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Chopped Canada - What's up with chef's running around the kitchen?

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  • Chopped Canada - What's up with chef's running around the kitchen?



    What a hoot?

    Anyone ever work in a restaurant kitchen in Canada? Is this how they really behave?

    You can see episodes here...they don't have them on Youtube.

    http://www.foodnetwork.ca/chopped+ca...video/season+1

  • #2
    You can see one chef on an episode that is airing right now running around.

    For example 1:40

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    • #3
      Celebrity Chef, Roger Mooking. born in Trinidad and raised in Edmonton is one of the judges:


      [QUOTE]Born in Trinidad, with a heritage of both Caribbean and Chinese ancestry, Roger moved to the cultural mosaic that is Canada at age 5. Based on these experiences Roger was inherently surrounded by several cultural influences that have lead to an inspired journey into the colorful worlds of food and music.

      In the culinary world Roger Mooking has earned a reputation as one of North America’s premier Chefs by developing a culinary philosophy built on the perfect execution of globally inspired culinary traditions.

      Surrounded by an extended family of food and beverage business providers in Trinidad, growing up the conversation often turned to food. In his own words, "while we were eating lunch, the conversation was about what we were having for dinner." In fact it wasn't just the culinary businesses that fuelled Rogers love of global cuisine. After moving to Canada, Roger was then introduced to European foods due to his mother’s curiosity with the recipes of the “Babcia’s” or Ukrainian grandmother’s in his Edmonton neighborhood.

      Roger began his culinary career at the age of 16 when he started working in restaurants. He then continued his professional culinary development at George Brown College of Hospitality where he earned top honors and still continues to operate as the chair of the Professional Advisory Committee. He continued his training at Toronto’s world-renowned Royal York Hotel before co-owning and consulting on many food and beverage operations in Ontario.

      [/QUOTE]



      What's up with him petting a nasty dog on his lap. Don't tell me he bats for the other team.
      Last edited by Tropicana; 03-30-2014, 03:51 PM.

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      • #4
        He is also a musician:



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