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Cooking for the Queen: A former royal cook spills the tea on palace kitchen life – National

If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen – but for those who can, a job cooking for the Queen might just be their cup of tea. For Chef John Higgins, born in Scotland and now teaching at George Brown College in Toronto, Ont., The chance to work in the royal kitchens …

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Social media stars James Patrice and Justine Stafford on confidence, cooking and fronting Battle of the Food Trucks

It wasn’t so long ago that the phrase ‘food truck’ meant one of two things – a chipper van, probably parked outside a late-night venue, serving gravy-soaked chips and battered … well, anything; or an ice-cream truck, jangling its way through housing estates like a soft-serve Pied Piper. But times have changed. ast year saw …

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Schenectady High grad / restaurant owner authors ‘Easy Moroccan Cookbook’ – The Daily Gazette

Years ago, Aneesa Waheed might have laughed if someone had told her she’d eventually become a cookbook author. Then again, she probably would have had the same reaction if they’d told her she’d run several Moroccan restaurants and have a line of cooking sauces. “For me to have my own cookbook, published and printed that …

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5 classic sauces to add to your cooking arsenal

As any culinary student could tell you, the “mother sauces” are an iconic, fundamental element of the culinary school curriculum, including some of the most ubiquitous sauces imaginable (tomato, béchamel, and hollandaise, to name a few). Others – including velouté and espagnole – are less well-known, but just as important. To put it frankly, sauces …

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Aura Whitman has a passion for cooking. She’s been doing it professionally, all over the world, for almost 30 years | Business

Aura Whitman, chef and part-owner at Berkshire Mountain Bakery, has been cooking for almost 30 years. Wednesday, June 15, 2022. STEPHANIE ZOLLSHAN – THE BERKSHIRE EAGLE PITTSFIELD – Cooking is fun, but doing it professionally as a chef can be as difficult as it is rewarding. Long days, working on weekends, running a kitchen, tons …

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Hounds Notebook: Recipe to reverse fortunes may come with home cooking

It’s just one game of 34 on the schedule, but this Saturday’s match against the Tampa Bay Rowdies will provide the Riverhounds SC with an opportunity to reverse their recent misfortunes. With a win, the Hounds can potentially thrust back into the top three spots in the USL Championship’s Eastern Conference standings. “[A win] essentially …

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Cook County judge accused of ‘unwanted touching’ as prosecutor

A Cook County judge who is running in next week’s primary to keep her seat was reported by her supervisor for alleged unwanted touching, bullying, and other workplace misconduct toward her colleagues during her tenure as a county prosecutor. Judge Ruth Gudino denies the allegations, and the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office said the allegations …

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Homesick Italian missed home cooking so flew over mothers to launch restaurants, writes JANE FRYER

Young Italian men and their doting mothers have always had an unusually close relationship. She does his laundry, makes his bed and picks up after him while he lounges about like a pampered little signore. She will never hear a bad word against him but, naturally, has a lot – not all of it good …

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