Don’t miss the upcoming AAFCS webinar, Bringing Science to Life: The Fundamentals of a Food Science Program, December 9, 2010 at 6:00 pm ET. See link for more information.
Complete listing of travel and tourism web sites for the U.S. and its territories.
Some airlines are using social media (Twitter and Facebook) to identify customer complaints. Read more at:
Great resources for culinary arts teachers.
Making the Transition Guide from the Texas Restaurant Association Education Foundation can be accessed at the following link.
Interesting article. Have students develop a survey to give to the student body regarding condiments. Compare the results of the survey to the article.
Wonderful article for students in the food science course.
Read the following article to learn more about possible new uses for technology in the hotel industry.
If you will be attending the HEAT Professional Development Educator Conference in San Antonio, November 7-9 be sure to stop by the Curriculum Center exhibit to see our new curriculum materials and visit with Arlene and Patti!!
The Great Courses company brings engaging professors into your home, car, or classroom through courses on DVD, audio CD, and other formats. The company is currently running a 75% off sale through December 28, 2010.
Nutrition Made Clear is one of the courses currently on sale. The course contains 36 (30 min) lectures on the fundamentals of good nutrition and a personal guide to applying the fundamentals to real life.
The course is taught by Professor Roberta H. Anding from Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital.
DVD Original Price $374.95 Sale Price $49.95
Interesting article about a food forager, Mr. Strusinski, who scours forests, rivers, swamps and bogs for obscure ingredients sought by high-end restaurants.