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Guidance / tip to the young chef: cheesecake, clientele reaction and why sometimes small changes lead to big difference.
in this short article i would like to share with young chefs (in experience, age,and soul ) with real time experience , an example for a situation we ( the professional chef ) are dealing with often in our … Continue reading
The way we manage and run a Relationship can define and affect the results and outcomes in many of of our our life circles, if it’s our home, work , and friendships. In the following article I will try to … Continue reading
During the last year the National media had contacted me if I will be willing as a leading chef to participate in an anonymous survey and share my thought, who do I think or what are the are 3 best … Continue reading
We don’t always pay attention or give the time to seek into the history and evaluation of dishes and great chefs whom layed out the foundation for cooking as we know today . one particular chef is Antonin Carmen,whom was … Continue reading
Not long a go in a close discussion group a colleague in my profession as stated / asked if there is a difference between female chef to male chef and that there are more men in the kitchen , here … Continue reading
I have been asked while brining a potato salad to friends, what is the secret to achieving the texture and look that “my” potato had: Crispy outer layer ( wall /sides) Soft texture Smooth outer layer Here is a photo … Continue reading