Tag: Food and Wine

Styling: At the Intersection of Photography and Food

By Daryl Mogilewsky I took a photography course last year while I was living in Austin, Texas. A few classes in, a fellow student asked the instructor if we would be covering “food photography” in the course material. Austin is a food hub, after all. The instructor replied with a slight smirk and a quip […]

The Meaning of Mise-en-Place

by Claudia Catalano One of the first lessons students learn in culinary school is the meaning of mise-en-place. French for “put in place”, it means that ingredients are prepped, tools are gathered, and everything is organized before cooking begins. It’s a grounding philosophy that keeps your head clear and your body poised to make things […]

BU Guest Chef: Chef Roy Choi of Kogi BBQ

Throughout the year, the BU Gastronomy blog will feature occasional posts from special guest writers including current students, recent alumni, professors, and more. The following Guest Post and photographs are brought to you by Gastronomy student Amy Allen. Roy Choi, who ignited the food truck revolution when he brought his Kogi Korean taco truck to […]