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Baltimore International College School of Culinary Arts’ Chef Eric Yeager named a winner of recipe contest


BALTIMORE – Baltimore International College’s culinary instructor Chef Eric Yeager was recently named a winner of the “To Honor the Healthy Menu” recipe contest developed by CAFÉ and the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board. Chef Yeager’s recipe featured Southwestern Cheddar Soup, a healthy, lighter soup compared to traditional cheese soups.

In an interview, Chef Yeager stated, “I went against the conventional idea of a thick cheese soup, and used the cheddar, itself, as a natural thickener instead of adding cream or butter. Not only is my version as hearty as traditional cheese soup, but because it’s lighter, it can be offered year round.”

The winners, a total of 20 culinary instructors from across the country, participated in an all-expenses-paid “cheese immersion” from August 15-18, 2010. The seminar helped educate the culinary instructors about the health value of cheese by touring farms, cheese plants and restaurants in Wisconsin, the largest cheese producer in the country.

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About Baltimore International College
Founded in 1972, Baltimore International College (BIC) is an independent, not-for-profit, four-year college offering certificate, associate, baccalaureate, and master degrees in culinary arts and hospitality business and management. The college’s campus is located in Baltimore, Maryland, just two blocks from the Inner Harbor, and an international campus is located in Virginia, County Cavan, Ireland.


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