Culinary Exchange Program… Perhaps, one of the most sought after and exciting program within the series of Junior Initiatives Programs.
Picture yourself, a young culinarian, eager to make your mark in the world of food preparation and production. You’re suddenly whisked away (pun intended) for a two week, all expense paid romp in Canada. While your at it, let’s visit some fine restaurants, do mussel farming in Prince Edward Island; wine tasting in the rich valleys of the Okanagan or experiencing the technical complexities of cheese making in Québec.
Humber College – Toronto, is offering a refresher and retest course for all candidates who have previously registered, but were a little shy on the final marks. The CCI allows for this procedure without cost to the CCI however, there may be some minimal charges at the college level.
Debbie Clauss – Yes, our Bylaws guru has turned all TVish on us, and become a challenger on Food Network Canada’s CHOPPED CANADA. For those of us who think that television chef challenges are all about theatrics, makeup and predetermined outcomes – think again. This show is as real as it gets – it’s kickass black box in quick time, and contestants leave no prisoners.
Restaurants Canada’s 2015 Chef Survey is based on responses from more than 400 professional chefs. It was conducted by independent market research fi rm BrandSpark International in January 2015. Chefs were asked to rate the popularity of a variety of menu items and cooking methods to identify hot trends and up-and-comers. Read Survey…
Stars of the culinary and entertainment worlds will be shining at the Restaurants Canada Show, March 1-3 at the Direct Energy Centre. This annual trade event, the largest of its kind in Canada, is expected to attract 12,000 hospitality industry professionals over three days.