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16 Tips on What to Expect on Day One in a Kitchen: Paul Sorgule

Starting any new job is daunting, but starting in a new job in a professional kitchen can come with a whole host of new challenges. From putting classroom and college training into practice and negotiating the layout of a professional kitchen to working in a team and communicating effectively, there’s …

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Homemade Pumpkin Smoothie

We are making a pumpkin smoothie using canned pumpkin, vanilla ice cream, pumpkin yogurt, cinnamon sugar, vanilla extract, and pumpkin flavored coffee creamer. source

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How (and Why) to Use a Kitchen Scale

  When we first began developing our new collection of digital kitchen scales, we imagined a certain type of cook—an avid baker, perhaps, or the healthy meal-tracking type. However, the more we tested scales and used them in the kitchen, we realized that nearly every kind of cook can benefit …

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21 Lessons Learnt in the Kitchen

The lessons you learn in the kitchen can be lifelong, just ask Paul Sorgule. The chef and writer, who has spent nearly five decades working in professional kitchens, is better placed than many to reflect on their invaluable teachings. In fact, he’s listed the 21 most important lessons he’s learnt …

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Vanilla Flavored Iced Coffee Recipe

How to Make Homemade Vanilla Flavored Iced Coffee.. This Iced Coffee Recipe is so Easy & Simple to Make, & you only need (4) Ingredients to Make it. source

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10 Ways to Maintain Your Integrity in the Kitchen According to a Professional Chef

The kitchen environment is a demanding one, and it can be easy to let standards slip, both personally and professionally, in the pursuit of a paycheck or simply to cut corners and get things done. It’s something chef and writer Paul Sorgule addresses in a blog post entitled, ‘Chefs – …

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Cockeysville kitchen and dining room tour to benefit BSO’s education programs

The Baltimore Symphony Associates, the volunteer and fundraising arm of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, will host the second annual Kitchens of Note and Symphony of Chefs fundraising event later this month in Cockeysville. The culinary and interior design tour is a benefit for the BSO’s education programs, which serve 55,000 …

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