Training on Stainless Steel

George Brown Chef School students put the grades to the test

Bruce McKean - October 01, 2013

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Professional kitchens – in educational institutions and convention centres, hospitals and the military, and every restaurant from the neighborhood eatery to the highest-ranked homes of haute cuisine – depend on chefs and cooks to prepare attractive, nutritious and, above all, safe meals. At George Brown Chef School in Toronto, Canada, students learn their trades and work in a variety of state-of-the-art kitchens, all of which make very extensive use of stainless steels.

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