About this project
The project is a multi-disciplinary collaboration between the Baking and Pastry Arts Management program and the Digital Business Management BComm program, supervised by Chef Alastair Gray & Hanadi Alnawab, and funded by Longo Centre for Entrepreneurship
As part of their BAKE 204 coursework, second year students in the Baking and Pastry Arts Management program have been given instructions to critique a coffee or tea shop and review every aspect of their experience from the quality of the beverage to how it is presented to what it is presented in, and of course what you can eat with it, making sure to not forget the ambiance.
A BAKE 204 Blog website was created to host the content created by the BAKE 204 class. The BAKE students were added to the website’s dashboard with the role of “Author” where they can write, upload images, edit and publish their own posts.
About BAKE 204 Course: Coffee and tea are the most widely consumed beverages on the planet. With these beverages, many meal experiences can be greatly enhanced, or spoiled. BAKE 204 Coffee, Tea and Café Service, a course within Baking and Pastry Arts Management program is an introduction to the science of tea and coffee production, preparation and service. The course will take the students from the fields where tea and coffee plants are cultivated, through to the harvesting, processing, packaging, distribution, to the ultimate destination, a cup at your favourite watering hole.
Tutorials (User Manual & Video)