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Do You Know Cuisine Tech?

Posted by Bruce Banner on May 7, 2021 9:27:33 AM

 

 

 

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Cuisine Tech is a line of products that help elevate the chefs plate.   From ice cream, to sauces, to even flavored pearls.  The possibilities are endless!

  Check out the videos below

Topics: Cuisine-Tech, Ultra Tex, Ravifruit, Fruit Spreads, Oils, Liquid Chef, Pastry Trends, trends, chef, youtube, food, pastry techniques, Pastry Skills

You Say Tomato πŸ…, I Say Tomato πŸ…

Posted by Bruce Banner on Apr 7, 2021 9:30:00 AM

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Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

 

Last week, Paris Gourmet had a webinar on tomatoes.  Not just any type of tomatoes, but peeled plum tomatoes from Italy!

In cased you missed it, we got you covered!  See below for the video featuring Val Italia tomatoes and feel free to contact us with any questions.

 

Topics: Videos, chef, youtube, Italian Restaurant, food, tomato, plum tomato, Val Italia, plum tomato in a can from Italy, Italian tomato

It's Like BUTTAH!  Beurremont Butter for Croissants with Chef Eric Bertoia

Posted by Bruce Banner on Mar 10, 2021 9:30:00 AM

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Last week, Chef Eric Bertoia shows you the tips and tricks to make a beautiful tasty croissant!  

The video features the main component, which is the Beurremont sheeted butter and it DOES make a difference!

Check out our video listed below for a little taste!

For the full video check it out here!

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Topics: Techniques, viennoiserie, croissant, youtube, bread, Butter, eric bertoia, food, pastry techniques, venoiserie techniques, venoiserie skills, dough, dough sheeter, Beurremont butter, Pastry Skills, croissant dough

In Case You Missed It.... Ingredients for CBD Edibles!

Posted by Bruce Banner on Mar 8, 2021 9:30:00 AM

 

Last month Paris Gourmet did a live virtual discussion of ingredients for CBD edibles.  

Paris Gourmet's Colin Deschamps, John Duffy, and chef instructor Calogero Romano educated us on ingredients like glucose syrup, purees, and many more ingredients to help diversify your edible creations.

For more information, check out our video and feel free to leave a comment below.

 

 

Topics: Cuisine-Tech, Videos, Ravifruit, Oils, Pastry Trends, Amifruit, gelatech, trends, youtube, chocolate, Butter, marshmallow, food, Noel Chocolate, nutley farms, ingredients for edibles, gummies, cannabis, edibles, CBD, CBD edibles, glucose syrup

πŸ‘©β€πŸ³Chef Whites In The White HouseπŸ‘¨β€πŸ³

Posted by Bruce Banner on Jan 18, 2021 9:30:00 AM

White House Chefs

Photo Credit: USA Today

In honor of this years Inauguration Day (January 20th), we dedicate todays blog to weird rules that the staff of The White House Chefs have to follow and former White House Presidents favorite foods.

 

The White House Gingerbread House with former First Lady, Laura Bush

Photo Credit : WhiteHouse.Arichives.Gov

To find out about former POTUS favorite recipes such as Theodore and Edith Roosevelts spiced cake, John F. Kennedy's New England fish chowder, and Abraham Lincolns corn dodgers, check out the link below

14 Of The Best Recipes From US Presidents and First Ladies

 

Weird rules that former chefs of The White House have to follow are quite interesting.

The First Lady can hire/fire the executive chefs at anytime.

Presidents can ban foods during their term.  After being served brussels sprouts, George W. Bush was quoted "Tell (chef) Pierre to never serve that to me again!" 

Barack Obama asked the kitchen staff to brew their own beer from scratch using in house ingredients.

Executive Pastry Chefs of The White House spends the whole year planning The White House gingerbread house (on top of their daily duties, banquets, etc).  Baking begins early November and continues the whole month.  After Thanksgiving for 4 days straight, they assemble the house.  Then in December, The White House gingerbread house is on display in The State Dining Room where over 60,000 guests walk through and view this delightful, eye catching treat!

For more weird rules that The White House Chefs have to follow

See the link below

Really Weird Rules White House Chefs Are Forced To Follow

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topics: Events, chef, fun fact, food, gingerbread house, The White House, POTUS, The White House Chefs, Inauguration Day, The White House gingerbread house, First Lady

πŸŽ΅πŸŽ™πŸŽ΅ Bacon, Eggs = Thank You, Next πŸŽ΅πŸŽ™πŸŽ΅

Posted by Bea Davis on Nov 20, 2020 9:30:00 AM

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Friday's are usually considered the day to kick off the weekend. For those in the restaurant industry, we consider Friday's to be our "Monday's". Either way, today's Feel Good Friday ends/starts with a funny note!

Bec Hill

Comedian Bec Hill has a unique way of show casing her talent. For this blog, let us introduce you to Bec Hill's "When you're in the club and hungry..." misheard lyric serious. This video is crafty with expressing the misheard lyrics to food and very entertaining to watch!

A common but misheard lyric is Ariana Grande's "Thank you, next" where many people have interpreted the lyrics as "bacon, eggs" and it has gone viral!

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Songs like Britney Spears' "You want a piece of me" is shown as " you wanna pizza me". Lyrics in the song " now she's too thin and she's too big" can be misinterpreted as " now cheese to thin and cheese to big".

So when you are "hangry", bored, or pretending to know the lyrics when singing to a song... enjoy yourself and PG's Feel Good Friday's featured youtube video.

Guilty as is, you know you have misheard lyrics and sang it with full confidence! Feel free to share in the comments below

When you're in the club and you're hungry... - Bec Hill

Topics: trends, youtube, lyrics, food, misheard lyrics, Comedian Bec Hill, music

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