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William Tillinghast J.

Director Of Culinary and Pastry

The Art Institute of Portland

Direct Phone: (215) ***-****       

Email: w***@***.edu

The Art Institute of Portland

1122 NW Davis St.

Portland, Oregon 97209

United States

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Affiliations

National Treasurer
American Academy of Chefs

Education

MBA

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Eating Lighter and Brighter this Summer | Kalon Women

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"It makes sense to eat lighter in the summer," says Chef William Tillinghast, culinary academic director at The Art Institute of Philadelphia. "Hot weather slows down the digestion and heavy foods are harder to digest."

Chef Tillinghast got together with Chef Jeffrey Floyd, culinary academic director at The Art Institute of Virginia Beach, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, to offer these five tips for enjoying summer's gastronomic delights.
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"The longer the time between preparation and consumption, the more flavor is lost," says Chef Tillinghast.
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"Cold soups like gazpacho, vichyssoise, avocado and cucumber, or various fruits, are refreshing," says Chef Tillinghast. For a delicious cold soup, peel and chop pears and apricots (or hull and cut up strawberries). Add a sprinkling of sugar and perhaps a little cinnamon or cardamom.


"It makes sense to eat lighter ...

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"It makes sense to eat lighter in the summer," says Chef William Tillinghast, culinary academic director at The Art Institute of Philadelphia. "Hot weather slows down the digestion and heavy foods are harder to digest."

Chef Tillinghast got together with Chef Jeffrey Floyd, culinary academic director at The Art Institute of Virginia Beach, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, to offer these five tips for enjoying summer's gastronomic delights.
...
"The longer the time between preparation and consumption, the more flavor is lost," says Chef Tillinghast.
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"Cold soups like gazpacho, vichyssoise, avocado and cucumber, or various fruits, are refreshing," says Chef Tillinghast. For a delicious cold soup, peel and chop pears and apricots (or hull and cut up strawberries). Add a sprinkling of sugar and perhaps a little cinnamon or cardamom.


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Chef William Tillinghast Culinary Academic Director The Art Institute of Philadelphia

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Tillinghast is available to speak with the media and provide additional tips for summer eating, as well as healthy eating in general.
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Chef William Tillinghast Culinary Academic Director The Art Institute of Philadelphia

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Tillinghast is available to speak with the media and provide additional tips for summer eating, as well as healthy eating in general.
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Will they benefit more from using Instagram video vs.


&ldquoIt tends to make sense to ...

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&ldquoIt tends to make sense to consume lighter in the summer time,&rdquo says Chef William Tillinghast, culinary academic director at The Art Institute of Philadelphia. &ldquoHot climate slows down the digestion and heavy foods are tougher to digest.&rdquo

Chef Tillinghast got collectively with Chef Jeffrey Floyd, culinary academic director at The Art Institute of Virginia Beach, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, to offer these five suggestions for enjoying summer season&rsquos gastronomic delights.
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The fresher the create, the less preparation needed. &ldquoThe longer the time between preparation and consumption, the more flavor is lost,&rdquo says Chef Tillinghast.
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&ldquoCold soups like gazpacho, vichyssoise, avocado and cucumber, or different fruits, are refreshing,&rdquo says Chef Tillinghast. For a scrumptious cold soup, peel and chop pears and apricots (or hull and cut up strawberries). Add a sprinkling of sugar and probably a little cinnamon or cardamom.

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