There are many ways to cook beef: Chinese fried beef, corned beef, and braised beef, each cooked using a unique practice, and each having their own distinct flavour. Cooking steak Western style is a completely different world, the results of high temperature frying exudes a charming aroma, maintaining the juicy texture, and retaining the unique sweetness of the beef itself. Many people are hesitant about eating a rare […]
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Afternoon All, A big thank you to David McKown from Skills for Chefs – AGAIN !!! For the 7th year in a row David is offering 4 places ( 3 students and 1 lecturer ) for this Year’s winning Team to attend this year’s Skills for Chefs 6th and 7th July – with accommodation !! Please see attached […]
We’ve just teamed up with Bluetoppersonel to help out chefs looking for work! For all your needs contact Peter.
Hi All, “ A Passion to Inspire “ has been invited to support the fantastic Charity Ups and Downs with their 10th Anniversary Dinner www.upsndowns.co.uk Along with some of the countries finest College students we will be creating a 3 course menu for 400 covers working with Great Chefs such as Rob Kennedy and supporters of the Charity in the […]
Afternoon All, Ever thought of eating at your best restaurant in GB for Free and Visit Skills for Chefs 2016 ?? The Fat Duck- Andrew Fairlie – Le Manoir – Sketch – Le Gavroche – Midsummer House – Restaurant Sat Bains ?? Master Chefs of Great Britain – Finn Crisp Challenge Simply […]
This is truly a once in a lifetime prize worth in excess of £35,000 #UKSA2016 UK Scholarship Award which was launched today. Open to anyone with a keen passion for the culinary arts, the awards offers a 12 month training opportunity at Le Cordon Bleu and an internship under the guidance of Clare Smyth Clare […]