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    • Chef

      A chef is a highly trained and skilled professional cook who is proficient in all aspects of food preparation of a particular cuisine. The word "chef" is derived (and shortened) from the term chef de cuisine (French pronunciation: ​[ʃɛf.də.kÉ¥i.zin]), the director or head of a kitchen. Chefs can rece ... Read »


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    • Celebrity chef

    • A celebrity chef is a kitchen chef who has become famous and well known. Today celebrity chefs often become celebrities by presenting cookery advice and demonstrations via mass media, especially television. Several chefs have been credited with being the first celebrity chef, among them historically Bartolomeo Scappi a ... Read »


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    • Baker

    • A baker is someone who bakes and sometimes sells breads and other products made using an oven or other concentrated heat source. The place where a baker works is called a bakery. Since grains have been a staple food for millennia, the activity of baking is a very old one. Control of yeast, however, is relatively r ... Read »


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    • Martin Benn

    • Martin Benn is the chef and co-owner of Sepia, a fine dining restaurant located on Sussex Street, Sydney, Australia. Benn and Sepia have won multiple accolades over the years, including the Australian Gourmet Traveller Chef of the Year, the Australian Financial Review Chef of the Year and Restaurant of the Year and th ... Read »


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    • Chef de cuisine

    • Chef de cuisine or executive chef is the main chef in a restaurant. The chef de cuisine is in charge of every other functional chef in the kitchen. This position is also known as grand chef, chef manager, head chef, or master chef. The chef de cuisine is in charge of all activities related to the kitchen, which usuall ... Read »


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    • Kevin Cherkas

    • Kevin Cherkas (born January 15, 1978 in Vancouver) is a Canadian chef and owner of "Cuca" Restaurant in Bali, Indonesia. Cherkas graduated with a Degree in Culinary Arts from Vancouver Community College in 1999 and in 2001 obtained his Red Seal Chef certification. Cherkas started his professional career as an app ... Read »


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    • Chief cook

    • Chief cook

      A chief cook (often shortened to cook) is a seniormost unlicensed crewmember working in the steward's department of a merchant ship. The chief cook directs and participates in the preparation and serving of meals; determines timing and sequence of operations required to meet serving times; inspects galley and equipmen ... Read »


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    • Chief steward

    • Chief Steward

      A chief steward is the senior unlicensed crew member working in the steward's department of a ship. Since there is no purser on most ships in the United States Merchant Marine, the steward is the senior person in the department, whence its name. In the British Merchant Navy, a steward is a junior member of the departme ... Read »


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    • Richard Ekkebus

    • Richard Ekkebus is the executive chef of Mandarin Oriental Landmark Hotel in Hong Kong and its fine dining restaurant, Amber. December 2008 chef Ekkebus was awarded two Michelin Stars. Ekkebus began as an apprentice under Michelin-starred chefs Hans Snijders and Robert Kranenborg in the Netherlands. He won the prestig ... Read »


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    • Ahmed Errachidi

    • Ahmed Rashidi (also known as Ahmed Errachidi) is a citizen of Morocco who was held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detainment camps, in Cuba. Rashidi's Guantanamo ISN was 590. The Department of Defense reports that he was born on March 17 March 1966, in Tangiers, Morocco. Rashidi's lawye ... Read »


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    • George Francisco

    • George Francisco

      George Francisco is an American chef based in Sunshine Coast Region, Australia. Francisco started his culinary career in the US and then moved to Australia in 2001. Francisco was born in Biloxi, Mississippi and raised in the US South. Francisco started his culinary career in Williamsburg, Virginia working under M ... Read »


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    • Elina Fuhrman

    • Elina Fuhrman is an award-winning journalist, best-selling author, and wellness activist. She is the founder and chef of Soupelina, a vegan soup company. Fuhrman, originally Elina Kozmits, was born in the Soviet Union and emigrated to the United States from Moscow in 1989, becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen. Her ... Read »


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    • Abel Gonzales

    • Abel Gonzales Jr. (born November 1969), also known as Fried Jesus, is an "extreme fryer" and the five time winner of Big Tex Choice Awards, an annual contest at the Texas State Fair, and the inventor of several deep fried items including Fried Coke and deep-fried butter. He has also been a judge on the television show, ... Read »


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    • Aliza Green

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      Aliza Green is an American chef and writer. In addition to being one of the first women chefs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she is known as a pioneer of the farm-to-table movement. She was one of the first chefs in Philadelphia to deal directly with local farms and utilize locally raised food in her restaurants. She w ... Read »


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    • Rosemary Hume

    • Rosemary Hume (1907 – 1984) was a cook and writer. She taught at Le Cordon Bleu in London and co-devised coronation chicken in 1953. Hume was born in Sevenoaks. She was one of the first British people to be trained in Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. She was taught by Henri-Paul Pellaprat. She had not done well at school ... Read »


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    • Jason Vincent

    • Jason Vincent is American, national award-winning chef and co-owner of the restaurant Giant, located in Chicago, Illinois. Vincent grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and first became interested in cooking when he was a dishwasher at a local Italian restaurant. He started cooking at 15 at a pizza restaurant in Cleveland. H ... Read »


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    • Kiran Jethwa

    • Kiran Jethwa born August 22, 1976 in Nairobi, is a Kenyan born celebrity chef, restaurateur and entrepreneur. His father is of Hindu Indian (Gujarati) ethnic origin, Batu, while his mother has British ancestry, Claire. He is the host and presenter of the TV show, Tales From The Bush Larder which focuses on the culinary ... Read »


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    • Nuno Mendes (chef)

    • Nuno Mendes (born 1973) is a Portuguese chef, head chef at Chiltern Firehouse, London. Nuno Mendes was born and raised in Lisbon. Mendes was trained at the California Culinary Academy in the 1990s, worked at elBulli, and has worked with Wolfgang Puck, Rocco di Spirito, and Jean-Georges Vongerichten. In 2006, Mend ... Read »


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    • Moon Kyungsoo (Chef)


    • Teague Moriarty

    • Teague Moriarty

      Teague Moriarty (born April 21, 1983) is an American chef best known for holding a Michelin star at his San Francisco restaurant called Sons & Daughters. He has since opened The Square and Sweet Woodruff, also in San Francisco. As a Northern California native with roots in Santa Cruz, Teague gained his experience ... Read »


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    • Punk Chef

    • Punk Chef (born Scott Garthwaite on January 22, 1980 in Hartlepool) is a deaf professional chef from the United Kingdom. After graduating with a 2.1 honours degree in professional culinary and patisseries arts from Newcastle College in partnership with Leeds Metropolis University, he became known for his role in the P ... Read »


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    • Wendy Rahamut

    • Wendy Rahamut is a Trinidadian author, television personality and chef. She publishes the Caribbean Gourmet magazine and is the host of the TV show Caribbean Flavors, which used to be at CCN TV 6 but now at CNMG TV 9 at 6.30 pm. She also holds cooking classes at her cooking school in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago o ... Read »


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    • Willy O. Rossel

    • Willy Otto Rossel (April 4, 1921 – September 14, 2015) was a Chef de Cuisine or Executive Chef most noted for his extensive work in the preparation of gourmet airline cuisine. In 1965, he was hired by the progressive Dallas-based Braniff Airways, Inc., to administer the airline's commitment to providing its passen ... Read »


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    • Saucier

    • A saucier (French pronunciation: ​[sosje]) or sauté chef is a position in the classical brigade style kitchen. It can be translated into English as sauce cook. In addition to preparing sauces, the saucier prepares stews, hot hors d'œuvres, and sautés food to order. Although it is often considered the h ... Read »


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    • Vikram Sunderam

    • Vikram Sunderam (born 1967) is the James Beard Award-winning chef at Rasika in Washington, DC. Working with Ashok Bajaj's Knightsbridge Group, Sunderam opened Rasika in 2005. Previously Sunderam was executive chef for eight years at London's Bombay Brasserie. Sunderam won the James Beard Award in 2014 for Best Chef: ... Read »


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    • Nicole A. Taylor

    • Nicole A. Taylor is a writer, podcast host, chef and cookbook author. Raised in Athens, Georgia, Taylor lived in Atlanta for 12 years. She moved to Brooklyn in 2008, which ultimately led to her cookbook The Up South Cookbook: Chasing Dixie in a Brooklyn Kitchen (Countryman Press, 2015). Developed over three years, the ... Read »


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    • Traiteur (culinary profession)

    • The traiteur (French pronunciation: ​[tʁɛ.tœʁ]) in French history represents the origins of today's restaurant. Prior to the late 18th century, diners who wished to "dine out" would visit their local guild member's kitchen and have their meal prepared for them. However, guild members were limited to ... Read »


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    • Zephyr Wright

    • Zephyr Wright was a cook for Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson from 1942 until 1969. When she moved with them to Washington, D.C., several hotels in the Southern United States refused to let her stay because she was black. When Lyndon Johnson was Senator, Wright refused to drive to Austin, Texas, with him, telling ... Read »


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