Wednesday April 5, 2017 is National Caramel Day. Here at Dorsey Schools, our Culinary Arts team is celebrating this day! In our series of Cooking School Recipes, today we would like to share with you How to Make Your Own Caramel Sauce. Our very own Chef Parker brings this recipe to you. Whether you choose to pour your caramel sauce over your favorite ice cream or drizzle it on a piece of apple pie, this recipe is not to be missed!
How to Make Your Own Caramel Sauce
To check out Chef Parker’s recipe, you can view it here on the Dorsey Schools YouTube channel or check it out below!
Whether you choose to celebrate National Caramel Day by making your own or simply enjoying some, we wish you a very delicious day!
Are you looking for cooking schools in Michigan? If so, Dorsey Culinary Academy could be exactly what you are looking for! The Culinary Arts program at Dorsey Schools exposes students to a variety of topics. These include culinary fundamentals as well as safety and sanitation. Students will also be introduced to various cooking techniques as well as different areas of the culinary field. These areas include baking, pastry, butchering, and catering. An externship component is also included in the program. During externship, students can gain experience in an actual culinary setting as well as exposure in the field. The culinary arts program at Dorsey Schools is designed to be completed in just one year! For those evaluating cooking schools in Michigan and who want to study at Dorsey, they may choose from the Roseville, MI or Waterford-Pontiac, MI campus. Both of these campuses offer the culinary arts program.
Are you interested in learning more about the Culinary Arts program at Dorsey Schools? Give us a call at 888-422-1188 or you can request info online.
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