101 Things I Learned in Culinary School

101 Things I Learned in Culinary School

Book - 2010
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Louis Eguaras, a renowned chef at the Le Cordon Bleu Program at the California School of Culinary Arts, provides readers with a terrific overview of what is truly involved in the preparation, cooking, and presentation of meals. He also provides invaluable insights into just what is involved in making this one's chosen profession.

The book will feature a wide range of illustrated lessons, from how to properly hold a knife... to the history of food... from food preparation and presentation... to restaurant hospitality and management, and much more.

The book will be presented in the distinctive and highly-attractive packaged style of 101 THINGS I LEARNED IN ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL, and will be the perfect gift for anyone who is thinking about entering culinary school, is already enrolled, or even just the casual chef.

Publisher: New York : Grand Central Pub., 2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780446550307
0446550302
Branch Call Number: 641.5092 EGUARAS
Characteristics: 101 p. : ill. ; 14 x 19 cm
Additional Contributors: Frederick, Matthew

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danielestes
Feb 12, 2013

This entry of the 101 Things series is for the cook, from novice to expert, and is applicable whether you're at home or work in the food service industry.

A few of my favorite entries include, "Five Knives do 95 percent of the work," "Fresh fish smells like the water it came from, old fish smells like fish," "Boil, shock, drain (pertaining to cooking vegetables)," and "Don't hesitate to recommend a beer pairing (i.e. pairing isn't just for wines)."

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