At the CIA at Greystone campus, you’ll meet aspiring chefs and world-class food educators. Our associate degree programs follow the same in-depth curriculum found at our main CIA campus in Hyde Park, NY. You can also choose from a master’s in wine management program and a culinary arts certificate program, both of which that take full advantage of the unique food and wine resources found in the Napa Valley. With so many course offerings, we’re sure we have the right program for you. Get more information about our programs or to start your application today—it’s fast and easy!
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It’s not every day you can take a foraging stroll through the Hudson Valley with Chef Brian Kaywork, instructor in the American Bounty Restaurant, collecting morels, ramps, and dryad’s saddle for a special event. Not only have the students volunteering gained knowledge by going out into the wilderness, but we found a great cause to […]
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In my last blog post, I shared how we experimented with agar, which is often used as a vegan substitute for gelatin. If you haven’t read it yet, it may be helpful to check it out before reading this one as we head back to the lab to find out just what gelatin is capable […]
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