Month: September 2016

CIA Alumni Spotlight: Roy Choi

It’s time for another Culinary Institute of America alumni spotlight. Here’s another chef and restaurateur you may have not known attended the CIA. But first, I’d like to apologize for the delay in this article. All this talk of the culinary world has lit a fire under me (no pun intended) to try and start cooking again, even if with pre sent meals. I’ve also decided to first re-do my kitchen in order to feel comfortable. Luckily an old co-worker of mine is now selling kitchen cabinets in Moreno Valley, CA and he’s really hooked up a beautiful kitchen for me. A kitchen worthy of culinary work. Pictures of the finished project will come soon. I just wanted to let you guys know why I haven’t written in a while.

Now, back to the spotlight on Roy Choi. For those of you who are fortunate enough to live in Southern California, I’m sure you’ve heard of the Kogi food truck. Roy Choi is one of the brilliant folks behind that awesome idea.

Roy Choi graduated the Culinary Institute of America in 1998. At the beginning of his career, for 15 years, he worked in classical French cuisines around the US. At that time he wasn’t feeling completely fulfilled, so he decided he wanted to do something involving the food he most loved.

Delicious Interesting Cuisine At Home

Okay, so I live on my own and I’m not the best chef. I know I know, for someone who loves talking about food all the time you would think I would know how to cook well but the truth is far from that. In fact, I’m recently been bombarded with home mailers and online ads in one form or another for one of these meal delivery services.

The idea of these meal delivery services is something I’ve actually been thinking about for a while. They come with all the ingredients you need along with supposedly easy to prepare recipes and theyre delivered