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CHEFFIN' From Potatoes To Caviar.

Cronin, Berndan.

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ISBN 10: 0985144505 / ISBN 13: 9780985144500
Published by Brendan Cronin:, 2012
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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321 pages. "Master Chief Brendan Cronin- the only Irish chef to attain the prestigious Swiss culinary title of 'Chef de Cusisine Diplome'' Swiss Master Chef- takes us on a global journey of gastronomic delight." FINE SOFTCOVER, signed by the Master Chief. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 027080

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Title: CHEFFIN' From Potatoes To Caviar.

Publisher: Brendan Cronin:

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:Fine

Signed: By the Author.

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Master Chef Brendan Cronin – the only Irish chef to attain the prestigious Swiss culinary title of ‘Chef de Cuisine Diplomé’, Swiss Master Chef – takes us on a global journey of gastronomic delight from his childhood on a small dairy farm in the West of Ireland, to cooking in great hotels in Limerick, Dublin and onward to the beckoning and beautiful Swiss Alps, Africa, and The Far East. We follow Brendan as he pursues his dream of becoming a skilled and accomplished chef while working for some of the best hotels in the world. Along the way, Cronin describes the hospitality industry like the true professional he is, telling his story with passion, humor, and Irish wit – making us so hungry you will want to stop mid-chapter to try the many recipes included in this book. Cronin’s entertaining and informative narrative includes sweeping descriptions of local culture, geography, punctuated with captivating and often hilarious anecdotes of the multi-cultural kitchens and individuals with whom he worked. His eloquent stories of the many high-profile chefs and guests he met while working in the great 5-star hotels of the world, keeps us turning page-after-page leading to a surprising end. Cheffin’ provides us with tremendous insight to luxury hotels, the guests who stay in them, and the exceptional people who make it all happen, as well as fascinating behind-the-scenes descriptions of what it takes to become a professional chef in the intensely competitive and fast-paced environment of the international hospitality industry.

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Brendan Cronin, a native of Ireland, is a graduate of City and Guilds Institute of London. He has worked for major international hotel companies in Ireland, Switzerland, Africa, Thailand, Macao, Malaysia and Singapore. He has contributed to many hospitality textbooks, especially in the translation field and completed the translation of “Précis de Cuisine” from French to English for the Swiss food company, Nestlé. He is a member of The American Culinary Federation (ACF), The Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education (CHRIE) and the Massachusetts Restaurant Association (MRA). He has a Master of Business Administration from Endicott College, Beverly, Massachusetts, where he teaches Event Management, Culinary Arts, International Hospitality Management, Internship Seminars, and Hospitality Entrepreneurship. He serves on several committees on campus and is the chapter advisor for Eta Sigma Delta, the International Hospitality Management Honor Society. Cheffin’ is his first book.

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