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10 Steps to becoming a professional chef according Paul Sorgule

It’s always daunting starting on the career ladder in a new profession. But what if you’re planning on becoming a chef? There’s a whole kitchen hierarchy to climb and potentially a lifetime of learning and grafting. If you’re thinking about carving out a career in the profession, chef and writer Paul Sorgule, …

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Paul Ivic of Tian Vienna talks future food at Food On The Edge

Paul Ivic, of Tian restaurant, Vienna, spoke at Food On The Edge in Galway about how we can protect the future of food. Some years ago, Ivic bought some free-range eggs at a farmer’s market. The lady who sold them to him had told him that they had been laid …

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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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Chefs Say Thanks After Paul Bocuse Dies

The gastronomic world reacted today to the news that legendary French chef, Paul Bocuse, has died, aged 91. Bocuse was one of the most influential chefs of his generation, helping shape and push the refinement of Nouvelle cuisine under his mentor Fernand Point at La Pyramide restaurant in Vienne, France. …

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