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 »
Allison Findlay and Jay Johnston of Flat Rock Cellars. (Craig Youdale/Special to Postmedia Network) The future of our business world has a key element that is threaded throughout every concept, every plan, every development — and that is energy and the environment. The wine industry in Niagara is no different, and from farming practices to Read more »
At some point in our young lives we have those moments of forward reflection, when we dream of what we want to become when we grow up. Some of us have the typical adventurous notions of action, with becoming a firefighter or a race car driver, and then some are more cerebral, wanting to be Read more »
On Feb. 10, NC’s Canadian Food and Wine Institute dean Craig Youdale comments on CHCH News about Niagara distillers and the College’s upcoming Artisan Distilling program. View the news segment video here.
An article posted by RBC’s LIfe and Money section shines the spotlight on Icewine. The article features comments from NC winemaker and (and wine grad) Gavin Robertson on the future of Canadian Icewine and how Niagara College is training the next generation of wine growers. Read it here.
Culinary Management student Selah Schmoll (pictured fifth from left) holds her bronze trophy at the Young Chef Olympiad. A Niagara College student is proving she can take the heat in the kitchen among the world’s top student chefs. Twenty-three-year-old Selah Schmoll, a second-year Culinary Management student at the College’s Canadian Food and Wine Institute, has Read more »
Niagara College’s second year Culinary Management student Selah Schmoll will represent Canada when she competes in the Young Chef Olympiad in India at the end of January. The life-long resident of Niagara Falls will compete for four days, January 29-February 1, in four rounds of competition with the winner vying for the championship title and Read more »
SGS Canada Inc. and The Canadian Food & Wine Institute at Niagara College are proud to announce their partnership to offer a risk-focused, tool kit based approach to train in the “HOW TO” of food safety management. The Food Safety Program Optimization (FSPO) is designed to target risk reduction and provide the tools to students Read more »
Wayne Newton’s craft beer 12 pack is sure to please. You’re down to your final few hours to buy the perfect gift for the craft-beer fans on your list. Relax, there’s no need to panic. With some 500 Ontario craft beers on the market, a well-chosen 12-pack featuring something new-to-you is never far. Here’s a Read more »
Canada’s National and Junior National teams took their A-game to the 2016 IKA Olympiade der Koche in Erfurt, Germany in October, collecting wins in a number of categories. Commonly known as the Culinary Olympics, the international event — held every four years — attracted 1,600 of the best chefs, pastry chefs and culinary artists from Read more »