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Wood or plastic cutting board? 4 Replies

What is everyone's personal favorite cutting board for at home use?I've been doing some research and there is all kinds of rumors and horror stories on the internet. I am personally leading towards a thin wood cutting maybe bamboo.Continue

Started by Shawn Moore in Favorite Tools. Last reply by chef konstantine 10 hours ago.

What Makes A Chef 40 Replies

What makes a Chef Someone who goes to school gets a Degree an finds a vacant job bounces around from job to job Then finally finds one that they dont get fired from. Or someone that never went to School but get promoted by a Chef thats a Master of…Continue

Started by Voleo in Chef to Chef. Last reply by Dr Jeremy Taylor yesterday.

Desperate for Shun Ken Onion Fillet Knife: Will pay up to $350.

Hi guysI know this is a long shot but maybe someone knows someone prepared to part with their knife?  It's a discontinued line and the only knife we need to complete the set.Cheers heaps, NicoleContinue

Started by Nicole Gibbs in Favorite Tools Mar 10.

sous chef position

PLEASE READ B4 APPLY:   A well established three diamond luxury hotel in midtown Manhattan have an immediate opportunity exists for a proven restaurant professional with the ability to maintain our high standards of quality and guest satisfaction.…Continue

Started by Paul Joseph in Labor/Business management Mar 8.

Restaurant Challenge/Competition

Do you have what it takes? Not afraid of moving or a little challenge. Check it out!!!It's real and it's an opportunity!   www.iowasbestbite.com/Continue

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Started by Lawrence McNaul in Culinary Competitons Feb 19.

Sous Chef needed for Upscale Casual Restaurant- Baltimore Inner Harbor!

email resume to: gbarclay@patriceandassociates.comorCall: Gordon Barclay 443 798 1174Restaurant Sous Chef needed in the Swanky Baltimore Harbor!Winner of several awards in recent years!Competitive compensation plan Professional Development Medical…Continue

Started by Gordon Barclay in Labor/Business management Feb 12.

up to date jobs 10 Replies

where are the up to date jobs??????Continue

Started by Michael John Hutchings in Continuing Education for Culinary Professionals. Last reply by ashok kumar Jan 28.

Jim Heywood 3 Replies

     We have lost two great Hudson Valley Chefs in the past week.  Wayne Almquist and Jim Heywood died in the past few days.  Each had a long and illustrious culinary carreer, and will be missed.    My last days with Jim Heywood      Last October,…Continue

Started by John Griffin, CEC, CEPC in Continuing Education for Culinary Professionals. Last reply by Monte D. Young Jan 6.


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