It's a Wrap for "Cooking with Class"


Next week on Wednesday, May 23, Chef Frank Terranova will sign-off during NBC10's News at Noon broadcast for the last time with his signature, "Now that's Cooking with Class."

For more than 20 years, NBC10 viewers have welcomed JWU into their homes by tuning in to "Cooking with Class," for the weekday culinary segment that began airing in the late 90s during the station's weekly newscasts and at the height of the food television explosion. Chef Terranova has shared tips and recipes with the audience. In 2015, Chef Jonathan Poyourow, assistant professor, joined the line-up to demonstrate how "Johnson & Wales University is changing the way the world eats®," an initiative that offered a healthier approach to eating.

Recently, Chef Terranova made the decision to conclude his weekday appearances on Cooking with Class. He will continue to appear with Mario Hilario on NBC10's Sunday broadcast of "Weekend Sunrise."

JWU thanks Chef Frank Terranova for his commitment to Cooking with Class and to the viewers of who have watched the more than 4,000 dishes that its chefs have shared. In addition, the university expresses its appreciation to NBC10 for these segments that were filmed on our campus, giving hundreds of JWU students who worked behind-the-scenes the opportunity to gain valuable television production experience.

Pictured: Hannah Corvene '18 (left), Chef Frank Terranova (center), and Audrey Sweetwood '18 (right). Hannah and Audrey are preparing some of their favorite recipes before graduating this weekend with Chef Terranova on Cooking with Class this week. The segments will be posted to the NBC 10 website.