Tag: Courses

Course Spotlight: Culinary Tourism

The Gastronomy Department is thrilled to have Alicia Kennedy teaching MET ML 692 E1, Culinary Tourism for the Spring 2023 term. This new 4-credit course is in hybrid format, combining online content with a week of in-person excursions and activities in Puerto Rico during BU’s spring break (March 5-11, 2023). Course Description: ‘Culinary Tourism’, sometimes called ‘Food […]

Nature’s Past: Histories of Environment, & Society with Dr. James McCann

Gastronomy Students:  If you are looking for an elective next semester, consider MET ML 589 Nature’s Past: Histories of Environment, & Society with Dr. James McCann.  He has provided us with a brief description of the course. I teach and think about connections between our physical world, humans role in that and what they grow, eat, […]

Exploring The Culinary Arts Certificate Program – And Why You Should Take It

by Audrey Reid The Culinary Arts Certificate Program at Boston University is one of a kind. It was founded by Julia Child and Jacques Pepin in 1989 when Pepin suggested turning their highly successful cooking seminars into a full semester course. The program was designed around French cuisine and technique but also highlights other ethnic […]