Welcome to the first installment of the Dorsey Dish, where we’ll feed your appetite for all-things food-related each month (as part of the Dorsey Schools blog). This month, we’re talking about the wonderful world of BAKING and it’s rise in popularity! We’d love to hear from you – what’s your favorite thing to bake? Do you have a favorite recipe? Share it with us below!
The Rise of BAKING In The Food Industry
“Baking” is continually growing into the ultimate buzzword of the food industry. The combination of creativity and imagination in the science of baking is continually progressing and new innovations seem to always be on the horizon. With TV shows like Save My Bakery, Ace of Cakes, Cupcake Wars and Cake Boss, baking is becoming more and more popular. Especially because it is spring, one rather easy and classic way to spruce up the creation of your baked goods is by adding fondant flowers.
Fondant gives cakes a smooth and elegant look, and it is used to cover many professional cakes. Fondant can be purchased premade, or you can go the extra mile and put in the effort to make a homemade fondant with any color of your choice. Fondant flowers can be the perfect way to accent any of your baked goods. They can be as simple as cupped blossom flowers or as intricate as ruffle flowers. Will you be baking any delicious treats this spring? Share us some new spring baking recipes in the comments below.
If baking is one of your passions, Dorsey Schools’ Culinary Arts program could be a great fit for you. Quickly turn your passion for cooking and baking into a career through our accelerated 48-week culinary arts program. Not only will you receive training in baking, but you will also have the opportunity to acquire skills needed to successfully work in professional food-serving facilities in both the public and private sectors in the culinary industry. You’ll be prepared for many entry-level food service roles, including: baker, pantry supervisor, sous chef, rounds cook, short-order cook, hot line cook, or food preparation cook.
Students in this culinary arts program “learn by doing” the practical side of professional food preparation, which means that education takes place in both kitchen and classroom settings. As part of the program, you will be able to challenge the National Restaurant Association ServSafe® certification exam and participate in an externship for valuable industry experience. Become a part of the “Dorsey Difference,” as you and other students of Dorsey Schools’ Culinary Arts program will have the opportunity to gain the experience and training needed to get the competitive (and creative) edge in the development of their careers in the culinary field.
To learn more about the Culinary Arts program offered at Dorsey Schools, you may call the Roseville campus at 586-296-3225 or the Waterford-Pontiac campus at 248-333-1814 to speak with an Admissions Representative.
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