Creamy Peach Ice Cream

peach ice cream

Makes about 1 quart Homemade ice cream is simply the best – no preservatives, no additives — just a few high quality ingredients! Made fresh, your own ice cream is just that, fresh tasting. With so few ingredients in ice cream, using quality choices will make a noticeable difference in the final results. This particular […]

Heirloom Tomato Panzanella with Fresh Basil, Red Plums, and Grilled Corn


Serves 8 We firmly believe that the best way to enjoy a summer tomato is straight from the garden, ripe and warm from the sun! This panzanella salad allows garden fresh, heirloom tomatoes to shine, while all the other ingredients serve as a supporting cast. Quality ingredients are key to this simple summer salad — […]

Online Pastry & Baking Program: How Does it Work?

online pastry and baking program how does it work

Do you love to bake? Are you known in your family for your amazing eclairs or homemade bread? Or have you been thinking of opening your very own bakery? If so, maybe you should take your passion to the next level and get your Pastry & Baking Certificate at Park City Culinary Institute. Whether you’re […]

Peach and Blackberry Pie

Peach and Blackberry Pie

Serves 8 There’s no sweeter way to enjoy beautiful summer fruits than to pile it high into a flavor-packed pie! Fresh peaches and ripe blackberries are celebrated in this summer pie nestled inside a classic, flaky Pâte Brisée crust. Bright, citrus lemon flavors balance the warming notes of ginger and cardamom in a delicious and […]

Tips for Opening a Bakery

tips for opening a bakery

If you’ve always dreamed of opening a bakery but aren’t sure how to get started, we’re here to help. At Park City Culinary Institute, we offer a program for you to earn your Pastry and Baking Certificate to ensure your baking skills are at a professional level. Once you’ve received all the training you need […]

White Gazpacho

white gazpacho

Serves 4 – 6 Gazpacho is the ultimate summer delight. Often overlooked, this lunch or dinner soup is refreshing, cool, and surprisingly filling. We love this twist on the classic red — this one that features a citrusy, nutty profile that elevates everyday fruits and vegetables into a delicate and complex dish — one that […]

Our Flavorful Dry Rub on Grilled Pork Tenderloin

pork tenderloin dry rub

Makes 1-1/2 cups of rub — Tenderloin serves 4-6 Fire up the grill and make a small batch of dry rub for Dad! This dry rub is easy to mix and yields quick and delicious grilling results all summer long! Try this dry rub on grilled pork tenderloin, (like our featured recipe below), or on […]

How to Get Started as a Private Chef

how to start a career as a private chef

If you’re interested in pursuing a career as a private chef, it can be a bit of a challenge to get your foot in the door. Private chefs typically work for a single family or individual, often on a live-in basis, and cook and serve all (or most) of the family’s meals, cooking out of […]

Classic Potato Salad

Potato salad

Serves 6 – 8 This classic potato salad recipe features all of the best add-ins! With red potatoes as the base, this recipe features mini dill pickles that add a briny tang, celery for wonderful crunch, hard boiled eggs for richness and depth, and crispy bacon for a top garnish. This recipe is picnic perfect, […]

Tips for Establishing a Successful Online Baking Business

tips for establishing a successful online baking business

You love to bake. Maybe you’re known for your amazing artisanal breads, custom confections, or gluten-free cupcakes. Whatever your niche, you might be thinking about turning it into a side hustle or a full-time career. If you don’t have the money upfront to purchase or rent your own storefront right away, you may want to […]