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At The World's Premier Culinary College

You won’t find a culinary school in the world with the opportunities, connections, and college life you’ll enjoy at The Culinary Institute of America. Food is big business, and it’s at the core of everything you’ll learn in our bachelor’s and associate degree programs.

Our food-focused education model will help you take full advantage of the many career options available in the food business. Top employers look to the CIA when hiring, and when you have your CIA degree in hand, they’ll look to you.

News

News

The CIA announced the opening of the newest restaurant by the CIA Restaurant Group on the Hyde Park, NY campus.
Michael McGrath, chief executive officer for Newman’s Own, Inc., delivered the commencement address at the New York campus of the CIA on February 10.
The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded $80 million to a national public-private partnership in which the CIA a collaborating member.

Events

Events

Feb
27
Admissions information event for students wishing to apply to The Culinary Institute of America. Get your culinary school questions answered now!
Mar
02
Admissions information event for students wishing to apply to The Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio, TX.
Mar
03
Admissions information event for students wishing to apply to The Culinary Institute of America. Get your culinary school questions answered now!

Blog

Medieval and Early Modern Experiential Cooking - featured

Food History, taught by Dr. Beth Forrest, focuses on breaking down the many broad topics related to the political, economic, and cultural shifts which have influenced food throughout the centuries. In each class, we focused on a few scholarly readings. We start with a student-led class discussion related to the readings of the day and […]

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Inside the Culinary Science Kitchen: “Culture” Yourself

We all have had yogurt before—some people like the tart, cultured milk, while others may stand clear. Yogurt is a multi-functional ingredient. It can be enjoyed plain, flavored, or used in a recipe to give it creaminess with a touch of sour. We are always told that yogurt is good for us…but why? Yogurt is […]

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Blog

Medieval and Early Modern Experiential Cooking - featured

Food History, taught by Dr. Beth Forrest, focuses on breaking down the many broad topics related to the political, economic, and cultural shifts which have influenced food throughout the centuries. In each class, we focused on a few scholarly readings. We start with a student-led class discussion related to the readings of the day and […]

The post Food Studies Applied: Medieval and Early Modern Experiential Cooking appeared first on CIA Culinary Blog | The Culinary Institute of America.