“Food Brings Us Together”

Three of our SUNY Cobleskill Culinary Arts professors were interviewed this week by Kathryn Caggianelli of The Daily Gazette and shared some of their favorite Christmas dinner memories – and the recipes to make your own!

from the Daily Gazette on 12/16/15 – “Some of our earliest recollections are of the delicious smells we associate with Christmas. These aromatic memories come flooding to the surface when a favorite recipe is served, or being prepared.

For Chef Keith Buerker, a native of Niskayuna who is associate professor of Agriculture and Food Management in the Culinary Arts Department of SUNY Cobleskill, a traditional German dish can summon a fond childhood …”

Read the full article, with complete recipes online at The Daily Gazette.

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