culinary art

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Synonyms for culinary art

the practice or manner of preparing food or the food so prepared

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As a pioneer of the culinary profession, I can recall years long gone when the Chefs of exclusive hotels and restaurants went to the market, as early as 4 AM, to select their fresh fish, herbs, and produce for that day's menu," commented Chef Amendola on his addition to the Food Innovations team.
I was impressed by his work to improve school dinners, and by his decision to set up a training scheme by which unemployed youngsters may enter the culinary profession.
Job placement is important for this school, and the elite of the culinary profession (e.
As a member of the board of directors, Bane will be responsible for ensuring the ACF North Carolina Chapter is adhering to its organizational goals of providing accredited educational programs, certifications, competitions and networking opportunities in order to enhance the culinary profession across the state.
He has more than 25 years in the culinary profession, and has cooked his way through Europe, the Far East, the Caribbean and America, in hotels and on the high seas.
Douglas Jordan, former owner of Jordans bistro in Ryton, Gateshead, is chairman of NECTA, which works to increase standards throughout the culinary profession in the region.
The kitchen will be used as a training school for people from disadvantaged backgrounds who want to enter the culinary profession.
The culinary profession is about people and it's about having pride in our regional products and personnel.
An induction into the AAC is reserved for individuals who have made significant contributions to both the culinary profession and the American Culinary Federation.
Krasner, a Certified Culinary Profession, food writer, and kitchen designer, presents a guide to creating an outdoor kitchen that has high quality and style.
Both Alain Ducasse and Philippe Salle are extremely confident in the future of the culinary profession and have ambitious objectives for their groups.
Established in 1990, The James Beard Foundation Awards recognize excellence and achievement in the culinary profession.
From cakes to custards and meringues to macaroons, the exacting, creative expression that characterizes baking and pastry arts is a respected and demanding facet of the culinary profession.
ACF President's Medallions are awarded to ACF members who exemplify culinary excellence and leadership and who have contributed their knowledge, skills and expertise to the advancement of the culinary profession.
Established in 1990, The James Beard Foundations Awards recognize excellence and achievement in the culinary profession.