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Chef Scott: Swordfish “Pork Chops” Thanks to WQAD for the video. Chef Scott heads the Culinary Arts program at Scott Community College. Find out about the program at www.eicc.edu/....

Scott Community College — Chef Scott: Swordfish “Pork Chops” Thanks to WQAD...

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Chef Scott: Bacon and Baked Potato Soup

Chef Scott: Bacon and Baked Potato Soup

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Chef Scott: A BLT that Adds an “S” and a “C” Thanks to WQAD for the video. Chef Scott heads the Culinary Arts program at Scott Community College. Find out about the program at www.eicc.edu/....

Chef Scott: A BLT that Adds an “S” and a “C”

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Chef Scott: Beer Can Chicken without the Chicken or Beer Can Thanks to WQAD for the video. Chef Scott heads the Culinary Arts program at Scott Community College. Find out about the program at www.eicc.edu/.... Same old chicken dinner? It doesn’t have to be that way.

Scott Community College — Chef Scott: Beer Can Chicken without the Chicken...

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Chef Scott: Vegetarian Cheese and Tortellini Chowder

Chef Scott: Vegetarian Cheese and Tortellini Chowder

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It's easy to make your meals healthier. "Vegetarian dishes are really popular these days," says Chef Brad Scott, director of the Scott Community College's Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management C...

Chef Scott: Vegetarian Cheese and Tortellini Chowder

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Chef Brad Scott makes Winter Ribs - Full recipe in video description

Chef Brad Scott makes Winter Ribs

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20 Unique Healthy Food Alternatives - My Natural Family

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There is one word many cooks use in the depths of the winter cold - soup.

Chef Scott: Chicken Tortilla Soup

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Learn how to make cannolis then photograph them with EICC’s batch of November cooking classes! www.eicc.edu/...

We're always looking for ways to serve pork.    And sometimes the best recipes are from close to home. "I've got a great one that my mom taught me years ago", says Chef Brad Scott, director of Scot...

Chef Scott: Pigs in a Blanket

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McKinley students cook with ingredients from school garden at SCC

Upcoming cooking classes from EICC cover a wide range of topics. The hands-on classes are held at the college’s West Davenport Center, 2950 N. Fairmount St., from 6 - 9 p.m. and cost $19 each.

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Our culinary students had the great experience yesterday of meeting Chef Carlos Gaytan. Chef Gaytan was a contestant on the most recent Top Chef and owns Mexique, rated the second best restaurant in Chicago. He shared his amazing story of immigrating to the United States and starting his restaurant. He also took time to prepare a ceviche. Our thanks to Chef Gaytan for taking the time, and to Crow Valley Golf Club and Chef James Steffen for making it possible. — at Crow Valley Golf Club.

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There is a difference between sweet onion and yellow onion. Know your onion for best taste!

Chef Scott makes Saute'd Chicken Livers - YouTube

Holiday treats fill November's cooking classes

November is full of bread, breakfast, pie and paella

Check out the latest 'In the Kitchen' with our own Chef Scott. He shows us how to make a special "Mash-tini"

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    In the Kitchen with Chef Scott: A Special “Mash-tini” Thanks to WQAD for the video. We’re getting around entertainment time, people are having people over for open houses. How about a nice Mashtini for your Open House? Chef Brad Scott, director of Scott Community College’s School of Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management, says this is a great idea for someone trying to make a simple side dish extra special. “First of all, you need to start with a nice martini glass,” says Chef Scott. Then it’s just an easy recipe with few dishes to dirty. 1. For a small gathering, use 3 cups of mashed potatoes (instant potatoes are fine) 2. Add 3 tbsp of sour cream 3. Add 1 tbsp Dijon mustard 4. Add 1 tbsp of horseradish 5. Put potatoes on a low burner and stir Use a frying pan to make the topping. 1. Dice four shrimp into small pieces 2. Pour 2 tbsp of Chef’s butter (50/50 combinatiojn of butter and margarine) into pan 3. Add 1 tbsp of garlic (or garlic powder) 4. Add 2 tbsp diced mushrooms 5. Add 2 tbsp diced bacon 6. Add shrimp and saute until shrimp are finished 7. Add diced green onions and cook for 3 minutes (make sure shrimp don’t get tough) Add a dollop of potatoes per martini glass, then pour the topping over it. Sprinkle cheddar cheese to complete the mashtini. “People can carry these around before the main meal,” Chef Scott suggests. “Or, you can also make this ahead of time and make dueling crockpots so people can help themselves.” The “Mashtini” bar. What a great idea. Enjoy. Chef Scott is the program facilitator of Scott Community College's Culinary Arts program. Check out the Culinary Arts program at www.eicc.edu/culinary.

Warm ups this October with EICC's cooking classes. Learn how to make Gourmet pizza, Cobblers, Bruschetta, soup and more!

Chef Scott: Taking Tomatoes to a Higher Level

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Skip the burgers, just this time, and get creative on the grill. "Caprese Grilled Chicken with Balsamic Reduction Recipe"

Chef Scott makes a Ham, Cheese and Apple sandwich - YouTube