Culinary Arts and Family


"The hospitality industry needs to draw  talent from home grown young people, enthusted by food and cooking who are ready to learn how to provide meals to cater for the fine dinning market and the table at Home".

Excellence in the Home

Chef's Forum

CHEF LINKS

Personal Chef

Gilded Fork

Star Chefs

Chef Talk

San Pellegrino-Food and Wine

NEWS

The world's 50 best

Restaurant Report

Culinology Magazine

Hungry Magazine

Craft-guild

Arena Network

AUDIO

World Talk Radio Gourmet Club

World talk Radio Wine and Dine

Hungry Magazine/podcast

Gilded Fork/ podcast

RECIPES

Great Chefs

Global Chefs

Saveur

Mad Chefs

Julia Child

FOOD BLOGS

Beas Kitchen

Super Chef Blog

Blog Chefs

A la Cuisine

Cooking with Amy

Fiordizuccagoes

Movable Feast

Nord Ljus

Orangette

Oswego Tea

Rice and Noodles

Seven Spoons

She who eats

TravelersLunch Box

BOOKS

Craft guild library

Books for cooks

e-Books

women chefs

Great Chefs

Global Chefs

101Cook Books

Books on-Line

Tastebook

SCHOOLS

Lexington College

Le cordon bleu school Usa

Cooking Schools

Nait School of Hospitality

EVENTS AND SHOWS

International Chefs Congress

EXCELLENCE IN THE HOME

Sociological views of service as a professional identity

The influence of culinary learning on consumption patterns

Tell me what you learn and I'll telyou what you'll eat

Personal chef as a professional paty and a service to society

RESTAURANT REPORT

The past, Present, and Furure of Culinaru Arts

The different Kinds of Chef

The New Chef

Thomas Keller

Daniel Boulud

STAR CHEFS

Ferrán Adriá

Jean Georges Vongerichten

Joan Roca

GLOBAL CHEFS

Global Chefs Articles

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Culinary Arts in the USA