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Lessons Learned at the Stratford Chefs School

Final Blog by Bo Stelmach, Level 2 student

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The Most Important Thing I’ve Learned This Year

The third week of school is finally over and I don’t know if I’ve ever felt as physically and mentally drained in my life. At the end of October, we transitioned from working busy restaurant jobs (I worked the day before school started, and my dad drove me up to…

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From the Class of 1985

My fondest memory of the School is John Bex as a pastry teacher. He was a born teacher, always came to class prepared and he made allowances for students to express themselves individually. For instance, I could not make sugar pastry flowers for love or money. So I chose to…

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Valentine's Day Massacre

We call it the Valentine’s Day Massacre. Each group was to create a theme luncheon to celebrate Valentine’s Day to be held in-house at the Church restaurant. The ‘Good’ group with all the goody students…

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January at the school

Chefs Ben Shewry (Australia) and Alexandre Gauthier (France) experienced the best that a Canadian winter could throw at them, and gave us a taste of their knowledge and expertise both in the kitchen and in Front of House (Gauthier brought with him Pascal, his Maitre d’). We navigated through accents…

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