Students learn the ropes of being a chef from the chef/instructors at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. They'll also spend time with Brenda Langton, chef/owner of Cafe Brenda, as she creates vegetarian and fresh seafood dishes.
• Ken Goeff (American Regional)
• Walter Wittwen (Classic Cuisine)
• Van Keszler (Foundational Skills)
• Bill Niemer (American Regional)
• Farley Decker (Garde Manger)
Run time: 15 minutes
Audience: Grades 9 - Adult
Teaching Materials Included
"...DVD gives a clear picture of the educational requirements, starting salary, and job market outlook...Recommended for young adults in either high school or public libraries."
--Library Journal, May 2008
"After viewing the film, students will have a better idea if they might be interested in pursuing a culinary career."
--School Library Journal, August 2007
"Excellent 'career day' video…skillful editing blends casual walk-and-talk tours of a restaurant with candid interviews and great behind-the-scenes footage…a sure-to-be popular title from Learning ZoneXpress...is highly recommended." ★★★½
--Video Librarian, July/August 2007
"...outstanding, technically flawless, full-color informed videos...strongly recommended additions to both school and community libraries."
--The Midwest Book Review, June 2007
"Teens contemplating culinary careers will find this most helpful."
--Booklist, June 2007