Food

A man brings out a tray of food as students look on.
SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Faculty Cooking Throw Down Dishes Up Camaraderie

The event brought faculty and students together to celebrate the end of the academic year at the Nolan School of Hotel Administration at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

Researchers and community members gather aquatic vegetation, ceratophyllum demersum, from a water access point in northern Senegal.
SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Dead & Company concert funds $800K for new climate solutions

Two of the five projects announced this month by The 2030 Project are led by SC Johnson College of Business faculty Chris Barrett and Elena Belavina.

upper body shot of Rahanna Bisseret.
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Meet the Sophomore Who’s a Culinary Phenom

Rahanna Bisseret Martinez ’26 is gaining fame for her multicultural cuisine—and she has already published a cookbook.

Mikhail Essa
Dyson BusinessFeed

Student input adds flavor, variety to halal, kosher meals

Dyson student Mikhail Essa’s goal is to work with Cornell Dining to have more kosher and halal food available at dining locations throughout campus.

Image of influencer Justine Doiron ’16 in the kitchen
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Influencer Justine Doiron ’16 Cooks Up Healthy Comfort Food

After a personal struggle with disordered eating, the TikTok star offers accessible recipes for an audience of millions.

Image of Rahanna Bisseret Martinez ’26 cookbook cover titled "Flavor+Us"
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Flavor+US

Nolan School sophomore Rahanna Bisseret Martinez ’26 published a cookbook offering more than 70 dishes touching on a wide variety of global cuisines.

Cheryl Stanley and Douglass Miller clink glasses near a bar cart with cocktail ingredients.
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Nonalcoholic drinks with complex flavors top NYE trends

Cornell food and beverage experts offer up on-trend, nonalcoholic cocktail recipes and tips for the holiday season.

a young man holds out a tray with samples of brown butter to a woman and two men seated in a lecture hall.
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Brown Butter Rises to the Top at Hospitality Pitch Deck Competition

Jonah Gershon ’24 won the eighth annual Hospitality Pitch Deck Competition for his pitch to develop spekld, brown butter in a stick.

A young child in a field holding fresh carrots
Dyson BusinessFeed

Farm-to-School Food Program a Net Positive, Study Finds

Farm-to-school programs, which bring healthy foods to children and support rural economic development, actually work from an economic perspective in at least one upstate New York school district, according to new Cornell research.