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Craft brewing workshop - December 12, 2020

Attendees of the Craft Beer Workshop will experience and taste all the richness and diversity that craft beer can offer as a food item. We will try different styles of our in-house beer and learn and understand the craft beer production process.
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Most Innovative Pastry Chef in Croatia Shares Her Story

We peeked into the pastry philosophy of probably the most innovative pastry chef in Croatia, Dragana Kovačević. Dragana works at the renowned boutique hotel and winery Meneghetti and is the mentor to Kul IN students who intern at the hotel. She draws inspiration for her interactive desserts from Istria and the stories that Istria tells, from everyday people and events. Read the interview to take your day to a sweeter level!
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Open Enrollments

If gastronomy is on the list of your priorities, join us this winter and become a part of Kul IN’s international student network! The enrollment period for programs in March is open until February 12, 2021!
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Improving Together – Creativity Meets Relevance

Pursuing career in gastronomy provides you with the opportunity to specialize in different cuisines and experience different cultures. However, to achieve this goal, you will need to have a firm grasp on a broad range of trends and aspects of the food industry. Our programs start on March 17, 2021, and you can apply by February 12, 2021.
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Michelin Chef's Empowering Message

A Slavonia native, Goran Kočiš left Croatia after graduating from high school to pursue a career that would eventually earn him a Michelin star. He had worked all over Austria and after ten years he returned to Croatia. With his project Noel, he acquired the first, long-awaited Michelin star to continental Croatian gastronomy. One goal was achieved and Goran returned to Slavonia in pursuit of new challenges. His return has empowered local producers and inspired many to look for a successful career in the place closest to them - home.
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