecular gastronomy in the 1990s On Friday October 24 at 6 p m Dr This will be joining Boston University s Programs in Food Wine to discuss his provocative vision in culinary innovation note by note cooking In a review of his newest book Note by Note Cooking The Future of Food Columbia University Press 2014 Gourmet observes that Hervé This is changing the way France and the world cooks Building upon Dr This pioneering work in molecular gastronomy note by note cooking consists of composing sauces beverages and meals using pure molecular compounds with profound implications for the kitchen and beyond In freeing us from the limits imposed by animal and plant tissues note by note cooking encourages experimentation opens up cuisine to new forms of art and scientific exploration and brings new solutions to the problem of feeding humankind in a sustainable manner Culinary Arts Alumni Open Comedor in Newton October 21 2014 As reported in the Boston Globe Jakob and Fernanda White have recently opened their Chilean American restaurant Comedor in Newton The couple met at Boston University in 2008 while completing the Certificate Program in Culinary Arts Fernanda earned her Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy at MET in 2009 and also pursued the certificates in Wine Studies For more information on the culinary team please visit the restaurant website Stirring up a New Generation

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