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Culinary Arts Intro
Transcript of Culinary Arts Intro
The art & science began over 300,000 years ago with the discovery of fire
At one point in time spices and herbs were as valuable as gold and silver
Different regions came into to contact with people from different areas & shared their ideas & methods
The Romans refined C.P. as well as the tools used
They are accountable for teaching the art to Europe
Born in France
One of the world’s
first celebrity chefs.
Escoffier wrote many books,
streamlined the modern menu
& promoted the art of French cooking.
Born in Paris, France
self taught in Culinary arts
first chef to begin recording recipes
helped to stream lined the modern menu
Because of Escoffier - King of Reform...
...cooks must wear the now familiar checks & white jackets
...are required to bathe on a regular basis
Escoffier's greatest achievement was the kitchen brigade
first chef to move the kitchen out of unventilated basements
The organization of an establishment depends on its size, and function. After these were established the effective brigade was made.
The poissoner- fish cook
Garde manger – cold foods
Patissier – pastry chef, baker
Tournant – relief chef
The menu is the cornerstone upon which the entire food service industry is built.
When making a menu, keep in mind...
... the target market
...the proposed price range
...type of meal & service
regional conditions that will affect availability & price?
...staff, equipment requirements
Nutritional requirements & expectations