Research Chef’s Association

The Research Chefs Association was founded in 1996, by a group of researchers and chefs working together in order to achieve their goals. They shared a vision, and dedicated their time and energy towards a scientific study of food preparation and development. The Research Chefs Association has many members who can be considered to be part of a movement in the culinary world known as molecular gastronomy. Molecular gastronomy is a discipline of the food science industry focused on the chemical and physical reaction that take place during the preparation of food for human consumption. But the Research Chefs Association has a wider focus than just molecular gastronomy, aiming to research all aspects of food science. This includes not just the actual cooking of food, but also the scientific principles and engineering behind the preparation of food, but the processing and storage of food products as well. Furthermore, the Research Chefs Association, or RCA, believes in developing an understanding of the business and regulatory aspects of the food industry as well. There are a variety of subjects that any individual member of the RCA can be expected to be familiar with, ranging from the presentation of a finished meal to the FDA regulations governing the food service industry. The RCA refers to their research and standards by the term Culinology, a trademarked term that refers to their aim of combining the culinary arts with the chemistry and biology that are needed to understand the principles of food science. A large …

Trending Today: Hargrave Custom Yachts, WMR Performance Racing, Johnson & Wales University, South Florida Radiation Oncology

Trending Today is an award-winning television series that features innovative trends from around the globe from the latest in technology, cutting edge products, education and more. We live in a world that is moving at lightning speed and we showcase the best of the best in all of these industries. Our team is comprised of individuals who have worked for some of the top cable and TV networks including: NBC, HBO, Discovery and more. We are all very passionate about the entire process, from finding those trend blazers, to documenting the incredible stories of our clients, to editing the content for the world to see and hear. We are committed to showing the viewers a diverse mix of different industries from some of the top trending companies. In a recent episode we focused on Hargrave Custom Yachts, WMR Performance Racing, Johnson & Wales University and South Florida Radiation Oncology. Hargrave Custom Yachts is a custom luxury yacht builder based in Fort Lauderdale, FL. For over 30 years, owner Michael Joyce has been providing his clients with the ultimate in luxury boating. A tremendous amount of detail goes into building these beautiful yachts, from the dining salon, galley, staterooms, jacuzzi and steering stations. They are like fully contained floating mini-cities that feature their own sewage treatment plant and power plant. However, no two boats are the same, it’s all custom from top to bottom.   WMR Performance Racing is a race shop that was started in 1999 based in Stuart, FL …

Culinary Industry and Johnson & Wales University

The culinary industry has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years. From the explosion of food trucks to celebrity chefs to reality shows to movies, chefs are the new rock stars. Not to mention many of them have that “rock star” look, with their sleeve tattoos to wild hair styles that make them hard to differentiate from someone in a band to someone that spends a lot of time in the kitchen creating amazing meals. In the past, to become a high-level chef you had to move to France and work your way up at a Michelin Star rated restaurant. However, there are many more options here in the States to get high-level culinary training. We recently filmed a segment at Johnson & Wales University (Miami Campus). The students there get incredible hands on experience. Covering all the bases where they have everything from stocks, soups and sauces to teaching international cuisine. But cooking is just one aspect of what is covered. The also teach their students culinary arts, hospitality, technology, health sciences and business. Whether they want to be a sous chef, pastry chef, private chef for a celebrity or eventually run their own restaurant, they equip their students with the tools and knowledge to pursue all of these areas of the culinary world. At Johnson & Wales University they also teach their students what “farm to table” freshness is really about right in their backyard. It’s all about respect for the ingredients and food that they use …