Passionate about Pastry – Show your talents on TV – Bake Off – The Professionals 2018 Love Productions and Channel 4 are excited to announce its sister show Bake Off: The Professionals (formally known as Crème de la Crème) is also moving to Channel 4 for its third series. They wish to continue to showcase and celebrate […]
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Suspected serial killer Stephen Port has appeared via videolink at the Old Bailey charged with poisoning and murdering four young men. Mr Port, of Barking, London, is accused of killing the men after contacting them via dating websites between June 2014 and September this year. The 40-year-old allegedly gave his victims large amounts of the […]
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Congratulations to this years winner Reece Calvert, under alot of pressure performing in front of The Judges & guests and fellow chefs. With this years event being held at The RWC Fanzone in Newcastle, the heat was on under tense conditions. Reece’s winning formula, Tasting of rabbit, carrot & black cabbage pie. Warm […]
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Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. Today we bring you stories about those most batshit fucking locoeven-keeled and calm individuals: chefs. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers. Erica Tenley: “My husband spent the second half of his […]
Afternoon All , A fantastic opportunity has arisen for 6 Colleges ( 2 students and 1 lecturer from each College ) This is Going to be The Biggest Flying Visit EVER !! ….. 27th September – The Leather Bottle SW17 0NY Charities – Wooden Spoon and Teenage Cancer Trust The Dirty Dozen – TWO teams – […]
Jeanne Horak-Druiff is the creator of Cooksister.com, probably the UK’s longest surviving food blog having started in May 2004. A South African who has been living in London for 15 years, Jeanne shares her love of good food, good photography and luxury travel on her blog through a combination of recipes, restaurant reviews and travelogues. […]
Restaurant Week Newcastle Restaurant Week is an initiative involving Newcastle restaurants designed to drive trade at traditionally quiet times of year. It launched in 2011, led by NE1 Ltd, and was modelled on a similar scheme operating in New York City. Newcastle Restaurant Week event has grown in popularity with participating businesses experiencing 44% increase […]
Matthew Kourie Become a fanFood and cocktail adventurer. Host of, “Bites and Booze” w/Spot On Magazine, Co-Owner; The NY Best Wings Festival and BestWingsLI.com We have been eating chicken wings for over 50 years in the U.S. If you’re following my, “AmazeWing” Adventure, you know how I feel about the staple flavors that you can find at […]
1 We’ve been enjoying the summer season for more than a few weeks already, but it’s right now — when July melts its way into August — that the summer harvest is at its peak. Summer squash are plentiful, bouquets of basil are everywhere, and tomatoes are starting to ripen. It’s at this moment that you should be running to the […]
Afternoon , Mark Poynton is kindly putting on a limited ( numbers ) lunch at his Michelin Star Restaurant Alimentum for feedback on this year’s “ A Passion to Inspire “ competition Date – Wednesday , 22nd July http://www.restaurantalimentum.co.uk/ Cost will be £15 per head and will be subsidised by First Contact Chefs If you wish to attend […]
NATIONAL CHEF OF THE YEAR SEMI-FINALISTS REVEALED 19/05/2015 13:42:00 The paper entries have been judged and the Craft Guild of Chefs can now reveal the 40 chefs going though to the semi-final of the National Chef of the Year competition. The semi-finalists listed below will compete in the heats at Sheffield College on Thursday 11 […]
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By R. Jason Benson, John Kolka, Justin Croft April 01, 2015 Everybody knows a waiter with more industrial horror stories than the Hellraiser series. But how much of that stuff is real, how much is embellished, and how much of it was just a hallucination from eating last week’s leftover specials? We spoke to Justin Croft, a chef with 15 years […]
“ A Passion to Inspire “ winners 2015 – Colchester Institute – Congratulations A Massive Thank YOU to all the support Passion has received this year – Partners – Employers – Colleges – Producers – Chefs Fantastic Hospitality from all at West Suffolk College – The Final 2016 at The College of West Anglia Great […]
Save the date! 23rd September 2015, Vallum Farm, Northumberland Home What’s On Exhibitor list Speakers Visitor Information Exhibitors Information Testimonials Gallery Contact Register now universal cookery & food festival An annual food celebration of the seasons & the harvest INTRODUCTION Welcome to the Universal Cookery & Food Festival 2015 Book your tickets now! […]
#1. The Creme de la Creme Egg Rated 96.3/100 #2. Monster Jammie Dodger Rated 88.7/100 #3. Mega Tots Rated 93.3/100 #4. Party Ring 3 Rated 93.9/100 #5. Custard Cream Dream Rated 89.2/100 #6. Oreo Rated 88.6/100 #7. Jammie Wagon Wheel SXi Rated 87.1/100 #8. Fruit Pastille Lolly Rated 90.9/100 #9. Jaffa Quake Rated 88/100 #10. Great Gummi Project 2 Rated 90.9/100
Marco Pierre White The Observer Marco Pierre White: My work was a painkiller – it was where I hid Marco Pierre White was the chef who cooked like an angel, looked like a rock star and changed the way the world thought of British food. Rachel Cooke meets him on the 25th anniversary of his […]
FLAXSEEDS: stop eating them whole! The rumours are true and flaxseeds are great for your health, containing everyting from vitamins to cancer fighting chemicals. But if you eat them whole (spoonfuls on top of your cereal, for example) then your body may not be able to digest them at all. GRIND THEM FIRST! TOMATOES: If […]
10 Signs You’re Living The Service Industry Life By BeccaMay 10, 2015 Off The Clock Server, Lifestyle You know you’re part of the service industry when you can identify with this list. 1. Your “weekend” is actually mid-week and you never know the date. 2. You can ask “How are you?” and be answered with “just this,” […]
Best Chefs in the World What makes a chef one of the best chefs in the world? Not only cooking skills, but a mix of creativity and talent is what you need to become a chef known all over the world. Nowadays chefs have become increasingly popular, and being a successful chef no longer means just […]
Here Are Some Stories About Bugfuck-Crazy and/or Badass Chefs C.A. Pinkham Filed to: BEHIND CLOSED OVENS 1 Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. Today we bring you stories about those most batshit fucking locoeven-keeled and calm individuals: chefs. As always, […]
Well done Norman Bradford on winning gold in the future chef and mentored for two weeks award for Indigo Marcos place Well done mate! From the team at The Chef House.
How Do I Get the Cooks in My New Kitchen on My Side? By OwenMay 5, 2015 Serving It Straight Ask The Chef, BOH, Cooks, Chefs Q: I just took over a kitchen and everyone seems to be on board with me as the new chef and the new menu. There are two line cooks that were close with […]
Are Beard Nets Becoming a Thing in the Kitchen? By StephenMay 6, 2015 Beard nets are totally fashionable, right? Michael Roper, owner of the bar Hopleaf in the Andersonville neighborhood of Chicago, said facial hair “is the fashion of the time, and I’m sure the health department is not happy about this fashion.” Over half of […]
A struggling cook asked Gordon Ramsay a personal question, and he responded in an unexpected way. Curator: Eric March Gordon Ramsay is not exactly known for being nice. Or patient. Or nurturing. On his competition show “Hell’s Kitchen,” he belittles cooks who can’t keep up. If people come to him with their problems, he berates them. […]