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Sustainability Education for Culinary Professional

Worldchefs developed the Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals curriculum to teach chefs how to think and act sustainably.
The free course includes 8 lessons to help students engage with key themes and learn how to inspire positive change for both the planet and the bottom line.

Start your online learning journey but watching the following lessons.

The course is taught by Chef Chris Koetke, CEC, CCE, Worldchefs Feed the Planet Chairman.

  1. Sustainability Education – Introduction to Sustainability
  2. Sustainability Education – Agriculture
  3. Sustainability Education – Animal Husbandry
  4. Sustainability Education – Seafood
  5. Sustainability Education – Energy
  6. Sustainability Education – Water
  7. Sustainability Education – Waste Management
  8. Sustainability Education – Sustainable Nutrition

After completion of all videos, whenever you feel confident with the earned knowledge, take the following quiz to claim your Feed the Planet digital badge and certificate:

In case you have any questions please contact Linh To, Projects & Events Manager at linh@worldchefs.org.

Enjoy!

Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals is part of Feed the Planet, an initiative to promote food sustainability founded by Worldchefs, powered by AIESEC and Electrolux Food Foundation.

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Donate to Chefs with Compassion

Donate to Chefs with Compassion

South Africa needs your support. Help the SA Chefs Association, together with Chefs with Compassion and the help of dozens of chefs from around South Africa, to feed the hunger. Read their open letter below and please donate if you can.

Dear Chef,

Over the last week, you may have seen or heard on the news of the unprecedented widespread riots in parts of South Africa. The reasons are complex but are certainly grounded in the vast socio-economic challenges that are present in South Africa. The destruction is immense and affects many of the more vulnerable sectors of our country. Coupled with the ongoing COVID pandemic, these riots will have a devasting long-lasting effect on regional economies, supply chains, and subsequent hunger within South Africa.

Last year, on the initiative of one Che, Phillipe Frydman, a feeding scheme was formed as a response to the hard lockdown. A registered charity was created with the primary mission of feeding the less fortunate within our society. Food was rescued from locked down hotels and restaurants, unsold fresh produce saved from the incinerator at the fresh produce market and donated almost expired dry goods were turned into nutritious meals. To date Chefs with Compassion has cooked approximately 1,8 million meals, largely from rescued produce that otherwise would have gone to waste.

We are certainly not the only organisation who is tackling the problem of food waste and the vast issue of hunger in South Africa, however, two large organisations have temporarily stopped their operations due to the current unrest. Something which I understand.

We at Chefs with Compassion have resolved to continue, our volunteers on ground (some of them operating in the unrest areas) have convinced us that that the need is greater than the intimidation factor.

It is for this reason I am writing asking your assistance. We need funds to continue. I am aware that the pandemic is global and all of us have been affected financially, emotionally, and on a very personal level. here exists within all societies across the globe donor apathy and fatigue- we all want to move on with our lives. However, for many people here, that is just not possible. Hunger is real, food waste is real – we can change that if we try. Chefs with Compassion has proven that we can alter someone’s day by feeding them.

Even though the organisation is run by volunteers we still have costs – from the rental of our Sharehouse ( it where all the produce comes in before it is shared out to all the wonderful chefs and cooks ), to the rental of trucks, the utilities, and more.

I humbly ask you to help us raise funds in your country with your chefs Association. Your Dollar, Euro, and Pounds stretch far in this beautiful country. Literally, every cent counts in these troubled times. For less than a dollar, we can produce and deliver a nutritious meal.

Sadly, our resources are currently stretched – with supply chains been halted from the coast- many communities are being forgotten – the news and support are mainly focusing on the larger cities of Durban and Johannesburg – between them lies many small towns some of them have no fuel, food, medicine or water. In addition to our committed network of kitchen hubs across the country, we leave on Monday with some 4 tons of essentials from Johannesburg. A small first step

The South African people and particularly the culinary community fondly and thankfully remembers the various Cooks Tours against Hunger which was hosted by the Chefs Association- unfortunately, we cannot do these activities at this time. Humbly, we ask you to send what you can in terms of financial aid – every dollar, euro, pound, and yen will make a difference to fellow humans, and it will all be accounted for – the charity is run by volunteer chefs.

Without your support, many will go to bed hungry, food waste will continue and the key philosophy– Good Clean and Fair food for all, will undoubtedly take a back seat as community poverty increases in these uncertain times.
If you have any questions, I would be happy to provide you with more information about how you can help support our work at Chefs with Compassion. Email: arnold@foodonthemove.co.za.

We greatly appreciate your donation, and it will be used to continue to rescue produce, cook nutritious meals and feed the vulnerable.

Please join us! Please share with other organisations and institutions who you feel may be able to help. With your donation, we’re one step closer to achieving our goal of raising $100 thousand dollars from chefs, cooks, and producers across the globe.

With culinary regards,

Arnold Tanzer

www.cwc.org.za

Donate via EFT

Bank Name: First National Bank Account Holder: Chefs with Compassion
Account Type: Cheque Account Number: 62852995269 Branch Code:250655 Swift: FIRNZAJJ.

Donate via Payfast:

https://www.payfast.co.za/donate/go/chefswithcompassion


To learn more about Chefs with Compassion and their great work, you can watch Episode 4 of Sustainability Around the World.

You can also read more about them in the latest issue of Worldchefs Magazine.

To find out how you can get involved at Chefs with Compassion visit their website cwc.org.za and their Facebook page Chefs with Compassion.

For more on the South African Chefs Association, visit sachefs.co.za.


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Caponata di Melanzane by Mario Puccio

Caponata di Melanzane by Mario Puccio

Message from the Chef

“Dear children,

Eat many vegetables and fruits because they are very colorful and eating in color is good for our health and our planet!!!”

– Mario Puccio

Ingredients for 6 people

  • Aubergines 1kg
  • Celery 500g
  • Pitted green olives 200g
  • 2 large onions
  • Desalted capers 200g
  • Tomatoes 500g
  • Sugar 50g
  • 1/2 glass of wine vinegar
  • Basil
  • Sugar 30g
  • Extra virgin olive oil 100g
  • Salt 10g
  • Pinch of bitter cocoa

Instructions

Cook-time: 30 minutes

Cut the aubergines and fry them in seed oil. Set them aside.

Meanwhile, cut the celery stalks and blanch them for about 15 minutes, together with the onion cut into julienne strips, olives and capers.

In a saucepan, fry these vegetables for another 10 minutes, add the chopped tomatoes and cook for about 20 minutes on high heat, add the sugar and vinegar and continue cooking for 5 minutes, finally add the cocoa.

At this point your caponata is ready: let it cool and serve it with the whole and chopped basil leaves.

Author of the Recipe

Mario Puccio is an expert chef, blogger and captain of the Palermo Culinary team, official team of the Palermo Chefs and Pastry Chefs Association, Vice-President of the provincial chefs and confectioners association of Palermo and member of the prestigious Euro-Toque association.


Feed the Planet

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Worldchefs News: March 2020

Hi Chef,

Will you join us as a VIP guest at INTERNORGA’s IDX_FS International Digital Food Services Expo 2021? We’re giving away a limited number of free VIP tickets! 

Tune in on Tuesday at 12:30 CET to hear from Worldchefs President Thomas Gugler. Learn more about the event and how to get your free VIP tickets here!

See you there,
The Worldchefs team

FEATURED

A New Generation of Trade Shows — World on a Plate

This week’s guest is Michael Buck, a former top management executive at Dell and founder of IDX_FS Events. Hear how technology is redefining events to offer a safe platform for exchanging, networking, and discovering new trends.
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We’re Live with a Fresh Website — Feed the Planet

We’ve just launched a new Feed the Planet website! Explore our sustainability projects and get involved in the mission to build a more resilient food future for all.

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New Series Kicking Off with Hawker Cuisine — #skillofthemonth

Join us for our first installment of #skillofthemonth with At-Sunrice Digichef Academy! Our first episode airs on March 25th with a classic Hawker recipe: Chilli Crab. Have cuisines or skills you want to see? Let us know!
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NEWS + MORE

FHA Match: Meat – New Virtual Event Dedicated to the Global Meat Industry
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Wales Pressing Ahead with Plans to Host World’s Top Chefs in October


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Immunity Inspired by Tea Challenge


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Electrolux Professional Acts for Food Support and Sustainable Cooking Together with the Electrolux Food Foundation
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Sustainability Around the World #9: Zero-Waste Restaurants
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The ‘Godfather’ of Singapore’s Culinary Fraternity with Otto Weibel
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Electrolux Professional acts for food support and sustainable cooking together with the Electrolux Food Foundation

SWEDEN, 26th of February 2021 – Electrolux Professional is proud to announce the support of the Electrolux Food Foundation, an independent, non-profit organization that supports initiatives to inspire more sustainable food choices among professionals and consumers, and to support people in need in the communities around us.

See original press release here.

Since food is a major battleground in the fight against climate change, the foundation’s focus is well aligned with the Electrolux Professional commitment to contribute to change through its Sustainability Commitment, that supports the UN Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals.

Niklas Lindsköld, Head of Sustainability at Electrolux Professional “Our support to the Electrolux Food Foundation is a natural step for our sustainability commitment. With our community of dedicated, professional chefs around the world, along with the involvement from the Worldchefs organization, we are uniquely positioned to support the initiatives and important messaging about the need for healthy food and sustainable cooking.”

The Electrolux Food Foundation was established in 2016 focusing on supporting activities on food and related sustainability issues. The foundation brings employee initiatives to life by supporting them with funding and resources. In 2020 the foundation donated more than 800,000 meals around the world.

“We are delighted that Electrolux Professional has decided to join up with us and support the Food Foundation. Our partners give us an edge and help us to be a force for good,” says Ingrid Mellstig, Head of Electrolux Food Foundation.

The purpose is to inspire sustainable eating and cooking habits among consumers and professionals, and to support people in need through education and emergency relief efforts. The foundation supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for Responsible Consumption and Production (#12) and Global Partnership for Sustainable Development (#17).

Find out more in our web site: www.electroluxprofessional.com/corporate/electrolux-food-foundation/

Media contact Jacob Broberg, Senior Vice President Investor Relations and Communications +46 70 190 00 33

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Chefs’ Pledge: Chefs Together, Can Change the World

The UN Food Systems Summit will be convened in September 2021. As agents of change, and to drive action to change our food systems, chefs must come together in one collective, connected voice. In partnership with Worldchefs, The Chefs’ Manifesto network is taking a leading role to further focus and narrow the SDG roadmap for chefs, as well as bridging and connecting across chef networks. This has been motivated by the upcoming UN Food Systems Summit, and the urgent need to generate actions to be able to achieve the SDGs by 2030.

What is the Chefs’ Pledge?

In partnership with Worldchefs, The Chefs’ Manifesto has compiled a survey to learn what chefs perceive to be the top practical actions that will enact change during the Decade of Action, to ensure Good Food For All. From the results of this survey, the Chefs’ Manifesto will facilitate a Chefs’ Pledge, to which chefs will be asked to commit, thereby creating collective momentum to rally greater attention and engagement of food systems champions as agents of change.

What is the purpose of the Chefs’ Pledge?

The purpose of the Chefs’ Pledge is to encourage chefs to be at the forefront of conversations and actions on changing food systems. This year, the UN Secretary-General is convening a UN Food Systems Summit to launch bold new actions to transform the way the world produces and consumes food, delivering progress on all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As such, the Chefs’ Manifesto is taking a leading role to further focus the SDG roadmap for chefs. Several dialogues will be held in the coming months, to further discuss the role of chefs in changing food systems for the better.

UN Chief on Decade of Action for the Sustainable Development Goals

Who can join the Chefs’ Pledge?

Any chefs or cooks who are working in the food industry.

How do I get involved?

Fill out the survey and get connected!

Can I facilitate conducting a survey in a language other than English?

Yes! We encourage all chefs and cooks everywhere, to be involved. If you would like to conduct a survey in a language other than English, please follow the steps below:

  1. Contact us to let us know your intent.
  2. Copy the survey as it is currently formatted, in English.
  3. Translate the survey into your chosen language (we use surveymonkey.com).
  4. Disseminate the survey to your networks, and encourage people to fill in the survey. Don’t forget to have a deadline!
  5. Once you have received all the completed surveys back, collate the information.
  6. Write a summary of your survey results.
  7. Translate the summary into English.
  8. Return the summary here.

Who is organising the Chefs’ Pledge?

The Chefs’ Pledge is facilitated by the Chefs’ Manifesto, in support of the United Nations Food Systems Summit, with the partnership of: the World Association of Chefs Societies, the Chef Ann FoundationChefs 4 The Planet, Le Cordon BleuSocial Gastronomy, the Good Food Fund China


The UN Food Systems Summit

The UN Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) will be convened by UN Secretary-General António Guterres in September 2021. The purpose is to shape global commitments and to raise global awareness of food systems, that they might be transformed in order to reduce diet-related diseases, resolve hunger, and restore planetary health. The Secretary-General is calling all citizens to collective action, so as to “radically change the way we produce, process, transport, market and consume food”. 

Building on global platforms and events, the UNFSS will aim to generate agreements and highlight collaborative actions. Initiatives locally, regionally, nationally and globally that support food systems transformation will be explored prior to the Summit occurring. Knowledge sourced from these initiatives will inform future recommendations from the Summit.

The UNFSS will follow these five Action Tracks:

1. Ensuring access to safe and nutritious food

2. Shifting to sustainable consumption patterns

3. Boosting nature-positive production

4. Advance equitable livelihoods and value distribution

5. Building resilience to vulnerabilities, shocks and stresses

Need more information?

Contact the Worldchefs team!

This article is originally published on Chefs’ Manifesto.

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Feed the Planet December: The latest in food, planet & health

Hello Chef,

The world is changing, and so are menus.

Plant-based alternatives are booming. This is more than a trend, it’s a social shift. The next generation is adapting to safeguard the future more than any other consumer, with more than 40% of millennials adopting plant-based diets.

It’s so important that chefs stay up-to-date with both consumer demands and how to satisfy them, and perhaps even more important to understand a key root cause for the shift: the climate crisis.

Chef – we’re here to help you take action. Get started by reading this email!

FEATURED

Planetary Health Diet – Sustainability Around the World

We’re kicking of 2021 with Brent Loken, Global Food Lead Scientist at WWF Global Science. Together with the world’s leading scientists, Brent is helping to feed a future population of 10 billion people a healthy diet, while preserving our planet.
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Sustainable Nutrition – Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals

The Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals Webinar Series is back with a new lesson on Sustainable Nutrition! Developed by Torribera Mediterranean Center, this lesson shows how foods that are good for us are better for the planet, too.

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Sim Chef – Worldchefs Academy

Worldchefs Academy just launched in Portuguese! The online Pre-Commis Chef Course and mobile app is now available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Free for everyone, no matter the education or skills level.
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NEWS + MORE

Sustainability Around the World Episode 7: Food Service Energy Efficiency
watch now >>

Issue 26 of Worldchefs Magazine is out now!


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Become a Feed The Planet Champion


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Tomorrow Tastes Mediterranean: Virtual Conference
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The Future of Plant-Based Meal Solutions Is Sensational
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RECIPES TO #FEEDTHEPLANET

Rhythm of Nature Ravioli
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Vegetarian Christmas Wreath
see the recipe >>

Easiest Ever Chocolate Mousse
see the recipe >>

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SEEKING CONTRIBUTORS

Worldchefs is seeking contributors for our new blog space at latest.worldchefs.org.

Do you have a story, recipe, or article you want to share with us? Let’s hear it! Get in touch via this link.

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THE BOTTOM LINE

Changing what we grow, cook, and eat is more imperative than ever if we want to have a chance to save the planet from the effects of climate change. 
Your choices have real impact.
Help use your power to ensure a sustainable future.
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Worldchefs News: November 2020

“No matter who wins this election, it will take abolition to create our future. No matter who wins this election, it will be up to you to create networks of care that sprawl across normative divisions. No matter who wins this election, it will be your duty to fight, to win, and to love one another.” — Assata Shakur

Whether you’re refreshing your feed for the latest news, rushing off to work, or caring for your family, the world is watching another unprecedented week in an unprecedented year.

No matter where you are, the future is our cause. And there’s a lot of work to be done! Whether you’re looking for professional opportunities, new skills, or community, we’ve got you covered. 

Stay safe,
The Worldchefs team

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The Future of Plant-Based Meal Solutions Is Sensational — Free Webinar

Join us to better understand consumers and their motivations for choosing plant-based food, with key elements to drive success and how to get started.

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Programme Manager: Pastry, Bakery and Confectionery —  International Culinary Institute

Find this and over 35,000 other jobs on Worldchefs online community. Join for free at worldchefs.org/login.
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New Module — Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals

The Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals Webinar Series is back with a new lesson on Sustainable Nutrition!
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NEWS + MORE

World’s Top Chefs Coming to Wales Next Year for Prestigious Event
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New Unified National Peak Body to Represent Australia’s Chefs


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F. Dick Knives: Special Discount for Worldchefs
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Live Your Dream with Christian André Pettersen
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Food Service Energy Efficiency
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Become a Feed The Planet Champion
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SEEKING CONTRIBUTORS

Worldchefs is seeking contributors for latest.worldchefs.org and our next magazine edition.

Do you have a story, recipe, or article you want to share with us? Let’s hear it! Get in touch via this link.

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Feed the Planet October: The latest in food, planet & health

Hello Chef,

Did you know that if just 10% of the global population switched from eating meat to plant-based alternatives, 176 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions could be avoided each year?

Chef – the science has told us. The experts have told us. Consumers have told us. The plant-based movement is not only imperative to the future, it’s good for business.

“We can’t just nibble at the edges anymore,” says Brent Loken of the WWF. Let’s take a bite out of climate change. Keep reading to find out how.

FEATURED

Food Service Energy Efficiency – Sustainability Around the World

Richard Young, food services energy expert, shares how to save money sustainably by purchasing, operating and maintaining kitchen equipment and system efficiently.
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Power on the Plate with Electrolux Food Foundation – Food Matters

A chef, a scientist, a social entrepreneur, and a consensus: eat more plants, try new things and waste less food. Tune in to hear more from The Food Matters panel of experts.
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The Vegetable Philosophy with Frank Fol – World on a Plate

For more than 30 years, Frank has spearheaded a contemporary movement that puts vegetables back at center stage. He’s taken this approach to new heights, from his Michelin starred restaurant to creating the We’re Smart platform.
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NEWS + MORE

Become a Feed The Planet Champion
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Study: Swapping Tenth of Meat Intake for Veg Could Free Up Land Size of Germany
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The Pandemic Has Given Organics a Big Boost but Most Profits Aren’t Flowing to Small Producers
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Nestlé Professional is Launching Planetpro to Help Customers Navigate the Sustainability Business Challenge
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RECIPES TO #FEEDTHEPLANET

Butternut Squash Soup
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Stuffed Cabbage Leaf with Mushrooms
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Vegan Vanilla Ice Cream
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SEEKING CONTRIBUTORS

Worldchefs is seeking contributors for our new blog space at latest.worldchefs.org.

Do you have a story, recipe, or article you want to share with us? Let’s hear it! Get in touch via this link.

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THE BOTTOM LINE

Global meat consumption is higher than ever and that continued growth carries major implications for water, climate, and land use.
Your choices have real impact.
Help use your power to ensure a sustainable future.
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Worldchefs News: October 2020

Dear Chef,

What a month! Whether you’re welcoming summer or enjoying the autumn foliage, this is usually a pretty exciting season. But for us chefs, there’s even more reasons to embrace October.

We’ve got some new developments to share that we’re sure you’ll celebrate. And more on the way! Find out more below.

Until next time, 
The Worldchefs team

FEATURED

Healthy Food for the Future — World on a Plate

Tomorrow is International Chefs Day! Tune in to get inspired and find out how you can get involved!

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Spanish Pre-Commis Chef Course — Worldchefs Academy

Si Chef! Worldchefs Academy is excited to announce the launch of its online Pre-Commis Chef Course and mobile app in Spanish!
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Get Certified — Free Webinar Series

Find out how you can showcase your culinary teaching skills and expertise with a Worldchefs Certified Culinary Educator Digital Badge.
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NEWS + MORE

Meet the Chefs Who Are Championing Healthy Food for the Future on International Chefs Day
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Certification Adapts to Help Unemployed Chefs and Hospitality Professionals
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Nestlé Professional is Launching Planetpro to Help Customers Navigate the Sustainability Business Challenge
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Le Nouveau Chef the Official Worldchefs Clothing Partner


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Certification Webinar Series: 101 and Certified Executive Chef
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Modern Kalbi Recipe from Chef Wook Kang


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INTERNATIONAL CHEFS DAY

International Chefs Day 2020 is tomorrow, October 20th! It’s not too late to get involved! 

Chef Vanessa Marquis has a video for you to share with your children, students, and friends on social media. Check it out below and be sure to share it with your community!

Want to do even more? Host a Facebook Live, a Zoom meeting, or make your own 5-minute video recording demonstration from the comfort of your home or at work! We’ve got everything ready for you! Find the updated digital toolkit here.
 

SEEKING CONTRIBUTORS

Worldchefs is seeking contributors for latest.worldchefs.org and our next magazine edition.

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