Dorsey Schools Michigan Culinary Olympics
Michigan Chefs Training for Culinary Olympics 2016
2016 marks a year where The Olympics are back!  But did you know that Rio won’t be the only site of an Olympic competition this year?  The International Culinary Art Exhibition is also known as the IKA/Culinary Olympics.  It is the largest international professional competition for chefs, cooks and pastry... Read more
3 Places Where Medical Assistants Can Work
Medical Assistants have a variety of options when it comes to selecting a work environment. Medical Assistants can work in several different setting such as physicians’ offices, health clinics, and hospitals. Depending on location, their day to day duties may vary as well as their work hours. However, regardless of... Read more
5 Tools Every Culinary Student Must Have
There are tools involved in the learning and mastery of every trade, and culinary arts is no different. Below, we have compiled a list of the 5 must have tools for every Culinary Arts student. If you are interested in pursuing a career in Culinary Arts, then you should take... Read more
What Is Cinco de Mayo?
Cinco de Mayo (the fifth of May) marks the anniversary of the Mexican army’s victory over France in the battle of the Puebla in 1862 during the Franco-Mexican War (which took place from 1861-1867).  Today, Cinco de Mayo has become known as a day to celebrate all things of Mexican... Read more
2016 Cooking Classes at Dorsey Culinary Academy!
Dorsey Culinary Academy has teamed up with Rochester Community Schools to offer Individual Cooking Classes open to the public at the Dorsey Culinary Academy’s Waterford-Pontiac, MI campus.  The series of individual cooking classes is called “Cook Like You Mean It” and it gives those interested in exploring their creativity in... Read more