Spiced Garnet Yam Tart by Chef Lizette Marx

Make room on the dessert table! Or if Chef Lizette had it her way, consider putting this Spiced Garnet Yam Tart in the spot where you would usually place the Pumpkin Pie. Yes, you read that correctly. Chef Lizette Marx, Holistic Chef Instructor for Bauman College’s Holistic Chef Online Culinary Program shares her Spiced Garnet Read More

Balsamic-Marinated Collard Greens by Chef Hilla Abel

Chef Hilla Abel is our Holistic Chef Culinary Program Manager. As a former Optometrist, Chef Hilla shares her eye-healthy Balsamic-Marinated Collard Greens recipe for you to try at home. Enjoy! Learn more about Chef Hilla by visiting our faculty page. Collard Greens are a Nutrient-Dense Leafy Green Leafy green vegetables, such as collard greens, are Read More

Personal Chefs Are the New Food Delivery Service

By Claire McCann, Natural Chef Alumna What is a personal chef? At Bauman College, we train culinary professionals including personal or private chefs, meal-delivery chefs, and dinner-party caterers. What does this career entail? Well, a personal or private chef works for individuals and/or families, preparing personalized meals that suit their unique needs and preferences. Personal Read More

Thinking About Becoming a Natural Chef? Explore These Unique Career Paths

Becoming trained as a natural chef is a progressive approach to a traditional skill set. It’s a way to help people connect to our symbiotic relationship with food—we nourish the soil that gives life to our sustenance, and the food we eat keeps us thriving. It’s no longer enough to simply know how to prepare Read More

What’s in Season in Winter

In the late fall and winter months, seasonal vegetables can seem sparse and uninteresting after riding the coattails of summer’s avocado and tomato bounty. However, many varieties of satiating root vegetables and antioxidant-rich leafy greens are available, which are perfect for the cold winter months. Here is a handy list* of produce that is in Read More

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