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Pistachio Baklava

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This honey syrup-glazed baklava is a sweet, nutty treat that’s simple to assemble. Brushing the layers of phyllo with canola oil instead of butter yields a light and flaky result with much less saturated fat.

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As the wine and spirits director for a prominent restaurant group, Gretchen Thomas travels the world looking for those little "pieces of passion" that make a wine unique and qualified to be on her menu. Without her education at The Culinary Institute of America (CIA), Gretchen would never have been introduced to wine or found her career path. If you're not sure what you want to do in the culinary industry, Gretchen says, you'll figure it out when you're at the CIA.

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One of the things that distinguishes The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) is its focus on the importance of product knowledge. Greg Vernick has taken this key lesson from his CIA education and instilled it in his own restaurant, Vernick Food and Drink in Philadelphia, Pa. Focusing on creating approachable, seasonal food, Greg uses only the finest ingredients to create a simple, yet refined dining experience in a style that's all his own.

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Graduating from The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) allowed Michael Ferraro to be a "step ahead" thanks to the guidance and education from some of the most qualified chefs in the world. At only 26 years old, Michael took over as executive chef at Delicatessan and MacBar in New York City, bringing his skills and passion for food. Now a partner of the successful eateries, Michael is a fixture of the New York food scene, bringing a sophisticated twist to comfort food.

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Love and Charcuterie, do you know of a better combination? Jason and Carolina's love story began at The Culinary Institute of America (CIA), where the two met in wine class...a true testament to their pairing skills. After getting married, the couple began planning their professional futures and decided to open the Three Little Pigs Charcuterie & Salumi shop in Carolina's hometown, Washington D.C. Thanks to the technical and business knowledge they learned from their time at the CIA, the couple is able to run a successful small business together, doing what they love.

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Poaching in oil is a great technique that adds flavor to seafood without overpowering the fish. The poaching oil may be held overnight in the refrigerator and reused to poach other seafood items the next day. Health professionals know that not all fats are alike. Good fats, canola oil among them, can even improve our health if they replace bad fats in our diet. This delicious recipe features canola oil as an essential ingredient. Download this recipe and find more great recipes at our website: http://ciaprochef.com/canola/recipe26/

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The neutral flavor of Canola oil allows the flavor of other ingredients to shine. Whether you make the assertive Roasted Beet with Taragon oil, the light vanilla bean and lemon oil or the more floral Basil and lemon oil, your dishes will be stand out sensations. Health professionals know that not all fats are alike. Good fats, canola oil among them, can even improve our health if they replace bad fats in our diet.

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This risotto with lobster and vanilla infused canola oil is a show-stopper that can make any occasion extra special. Health professionals know th at not all fats are alike. Good fats, canola oil among them, can even improve our health if they replace bad fats in our diet. This delicious recipe features canola oil as an essential ingredient. Download this recipe and find more great recipes at our website: http://ciaprochef.com/canola/recipe15/

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Tempura batter is a medium thick batter that lightly coats the fish. The cooked fish should be crispy and the coating should not hide the flavor of the fish. Here it is served with a Napa Cabbage Slaw and a Green Onion and Ginger dipping sauce. Canola oil is a very versatile oil with a high smoke point that makes it ideal for deep frying. Health professionals know that not all fats are alike. Good fats, canola oil among them, can even improve our health if they replace bad fats in our diet. This delicious recipe features canola oil as an essential ingredient. Download this recipe and find more great recipes at our website: http://ciaprochef.com/canola/recipe22/

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Choosing dietary fats wisely is the first step toward a more healthful diet, which is why canola oil is featured in this recipe. This is one of the recipes developed by the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. as an industry service for CanolaInfo.org, Recipe at: http://ciaprochef.com/canola/recipe6/

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Choosing dietary fats wisely is the first step toward a more healthful diet, which is why canola oil is featured in this recipe. This is one of the recipes developed by the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. as an industry service for CanolaInfo.org, Recipe at: http://ciaprochef.com/canola/recipe17/

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Choosing dietary fats wisely is the first step toward a more healthful diet, which is why canola oil is featured in this recipe. This is one of the recipes developed by the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. as an industry service for CanolaInfo.org, Recipe at: http://ciaprochef.com/canola/recipe21/

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Choosing dietary fats wisely is the first step toward a more healthful diet, which is why canola oil is featured in this recipe. This is one of the recipes developed by the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. as an industry service for CanolaInfo.org, Recipe at: http://ciaprochef.com/canola/recipe13/

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Mayonnaise

Choosing dietary fats wisely is the first step toward a more healthful diet, which is why canola oil is featured in this recipe. This is one of the recipes developed by the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. as an industry service for CanolaInfo.org, Recipe at: http://ciaprochef.com/canola/recipe14/

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Choosing dietary fats wisely is the first step toward a more healthful diet, which is why canola oil is featured in this recipe. This is one of the recipes developed by the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. as an industry service for CanolaInfo.org, Recipe at: http://ciaprochef.com/canola/recipe16/

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Vietnamese home cooking

For a closeup look at southern Vietnamese cooking, let’s join Mai Pham on a visit to her grandmother and aunt in the village of Quoi Son (Kway son) near the city of My Tho (My Toe). Mai and her aunt will prepare a Southern-style meal featuring water spinach seared with garlic over a brisk wood fire; puffy, fire-roasted rice paper sheets; fluffy steamed rice from the local rice fields, and a rustic dish Mai learned from her aunt. As with much of the best cooking, there’s a secret ingredient.

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Nancy’s “Caesar” Salad

Inspired by her love of Caesar salad and salade Nicoise, chef Nancy Silverton created this splashy salad that combines the best of both, with roasted fingerling potatoes and sliced avocados. Layer with tender leaves of romaine hearts, or go upscale with Bibb or Boston lettuce, then garnish with grated hard-boiled eggs and pecorino cheese.

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Tunisian Market Sandwich

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