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By Chef Adam Weiner, CFSE
Last December I wrote “Fun and Profit with Gingerbread.” This year I would like you to consider using the holidays as a way to teach finicky students to taste outside their comfort zones.
We need to start teaching culinary students from the beginning of their education to care for, respect and even nurture the kitchen equipment.
Chef Weiner is no food-allergy expert, nor need you be, he says. The fact is, students must know all the ingredients in all dishes everyone on the team prepares. When they become professional cooks, their wait staffs must also know. Otherwise, guests could be in severe danger.