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Cooking for Your Life With the Drexel Food Lab
The Drexel Food Lab celebrated its partnership with Cook for Your Life with a special dinner drawn from founder Ann Ogden Gaffney’s new cookbook.
Student's ‘City of Butter-ly Love’ Ice Cream Dish Wins Shake Shack Contest

Drexel Culinary Arts student Emily Lloyd, creates the “City of Butter-ly Love” concrete, for Shake Shack's July menu. The City of Butter-ly Love mixes vanilla custard with butter cake (a Philly favorite), caramel and brown butter bits.

 

Bourbon or Rye? You Can't Tell the Difference
Whiskey aficionados may claim that Manhattans must be made with fiery, grassy rye, while an Old Fashioned requires the sweetness of bourbon.  But a new study from Jake Lahne, PhD, assistant professor of food science shows the average consumer cannot discriminate between the two flavors.
Vetri Talks Sale of Restaurants to Urban Outfitters
On February 1, Chef Marc Vetri closed the deal with Urban Outfitters in which he sold his family of restaurants to the Philadelphia-based retailer. The move left many in the business industry scratching their heads. But for Vetri, it was a strategic and natural partnership that came after years of the two organizations working together.

Academic Bistro

Drexel's student-run restaurant open to the public for dining and private events.

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