A chef is a person who cooks professionally for other people. Traditionally it refers to a highly skilled professional who is proficient in all aspects of food preparation.

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Moulin De Mougins
... Founding chef Roger Vergé made the restaurant's name renowned with his novel and light Cuisine de Soleil ... Vergé, the Moulin was taken over by Alain Llorca, who had been head chef at the Michelin-starred Chantecler dining room in the Hotel Negresco in Nice ... the 'Restaurant Paul Bocuse' near Lyon, became the Chef des Cuisines at the Moulin ...
The Next Iron Chef - Season 3: 2010 - Contestants
... Marco Canora (chef and owner of Hearth, Terroir and Terroir TriBeca in New York City) Bryan Caswell (chef and owner of Reef, Stella Sola and Little Bigs ...
Brian Hill (chef)
... Brian Hill is an American chef who gained notoriety as a contestant on the first season of the television show Top Chef ... Since then he has been one of the six regular chefs in the Food Network reality show Private Chefs of Beverly Hills ...
Chef - Uniform
... The standard uniform for a chef includes a hat, necktie, double-breasted jacket, apron and shoes with steel or plastic toe-caps ... A chef's hat was originally designed as a tall rippled hat called a Dodin Bouffant or more commonly a toque ... The modern chef's hat is tall to allow for the circulation of air above the head and also provides an outlet for heat ...
The Next Iron Chef - Season 4: 2011: Super Chefs - Results - Episode 5: Storytelling
... Chairman's Challenge "New York on a Plate" The chefs create a culinary story based on a postcard drawing of New York City landmarks ... Because he won the previous Chairman's Challenge, Chef Chiarello is given the choice of landmarks ... The chefs have 20 minutes to shop at the Grand Central Market and 45 minutes to cook for six people (the original four judges, along with Iron Chef ...

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