Posts By: Karl Low

Chef Corey

My name is Corey, I’m a student in Business Management. Before coming to AU I worked in the food industry. I graduated from NAIT’s Culinary Art’s program in 2007 with a diploma in cooking. I have my journeyman certificate, Red Seal, and Blue Seal. I have worked in restaurants, hotels, golf courses, and coffee shops. These days I’m a stay at home parent to three kids, 10-year-old twins and a 6-year-old. My wife works as an RN and program manager at the Stollery Hospital.

Homemade is Better—Chicken Kiev

As I’ve mentioned before, I challenged my wife and kids to come up with recipes from other countries.  This past week it was my oldest daughter’s turn.  She had chosen Russia, so we researched a few items to make.  She decided to make cabbage rolls and Herring salad.  None of us have ever had herring… Read more »

The Food Challenge

Two weeks ago, I challenged my three kids to think of a country they would like to visit.  I further instructed them to choose a few dishes that we could cook, which would allow us to explore some of the culture unique to that country. My youngest, who is six, said she wanted to try… Read more »

Black Bean Burgers

Hello, all you self isolationist fellow students, Chef Corey here again with another weekly recipe.  My past recipes have been relatively carb-heavy; this week, I’ve decided on vegetarian options.  I’ve been tweaking a few recipes I’ve seen for a black bean burger.  Last summer I was finally able to make it and have it taste… Read more »

Homemade is Better—Saturday Pancakes

Every Saturday, my family and I have made pancakes. We’ve done this for at least eight years.  This recipe is tried and true and never fails.  We usually weigh some of the ingredients, but I’ve changed it for measurement.  I hope you enjoy them as much as we have!!   Saturday Pancakes Prep time: 15… Read more »

Homemade is Better—Friday Night Pizza

For five years my family has eaten pizza on Fridays.  We make it because there is something about homemade pizza, it just has a better quality to it.  And its cheap!  Anyone can make pizza.  With a few ingredients, some time, and some patience you will be rewarded with a restaurant experience at home! If… Read more »