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We Are Chefs Book Club: March 2019

Welcome to the ACF We Are Chefs Book Club! Our March 2019 book is Fruits of Eden: David Fairchild and America's Plant Hunters. If it...

Culinary school doesn’t just teach you to cook

by Jody Shee, sheefood.com Book learning has value, but only the lessons that stick in real life matter. That’s what several students have found. They...

Why you should bring your lunch to work — even though you work in a kitchen

by Laura McWilliams, chefhealthcoach.com Pack a lunch! "Why would I need to pack a lunch?," you might ask. This can be a confusing concept for those of...

A Feast for the Ears: 7 Food-Related Podcasts for Chefs to Digest

Whether you’re interested in learning something new or just relaxing after a hard day in the kitchen, food-related podcasts can feed your ears with...

Chef Marc Forgione wants you to trust your gut

Forging your own identity as a chef is critical to becoming a great chef and is what separates the good from the great. You...

8 ways to maintain high standards in your kitchen

What drives you and your kitchen? What compromises are you willing to make and how often do you slip from your own expectations? Is...

Nurture Culinary Creativity With These 7 Tips

Sometimes chefs may find themselves stuck in a culinary rut, especially if they’re too busy running their kitchens to take a step back and...

Thank the French for naming your food

Different meats go by many different names. You have beef, pork, veal, chicken, turkey, lamb, and others. Of course beef is really cow meat,...

Creativity or familiarity — which one tastes better?

Some guests want what they're used to, even if the chef likes the new version better. Sometimes we have to devise a solution; sometimes...
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