Nick Peters Bond: From SNHU’s Kitchen to “Hell’s Kitchen”

From the SNHU culinary program to one of the most well-known cooking competitions in the country, Nick Peters Bond has transcended expectations by appearing on "Hell’s Kitchen," an acclaimed competition series that airs on FOX. After the completion of his first season in 2014, he was asked to return to the show for season 17, also known as the All-Star season. Bond attended SNHU

Culinary Major Dishes Out Details on European Cuisine

Amanda Richard, a culinary management major, is spending the first semester of her senior year in a country known internationally for its cuisine. While she has not had the opportunity to cook in her host family’s kitchen, she experiences Italian homecooked dinners five nights a week and has sampled other foods around Europe. In Italy, meals are separated into four courses There’s antipasto, first

SNHU Culinary Is Here To Stay

For the past two months, the Culinary department at SNHU has been in a state of unrest regarding the future of the Culinary program here on campus. On Monday, March 13, Michael Evans, Vice President of Academic Affairs, announced President Paul LeBlanc’s final decision. Back in January, Evans made a proposition to “teach out” the Culinary program, meaning that once the current freshman class

New Proposal for SNHU Culinary

Students who had signed the petition to “Save SNHU Culinary” may have re­ceived an email update on Feb­ruary 18 with new information regarding Michael Evans’ pro­posal. After the open forum held with the SNHU Community, it appeared as though the goal would be to look into new ways to cut costs of the SNHU Culi­nary program while not elimi­nating it completely. Jon Talbot,

Culinary Teach-Out Decision Put On Hold

The Culinary program at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) received shocking news when Michael Evans, Vice President of Academic Affairs, recommended a teach-out of the program in mid-January.  In a memo sent to many students and faculty on campus, Evans said, “this means that all current Culinary students will be able to continue to graduation and receive the degree they have earned, but we

Culinary Students Travel to the Big Apple

Early December is an exciting time for students and faculty here at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). For the culinary department, however, the transition from November to December marks the arrival of their annual trip to New York City. On Friday, Dec.2, 40 students embarked on an unforgettable journey to one of the most famous cities in the country. The trip, which was sponsored

Munchiez Touches Down

The culinary students at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) have brought Munchiez Food Truck to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. to serve food at New England Patriots Games. “Having the Munchiez Food Truck onsite at Foxboro Stadium was just one of the many collaborative projects that we’ve coordinated with the Patriots,” Director of Marketing and Communications, Steve Boucher said. Culinary students prepare food from