An article posted by WineAlign highlights the upcoming Niagara Homegrown Wine Festival. Festivities include a Tailgate Party to be held at the NC Teaching Winery on June 17. View the details posted by WignAlign on May 24 here.
An article posted by Blackburn News on May 19 highlights a new exhibit at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in Owen Sound: Betwixt and Between: An Untold Tom Thomson Story. The Tom has also announced the official launch of the Tom Thomson 100th Anniversary wine — White Canoe — which was created by the Niagara College Read more »
Marking its 50th anniversary throughout 2017, Niagara College’s major 50th anniversary gala event of the year will be held Saturday, May 6 at the Niagara-on-the-Lake campus where food and refreshments will come together with music and reminiscing to celebrate this significant milestone. Over 300 community leaders, educators and fans will gather together to dine and Read more »
CHCH TV”s Tim Bolen was at the Canadian Food and Wine Institute, getting a sneak peek at preparations for its 50th anniversary dinner event, to take place at the NOTL Campus on Saturday, May 6. The segments aired on Morning Live on April 26. View them here.
Craig Youdale, dean of the Niagara College Canadian Food and Wine Institute, is recipient of the gold medal in education from the Ontario Hostelry Institute. The OHI recognizes excellence in the food services and hospitality industry in Ontario. Youdale, whose Niagara in a Glass column appears in this newspaper every other Monday, said he is Read more »
Niagara College’s Craig Youdale won the Gold Medal in Education from the Ontario Hostelry Institute. Niagara College’s Craig Youdale, dean of the College’s Canadian Food and Wine Institute, won the Gold Medal in Education from the Ontario Hostelry Institute (OHI) on April 20 at the OHI’s annual Gold Awards dinner in Toronto. Youdale is a Read more »
Niagara College Brewmaster students are offering the public a taste of the world at their annual Project Brew festival: The Brewnited Nations. The soon-to-be graduates of the College’s Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management program will be hosting the event this Friday at the Market Square in St. Catharines. The event will offer a selection of Read more »
Two Niagara College students proved they could take the heat in the kitchen, earning second and third place at a provincial culinary competition recently in Toronto. First-year Culinary Management student Kevin Charanduk won silver, and second-year Culinary Management student Anthony Belluomini won bronze, at the Canadian Culinary Federation Saputo Junior Challenge for Ontario. Dean of Read more »
The latest column by Craig Youdale, dean of Niagara College’s Canadian Food and Wine Institute, features Exchange Brewery. Located in Niagara-on-the-Lake, the brewing team includes a graduate from the College’s Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management program, Christine Nagy. View the column, posted March 26 by the St. Catharines Standard, here.
A column written by Niagara College’s Canadian Food and Wine Institute dean Craig Youdale shines the spotlight on Cuvee, which returns to Niagara this month. Youdale writes about this wine industry event and how it has evolved since it was launched almost 30 years ago. He also highlights how his own experience as a guest Read more »