This Butternut Squash Side Dish Is Your Go-To This Winter

The Institute of Culinary Education has teamed up with GrowNYC for a monthly series highlighting a seasonal ingredient at the farmers’ market. And this month — just in time for the holiday season — we


All Hail This Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich

Thanksgiving week is here, bringing forth endless to do (and grocery) lists to the masses. ICE New York’s Culinary Arts Chef-Instructor, Chris Arturo, goes whole hog for the holiday, leaning into the

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Trade Your Pumpkin Pie Out for These Pumpkin Blondies

Pumpkin pie has always been a divisive dessert. For some it’s the best part of Thanksgiving, and the fall season in general, for others it’s the dreaded ‘must do’ dessert on the table, often


Lean Into Fall with Apple & Pumpkin Butter

After a recent family trip to an orchard in New York’s Hudson Valley, ICE New York’s Lead Chef & Operations Manager, Joshua Resnick, found his cup runneth over with apples. So he did what any good


Recipe: Concord Grape Tart

The Institute of Culinary Education has teamed up with GrowNYC for a monthly series highlighting a seasonal ingredient at the farmers’ market. And this month, we’re diving deep into the world of

Chef Jesus "Chuy" Cervantes folds a corn tamale

The Simple Elegance of Corn with Jesus "Chuy" Cervantes

Corn is everywhere — in the grocery store, at the farmer’s market and maybe even taking over your social media feed via catchy TikTok song. Though you may think you know everything there is to know


These Pumpkin Spice Bananas Foster Crêpes Scream Fall

At its core, pumpkin spice — or pumpkin pie spice — is a blend of ground cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, clove and allspice. “I love pumpkin spice,” says ICE New York’s Lead Recreational Chef-Instructor


Recipe: Eggplant Manti

Greenmarkets have been fixtures throughout the five boroughs since 1976, showcasing nature’s bounty and various products from around the Tristate area and beyond. A part of GrowNYC, which launched in

pea soup

Cool Off with this Pea and Avocado Soup

A refreshing bowl of chilled pea soup — rich in vitamins A and K — is a great way to beat the heat. ICE’s Director of Culinary Affairs, Hervé Malivert, partners his peas with avocado to give it a

collard greens

Recipe: Stuffed Collard Green Wraps

“Salt is your friend.” Wise words spoken by Shenarri “Greens” Freeman, Executive Chef of acclaimed Cadence restaurant in Manhattan’s East Village, during her demonstration at ICE’s New York campus. A


A Taste of Home: This Traditional Austrian Cake is Perfect for Summer

Now, living in the United States, he finds the taste of home through the simple and traditional Austrian cake. Obstfleck is typically made with apricots and other stone fruits, best served during


How to Upgrade Your Summer Lobster Roll

Grab your novelty lobster-print bib and prepare yourself. There's a different, not-so-secret type of lobster roll that may change your life, or at least, your summer cookouts. Native to New England

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