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skip to content gastronomy at bu boston university's metropolitan college gastronomy blog primary menu about events people students association contact gastronomy summer courses registration for summer term classes begins on thursday, february 23. take a look at the offerings from the gastronomy department. summer term 1 gastronomy classes met ml 641 anthropology of food – with dr. karen metheny summer 1 (may 24-june 28), mondays and wednesdays, 5:30 to 9 pm what can food tell us about human culture and social organization? food offers us many opportunities to explore the ways in which humans go about their daily lives from breaking bread at the family table to haggling over the price of meat at the market to worrying about having enough to eat. food can also tell us about larger social organizations and global interconnections through products like spam that are traded around the globe and the ways in which a fruit like the tomato transformed the culinary culture of european nations. in this course we consider how the anthropology of food has developed as a subfield of cultural anthropology. we also look at the various methodologies and theoretical frameworks used by anthropologists met ml 673 food and film – with dr. potter palmer summer 1 (may 23-june 29), tuesdays and thursdays, 5:30 to 9 pm we can all take pleasure in eating good food, but what about watching other people eat or cook food? this course surveys the history of food in film. it pays particular attention to how food and foodways are depicted as expressions of culture, politics, and group or personal identity. we will watch a significant number of films, both fiction and non-fiction, classic and modern. a good portion of class time will also be given to discussing the readings in combination with hands-on, in-depth analysis of the films themselves. 4 cr. tuition: $3320 met ml 650 – the foundation of beer and spirits – with sandy block summer 1 (may 25-june 29), thursdays, 5:30 to 9 pm explores the 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pairing; and comprehend the process of grape growing and winemaking. 2 cr. tuition: $1660; lab fee: $200; total charge: $1860  met ml 699 laboratory in the culinary arts: baking – with janine sciarappa summer 1 (may 23 – june 28), tuesdays and wednesdays, 5:30 to 9:30 pm exposes students to a craft-based understanding of the culinary arts from which to better understand how food and cuisine fit into the liberal arts and other disciplines and cultures. integrates personal experience and theory through discipline by training students in classic and modern techniques and theories of food production, through pastry and baking methods and working efficiently, effectively, and safely. also introduces students to baking techniques from various cultures and cuisines from around the world. 4 cr. tuition: $3320; lab fee: $1500; total charge: $4820 summer term 2 gastronomy classes met ml 698 laboratory in the culinary arts: cooking – with christine merlo summer 2 (july 5 – august 9), tuesdays and wednesdays, 5:30 to 9:30 pm exposes students to a craft-based understanding of the culinary arts from which to better understand how food and cuisine fit into the liberal arts and other disciplines and cultures. integrates personal experience and theory through discipline by training students in classic and modern techniques and theories of food production, through cooking and working efficiently, effectively, and safely. also introduces students to foods of various cultures and cuisines from around the world. students are expected to provide their own chef’s coat and knives. 4 cr. tuition: $3320; lab fee: $1500; total charge: $4820 met ml 704 special topic: survey of italian wine – with bill nesto summer 2 (july 6 – august 10), thursdays, 5:30 to 9 pm topic for summer 2017: survey of italian wine. provides students with a thorough knowledge of italian wine. by the end of the course, students will know the history, cultural context, and styles of wine made throughout italy and will understand issues within the italian wine industry and the market performance of italian wines in italy and in other countries. regular class tastings illustrate examples of wine types. 2 cr. tuition: $1660; lab fee: $200; total charge: $1860 met ml 719 food values: local to global food policy, practice, and performance – with ellen messer summer 2 (july 3-august 9), mondays and wednesdays, 5:30 – 9 pm reviews various competing and sometimes conflicting frameworks for assessing what are “good” foods. examines what global, national, state, and local food policies can do to promote the production and consumption of these foods. teaches how to conceptualize, measure, and assess varying ecological, economic, nutritional, health, cultural, political, and justice claims. analyzes pathways connecting production and consumption of particular foodstuffs in the u.s. and the world. emphasizes comparative food systems and food value chains, and the respective institutional roles of science and technology, policy, and advocacy in shaping food supply and demand. 4 cr. tuition: $3320 met ml ua 510 special topics in urban affairs – with walter carroll summer 2 (july 6 – august 10), tuesdays and thursdays, 6 to 9:30 pm topic for summer 2017: feeding the city: urban food. examines historical and contemporary issues involved in providing food to cities and metropolitan areas. tracing the routes that food takes into the city and the major sources of food, the course looks closely at the accessibility of food, especially in poorer urban neighborhoods. among topics covered are obesogenic neighborhoods, food deserts, gentrification and foodie culture, public school food and nutrition, attempts to minimize food waste, and immigrants and ethnic foods in the city. the course also considers recent attempts at food production in cities, including urban agriculture, vertical farming, and craft production of food products. after closely looking at the history and current status of food programs, the course concludes with a consideration of urban food policies. 4 cr. tuition: $2640 posted on february 19, 2017february 19, 2017 by gastronomyatbuposted in courses, food business, food communications, food culture & history, food systems, gastronomy at bu, students, uncategorizedtagged anthropology of food, beer and spirits, boston, culinary arts, food and film, food policy, gastronomy, gastronomy at bu, summer courses, university, urban affairs, wine. leave a comment alumni spotlight: audrey reid fun fact: there is such a job as brewing scientist. no, not a scientist that has taken up brewing, a scientist that studies beer and works with brewers to craft the perfect libation. bu gastronomy alum and self-proclaimed gastronomical chemist audrey reid started imbibe solutions, a charlottesville, va based laboratory that works with craft breweries and small wineries, to do just that. she found a need for laboratory testing by breweries and wineries who didn’t have a fully equipped lab of their own, so she opened imbibe solutions to fulfill the need and save the businesses from the large investment required to build one. breweries and wineries measure a variety of variables throughout their processes. for breweries, quality control testing is about consistency of product from batch to batch, process efficiency, elongation of shelf-life, and elimination of off-flavors. for wineries, qc tests help winemakers understand what their starting product is, monitor fermentation and aging, make adjustments, add preservatives, and prevent microbial contamination. common lab tests you will likely be familiar with but may not have given much thought to, include: abv, ibu, residual sugar, gravity, acetic acid, carbonation, and sulfites. during her time in the gastronomy program, audrey relied on both classes and the amazing opportunities that boston presents to shape her education. she studied national wine policies and flavors produced by yeast in beer at 808 comm., while learning about fermentation from boston ferments, brewing with friends, and picking the brain of an intern at a local distillery. she thought she might do policy work for the wine and beer industry after graduation; never once did she think she would become an entrepreneur. it wasn’t until she moved to charlottesville and spoke with a brewer about the need for chemists in the industry, that she realized she could do one better than beer policy, she could combine her love for food and science as a beer chemist. one of the biggest lessons the gastronomy program taught her, is you have to design your own path. the program certainly doesn’t dictate which classes to take (beyond the core); you take the classes that sound interesting and teach you what you want to know, whether in the program, elsewhere at bu, or at any of the other amazing schools in the city. and as students well know, this is a unique program relatively new to the world, which means you often have to create your own job upon graduation. find what you want to do and convince the right people that they need someone like you. for audrey, that meant starting a laboratory to help brewers and winemakers succeed in their ever-growing industries. posted on february 9, 2017february 9, 2017 by gastronomyatbuposted in gastronomy at bu, students, uncategorizedtagged batch, beer, charlottesville, chemist, chemistry, fermentation, flavor, gastronomy, gastronomy at bu, grapes, imbibe, malt, wine, wineries, yeast. leave a comment more new spring ’17 students classes have just begun for students enrolled in the mla in gastronomy and food studies graduate certificate programs this spring! here are two more new candidates. madoka sasa was born and raised in nagano in japan and received her ba in social welfare from tokyo metropolitan university in tokyo. after graduating from college she began to work for a newspaper as a staff writer. while working at the company, she transferred from tokyo to other rural regions where she began to cultivate an interest in food and drink. she realized that talking, tasting and knowing about typical local foods and drinks was always a good way for her to understand the culture and people there, and to make new friends in strange towns. her network of friends and precious memories in those days are strongly connected with various foods in the area. through this program, madoka wants to learn about relationships among people and food from various points of view. she believes that this is one of the best ways to understand people more deeply, and to understand the needs of the times. she hopes to utilize her education in gastronomy to improve her skills as a journalist, and to contribute to a society where people can enjoy delicious meals in peace. sarit rubinstein was born and raised in israel. she has an mba from tel-aviv university and has worked as a business manager and economist for major banks and credit card companies in israel. she has always been passionate about baking, however, and after completing her master’s degree she decided to attend a pastry school and several cake decorating workshops. she has since mastered cake decorating using fondant, royal icing, and buttercream, and is now a cake designer and the proud owner of a successful home-based business, “sweet-art cakes”, here in ma. growing up in israel and surrounded by a variety of cultural backgrounds, sarit has always loved exploring and learning about food-related stories, recipes, and customs. she hopes to use her gastronomy studies at bu to look further into the relationships between food history and culture. in addition, she desires to learn more about food labeling and nutrition, and the effects of food policies on our lives. posted on february 6, 2017february 6, 2017 by gastronomyatbuposted in outside the classroom, students, uncategorizedtagged boston university, buttercream, cake, gastronomy, israel, japan, mba, semester, spring, tokyo. leave a comment besan laddoos deconstructed: the science behind this indian sweet by: sonia dovedy growing up in an indian household, i was often handed a precious, round morsel to savor during any holiday, religious festival, or simply as a doting gift from a relative. known as “laddoo,” which translates to “round ball,” these beloved confections of clarified butter, various flours, sugar, dried fruit, and nuts have always held a sweet place in my heart.  for my food science class (met ml 619), i took on the exciting task of exploring the science behind preparing the laddoo. some history historically, laddoos were created for their medicinal purposes. comprised of healthful ingredients such as desi ghee, dates, chickpea flour, nuts and seeds, these sweets were meant to invigorate the weak and nourish individuals. additionally, they served as a perfect ration for warriors and travelers because of their ease in transportation and long storage life. then, when the british brought sugar to india, the entire purpose of laddoos dramatically changed. recipes were re-created with the addition of the addicting sucrose, and laddoos became ubiquitous treats, necessary for every celebratory occasion. today, laddoos come in all varieties – from traditional besan (chickpea flour) laddoos, to coconut laddoos, date laddoos, and more. yet their shape remains the same – a small, round ball, in adherence to their namesake. the project within indian households, cooking is not a science; recipes come from stories, directions come from instinct, and the perfect flavor comes from experience. thus, when asking the culinary experts of my mother and grandmother for help on decoding the “science” behind one of my favorite sweets, besan laddoo, i did not receive much clear guidance. for example, when asking how long to cook the besan, my mother replied, “i don’t know? just cook it until it smells roasted. you will know.” after many attempts and questions, i was able to patch together the following recipe: the science: i will now explain the science within each step of the recipe as well as the role that the different ingredients play during the process of making besan laddoo. the roasting the first step is to roast the besan, or finely ground chickpea flour in the ghee. ghee is essentially butter which has been cooked for a long time, until the milk solids have browned and caramelized. these milk solids of casein, lactose, and whey, are then strained from the mixture, and the resulting product is a clear liquid of pure milk fat with nutty, burnt caramel notes. the use of ghee in the laddoo is important for the following reasons: it adds nutty, burnt caramel flavors. its high smoke point of 450f is well suited to fry the other ingredients. it helps to preserve laddoos for a long period of time. laddoos store well for up to two weeks! when the besan undergoes the maillard reaction, it takes on golden hues, emits a nutty aroma, and transforms into a rich, savory ingredient, essential for this sweet. during the roasting process, it is imperative to roast the besan on a medium-low flame while stirring continuously. this slow, careful process ensures that each granule of besan is exposed to even heat, providing for an even roasting of the flour; this also prevents the besan from burning and becoming bitter. the next step is to add the non-fat dry milk powder to the besan/ghee mixture, and roast for five more minutes. the use of non-fat dry milk powder in this recipe adds important depth in flavor; here, the concentrated dose of milk sugar, lactose, facilitates the maillard reaction even further and imparts a sweet, burnt caramel flavor to the laddoo. it is important to note that the milk powder is added to the mixture towards the very end of the roasting process for a short period of time. otherwise, the milk solids would burn. the flavoring once roasting is complete, the mixture is removed the heat and allowed to cool minimally – just enough so that it is able to be handled while adding the rest of the ingredients: confectioner’s sugar, cardamom, and a pinch of salt. it is important for the batter to stay warm because sugar and salt are much more soluble in warmer substances than cooler ones, and heat allows for the cardamom spice to release its fragrant oils. there is no concern about over-mixing the batter, because there is no gluten in this recipe. regarding sugar, in this recipe, the use of confectioner’s sugar is essential, not only to sweeten this dish, but also to achieve the melt-in-your mouth, creamy consistency that this particular laddoo boasts. confectioner’s sugar, or granulated sugar that has been ground to a fine powder, contains the same chemical structure as ordinary granulated sugar, sucrose. however, it has a small addition of starch, which helps it to absorb moisture and prevents it from caking. thus, in this recipe, the confectioner’s variety of sugar is crucial for texture. in addition, cardamom, a familiar spice used in indian cuisine, provides warming flavor notes to the besan laddoo. when crushed and heated, this seed emits floral, fruity terpene compounds and cineole, an essential oil similar to eucalyptus. finally, salt (my own personal addition to the recipe), or sodium chloride, intensifies the sweetness and adds a depth in flavor to this dish. the formation the last step of the recipe is to take about two tablespoons of the batter and squeeze it together in your palm a few times in order to form a small round ball. at first, the mixture crumbles, but with firm repetitive motions, it begins to glue together. here, it is helpful to lightly grease your palms with ghee, as this provides a seal around the laddoo, preventing sticky moisture from entering. as the laddoos cool, they transform from a soft, crumbly consistency into a firm, solid mass. this change in structure is due to the redistribution of the chemical compounds from the ingredients. for example, as the ghee in the batter cools, it returns to its solid state. in addition, the amylose and amylopectin in the chickpea flour realign in different places around the ghee, producing a thicker, more solid formation. these laddoos can be stored in an airtight container for up to three weeks, making them a suitable travel snack. the final product of this exploration is a collection of precious confections: dense golden balls, with a crumbly centers that melt into a soft, creamy texture on the tongue. flavor notes include nutty, roasted, and burnt caramel profiles from the roasting, as well as warm eucalyptus notes from the cardamom. while it is not necessary to know the science behind these round treasures in order to enjoy their sweetness, i would argue that this research adds even more depth to their flavor. enjoy! read more from sonia at  www.bakewithsonia.com and www.cookwithsonia.wordpress.com. posted on january 30, 2017 by gastronomyatbuposted in gastronomy at bu, outside the classroom, recipes, students, uncategorizedtagged besan, besan laddoos, boston, boston university, cardamom, carmalized, confectioner's sugar, flavor, food science, formation, gastronomy, ghee, indian, recipe, roasting, savor, science. leave a comment new students, spring ’17 classes have just begun for students enrolled in the mla in gastronomy and food studies graduate certificate programs this spring! here are three of the new candidates. sydney manning, originally from wisconsin by way of california, was raised on cheese, brats, kringle, and soul food. she spent junior and senior year of high school in england, where she was exposed to new countries, cultures, and authentic european cuisines. she received her bs in marketing communication from emerson college and ventured into a career in social media marketing for both the food and hospitality industries. while working, sydney began to develop an interest in cooking and eating that went beyond a night out or writing copy for one of her clients. suddenly she found herself looking at a dish, longing to learn how to create it on her own, and began documenting every triumph (and occasional failure) on her blog, daintydwellings.com. gradually, each project she took on got more ambitious until she realized that preparing food (especially for others) had somehow become a part of her very being. it was then that she decided, the world of food was not only where she wanted to spend her personal life, but her professional life as well. with her degree in gastronomy, sydney hopes to pursue a career in food media, food activism, restaurant marketing, and/or hospitality. madison trapkin is a native atlantan, born out of a love for food. as the daughter of a chef and a restaurant owner, she began her culinary love affair at a very young age. madison graduated with a ba in anthropology from the university of georgia in 2014.   shortly after, she boarded a plane to italy to work as an au pair for a family of russian winemakers living in the heart of tuscany.  she returned to the us with a fire in her belly and a mission to make something out of her passion for food. while in college, madison created bread & thread (http://bread-and-thread.com), her food and art blog. she uses mediums such as photography, recipes, poems, and music to give her audience a multi-sensory food experience. the most important events in her life have always seemed to happen around a table – whether it’s her best friend’s teary wedding rehearsal dinner or a plate of fluffy pancakes at her parent’s house on a sunday morning. madison is elated at the opportunity to continue her liberal arts education as a part of bu’s gastronomy program.  she’s especially excited about the possibility of combining food and gender studies and hopes to one-day work as a food writer or critic in some capacity. photo: jimmy chau sarah wu grew up in the san francisco bay area, but considers herself a bi-costal girl, as she was born on and frequently visits the east coast. she earned her b.s. in journalism at boston university and has studied spanish for nine years, including as a minor in college. sarah can speak hours about madrid and the spanish food she deeply misses. she is a travel and food writer and the former managing editor of the buzz. she also wrote, translated, and edited for where madrid, a travel magazine in spain. after speaking with former gastronomy students and taking taste, culture, and power: the global history of food and food writing course at bu, she knew that she wanted to combine her love of writing and travel with global tastes in the gastronomy program. when she’s not writing or editing, you can find her taking photos of food or ballroom dancers, as she is a competitive ballroom dancer herself. she hopes to write for a national magazine in the future or even work as a public relations coordinator for restaurants or food establishments. a less realistic goal for her is to host her own travel channel show, but she knows that her fast talking might not be great for television, so she prefers her pen and paper. posted on january 22, 2017january 30, 2017 by gastronomyatbuposted in gastronomy at bu, students, uncategorizedtagged boston, boston university, bu, gastronomy, gastronomy at bu. leave a comment posts navigation older posts follow us on twittermy tweetslike our facebook page like our facebook page student blogsannaliese maree a plum by any other name a vanderslice of the sweet life breakfast @ sunset canning craft can you cookie carlos cuisine cheap beets chocolate for basil concrete magnolia cook with sonia eating on a whim emily contois erin ross on grist essen essen the flex foodie floreakeats food, in a word the four seasonings thefrenchadventure the gastronomy files ginger-snapped good cook doris the grizzly kitchen hello, good bite imbibing in the bay in the cactus garden jill eats kelly’s healthy kitchen made in rome mike kostyo no return ticket what emily cooks the young austinian gastronomy program 808 commonwealth avenue 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