Your complete guide to studying Culinary Arts

Everything you need to know about studying Culinary Arts

part of Hospitality, Leisure & Sports

Culinary Arts teach specific cooking methods and techniques in order to present healthy, tasty, unique and aesthetic dishes worthy of restaurant quality. The Culinary Arts discipline combines knowledge of Business and Management with skills in cooking, art and presentation.Culinary Arts students will get the chance to experience working in a kitchen environment and may take part in internships with local restaurants.

Culinary Arts degrees offer relevant information on: food safety, commercial food production, new world flavours, menu planning, kitchen management, vegetarian cuisine, pastries and deserts cooking.

Students will gain skills in preparing dishes using sanitary and nutritious ingredients while also paying attention to the overall design of a meal. Culinary professionals will apply sanitation principles in food preparation and will be able to cook and arrange a variety of meal, bakery and pastries products. Students develop abilities in planning a menu and will be prepared for the rigors of working in a commercial kitchen. Culinary artists must keep up to date with modern innovations and the latest in global cuisine.

Culinary Arts graduates usually engage in jobs like: restaurant manager, food and beverage controller, food writer/ critic.

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