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This is a discussion on culinary class; short course within the OT Archives forums, part of the Archived Threads category; still looking for one, im trying aristocrat, someone told me they also offer cooking class...

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    Default Re: culinary class; short course

    still looking for one, im trying aristocrat, someone told me they also offer cooking class

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    Default Re: culinary class; short course

    as in the restaurant "aristocrat"? the food's terrible and overpriced!
    Quote Originally Posted by kalirayacs View Post
    still looking for one, im trying aristocrat, someone told me they also offer cooking class
    i took a short baking course at heny sison and it was enjoyable.
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    Default Re: culinary class; short course

    gusto ko lang namna sa kanila un chicken bbq e

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    http://www.sylviareynosogala.com/

    You can enroll only in the classes you want.
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    Culinary Institute of Aristocrat aka "CIA" is a copycat of Culinary Institute of America, a well known culinary school . I find it funny because I never expected such a well respected institution to name their school as such. At first I though it was a spoof pero serious pala sila with the name.
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    Sinner man is right. It is advisable to take basic culinary course where they teach you the cooking fundamentals. Imagine a soup stock to a mother sauce to a number of other sauces. You will also learn the basic knife skills, butchery etc... Honestly, some culinary schools are getting too profit oriented nowadays kaya ingat na lang in choosing a school
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    Default Re: culinary class; short course

    You may check out ISCAHM for short courses or fundamental courses. Their faculty includes chefs and F&B people who came from Mandarin Oriental, Shangri-La, ADB (corporate chefs), New World, not to mention hotels from other countries as well. In short, you'll have teachers who have loads and loads of experience, knowledge and skills to impart with you.

    If you've tried Aubergine (the fort) and loved the food, you'll be pleased to know that it's the same people that are behind it. If you like Antonio's and Lolo Dad's, then you'll be pleased to know that they were all mentored by Chef Gandler, one of the directors of ISCAHM.

    Give them a call and see if they have the courses you're looking for. If not, try other schools like CCA. Cheers! And have fun in the kitchen (but if you want to be a professional chef, do take note of my signature )
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    Default Re: culinary class; short course

    try calling the Mandarin, i think they give trainings in the kitchen for a minimum fee.

    note: i was a trainee then when chef tony boy (Antonio's) and chef ariel (Lolo Dad's) were finishing their tour of duty at the Mandarin, haven't worked with them but, they are like gods, syempre with chef gandler and chef humprey.

    johannes is right, the kitchen is not a democracy. it's like there's a martial law inside, and on service time everybody is cursed like demons.


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    sinnerman, you forgot to mention chef earnie babaran
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    Default Re: culinary class; short course

    sinnerman, when did you graduate from catfabs, m trying to get a a culinary course from them. so u mean maganda ang facilities nila, how's their plating modern na ba? and ok ba sila magturo? so what do you do now sa hotel?





 
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