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Tufts Culinary Society Co-President Carla Roberts and TCS Board Members Yuri Chang and Alice Pang volunteer at Local Apple and Honey Tasting event in Dewick as part of Tufts Dining Harvest Food Festival Week.
The Tufts Culinary Society has supported the LCS Halloween on the Hill initiative since 2009. The event is always a fun-filled Halloween bash for local children. The day includes ghost stories, haunted houses, arts and crafts, and trick-or-treating!
The Tufts Culinary Society congratulates, the Sigma Nu brothers (left to right) Jonah Ahlstrom Gold, William Rande Rogers, and Campbell Hagan Kliefoth took second place in the all-campus Iron Chef event beating out all other fraternities entered into the competition, as well as scoring some sweet Dave’s Fresh Pasta gift certificates.
The Tufts Culinary Society is concerned with educating the community about the culinary arts, the appreciation of food and its surrounding culture. The group will offer opportunities for members of the Tufts community to expand their knowledge of food preparation, presentation and consumption.
A few events we are planning for this semester include: - Tufts Farmer’s Market - Apple picking trip - Chocolate tour with Somerville’s Taza Chocolate - Cooking demos with culture clubs - Chef’s talk with a Food Network star - Cooking demos with Dining Services - Cooking competitions
Join the Tufts Culinary Society and Tufts Dining as chef Goretti Cordeiro teaches how to make tasty appetizers without all the fuss.
The menu includes:
Chocolate Fondue served with Strawberries, Pineapple, Marshmallows, Pound Cake
Spiced Roasted Almonds
Crudite with Parmesan Dip
Pinwheel Sandwiches: roast beef; turkey; veggie
Brie in Puff Pastry
Price is $5, which will be donated to the Boston Food Bank.
That’s right folks. Three of the biggest names in the culinary world are convening for a talk moderated by “The Atlantic” food critic Corby Kummer on Tuesday, May 3rd from 11 am to 1 pm at Barnum Hall. A light brunch, catered by these chefs, will be served for $7, but the panel talk is FREE and conducted on a first-come-first-serve basis. Unforunately, tickets are now all sold out.
Tufts Culinary Society would not have been able to put on this event without co-sponsorship from Programming Board, Dining Services, and the Experimental College. Thank you for all of your help! Thanks also go to Corby Kummer for his excellent job moderating this distinguished panel!