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Monday, October 7, 2013

Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube - Food Revolution

Jamie Oliver's Food RevolutionJamie Oliver's Food Revolution (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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My friend Jamie and his latest food tube episode, this time on chillis, for a change! Hot Hot!
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The ever present threat of food poisoning, in our schools is becoming more prevalent daily!























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The ever present threat of food poisoning, in our schools is becoming more prevalent daily! 
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acefinance posted: "The ever present threat of food poisoning, in our schools is becoming more prevalent daily! Even my training of my chef's and what they need to basically know to feed people, is now more involved than ever before! #healthandsafety @AceFoodNews "

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The ever present threat of food poisoning, in our schools is becoming more prevalent daily! Even my training of my chef's and what they need to basically know to feed people, is now more involved than ever before! #healthandsafety @AceFoodNews
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Video - Sugar is a Toxic Substance - When it is a Substitute

Sugar SubstitutesSugar Substitutes (Photo credit: Jepster)

Sugar and other sweeteners are everywhere.
They're hidden in a huge percentage of
processed foods.

They're sold to us as a way
to feel good and enjoy life more.

What price are we paying for our addiction
to sugar and other sweeteners? Obesity.
Diabetes. Cancer.

This report for 60 Minutes reveals the
addictive nature of sugar and the price
we pay for our overindulgence.

The good news? Switching to a diet of whole,
unprocessed foods can reverse the effects.

Video (14:09):

http://www.therealfoodchannel.com/page/10397.html




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Is The Sugar You Are Eating Really Sucrose In Another Name

Intestinal monosaccharide transportersIntestinal monosaccharide transporters (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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It is called sugar to sucrose , whose chemical formula is 12 22 11 , also called "table sugar" or "table sugar." Sucrose is a disaccharideconsisting of one molecule of glucose and one of fructose , which is obtained mainly from sugar cane or beet .
In industrial areas use the word sugar (in male or female) or sugars (in men) to designate the various monosaccharides and disaccharides , which generally have a sweet taste, but by extension refers to all carbohydrates .
Sugar may be sweet when heated above its decomposition point (browning reaction). If heated above 145  ° C in the presence of amino compounds, for example derivatives of protein, takes place the complex system of Maillard reactions which generates colors, flavors and odors usually desirable, and also small amounts of undesirable compounds.
Sugar is an important source of calories in the modern diet, but is often associated with empty calories , due to the complete lack of vitamins and minerals. 

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Nigel Slater: how to make the perfect summer lunch

These are Norway Lobsters caught in Scotland a...These are Norway Lobsters caught in Scotland and seen in Rothsay. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The perfect summer lunch, for me at least, will involve a table outdoors, but in dappled shade, a group of people who enjoy eating and drinking, and some seasonal food. At the heart of it all will be a handful of recipes using ingredients that hold the essence of the season.
Seafood will always feature in a special occasion summer lunch: crab, perhaps, or possibly wild salmon. There may be Scottish langoustine or Cornish red mullet. Red meat will be kept for cooler days, if there is to be meat. I am more likely to seek out a chicken for a lighter main course.

Crab toasts with samphire and radishes

FOR 12 CANAPES
orange juice of 1
lemons 2
lime 1
red wine vinegar 1 tbsp 
radishes 100g
mixed white and brown crab meat 500g 
mayonnaise 4 tbsp
baguette 25 thin slices
samphire 24 small sprigs
Squeeze the juice from the orange, lemons and lime into a mixing bowl then add the red wine vinegar. Thinly slice the radishes, then toss them in the dressing and leave, covered and refrigerated, for a couple of hours.
Stir the crab meat into the mayonnaise with a little black pepper, taking care not to over mix. Toast the bread lightly on both sides, then pile with the crab mayonnaise, adding a few slices of radish to each, and a sprig or two of samphire.
Courtesy of Guardian read more at:  http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2013/jul/20/nigel-slater-perfect-summer-food?


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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Amazing Video Of Jamie Oliver Teaching People That Food Saves Lives


There is not much l can say as a chef about food as a way to keep us healthy, in mind body heart and soul ,other than to say it Jamie's way!
This Video of him giving his passion to an appreciative audience at Ted Talks, is just awe inspiring!

His overwhelming commitment is shown in his face, the virtual tears in his eyes and the ever present need to say to people " eat good food and save our children's lives" they are the future!

The amazing way in this video that he provides us with a simple item such as "flavoured milk" supplied by to schools through-out the United States of America to our children! This is not done in the name of keeping them healthy but purely for the profit factor, by adding massive amounts of sugar.

Anyone visiting this blog, please down load leave a comment or just leave feeling that you want to change, how your children are fed!

Then get out your recipe book and if you have a problem hit the link below and send me details, and add your email and l will email back, as much information as possible!

Remember everyone can cook just that some people do not know how, l will show you just how simple it is, then maybe one day you will be able to feel as passionate about food, as Jamie Oliver.          

Enjoy CJ Resident Chef

The posts l provide are my views of good recipes and also are shared from a number of contacts, news and blogging services. They are not always tried and tested by me unless it states that l have cooked any myself,whereby it will be noted on the post accordingly.

Please tweet at #AceFoodNews or email News and Views 

Thank you, Chris [Chef]
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Celebrity Status does not cook meals - a chef and team do ALL the work

Well my readers and friends l am back from a well earned holiday and started back last Monday! This time l thought l would post two quotes related very much to celebrity status and Kit Chapman and Shirley Conran and both very different in their views. The first Kit is all l believe " Catering and Hospitality" should be about the second is not and represents the attitude many so-called celebrity chefs and people in the media,portray.

Anyway as l said back and working at both catering and hospitality this includes my new trainee who l started assessing a few weeks ago! She is neither a caterer or someone that can see the real hospitality of the job! As comments like they should not be so fussy and eat what they are given and be grateful come to mind.Anyway she wants to become a chef and as l have so far found out,she thinks it is easy! So best way was leave her on her own with everything to do written down of course with a watchful eye by the manager and see what happens,during my holiday!

Well upon my return l found out that she could not cope,had not listened and had not even read my notes and carried out the instructions.So a new way had to be found and we started on the first step just as l had been taught and ignored all she thought she knew!

l started by looking at status and how the label really makes us all feel including of course,her! My first question was related to the " Art of Cooking" whereby using the " Five Senses of Cooking" it would become an art in her heart.But first step was to ask why she wants to be a chef and her answer simply was - l don't l was told by the manager it would be easier than the job l do at present,following my recent operation! I was of course taken a back and decided to explore further - do you cook l asked? - yes that was a start - and do you enjoy cooking? yes - so good so far! Her next answer floored me? I asked what is your favorite dish? - she said l do not really like food! What! 

OK we have to start by using the first 3 senses these are seeing,smelling and tasting food of all types l said? We made a simple dish of an omelet and she served it to me! It was bland and l asked if she tasted it and she said l never taste my food! This told me that she was afraid of making mistakes and as l said without mistakes we never learn! I think she understood and since the last few days she has cooked a pizza and it tasted better and l make sure she eats her dinner from the menu to taste other food! She needs to look more and smell the aroma of foods and comment more on dishes,but it is early days! Will she make a chef! NO a good cook possibly with mastering the first 3 senses and practising the last 2 of hearing and touching food! She will never cook food fit for a King or Queen or even a celebrity, but with hard conscientious work she could learn to cook good,wholesome,nutritious and tasty food and that would be good enough for me and the people we serve.

Now that's " Catering and Hospitality" and that is what all chefs do and they do not need celebrity status or the media to show them how!

QUOTATIONS: TOO FANCY 

1. " Much of what l read and see {about food} is so perfect,so fancy that it defies limitations...anyway,for most ordinary mortals.The foodie movement has put cookery on a pedestal when cookery is for the kitchen,the family and friends.Pedestals are for prima donnas,heroes and perhaps,a handful of chefs.But cookery is for everyday."
Courtesy of Kit Chapman:
Kit Chapman: is the Proprietor of The Castle at Taunton. He is a well-known personality on the British hotel and restaurant scene, and as a bon viveur, writer and television presenter, he has been a vigorous campaigner for improving culinary standards in this country.
Cover of "Superwoman"
Cover of Superwoman

2. " Life is too short to stuff a mushroom." 
Courtesy of Shirley Conran from Superwoman

You choose which of these quotes sums you up and leave a comment:

I am the caterer,cook,chef and an assessor and sometimes even the bottle washer and cleaner.                                                 
                    
The posts l provide are my views of good recipes and also are shared from a number of contacts, news and blogging services. They are not always tried and tested by me unless it states that l have cooked any myself,whereby it will be noted on the post accordingly.

Please tweet at #AceFoodNews or email News and Views

Thank you, Chris [Chef]
James Martin, British celebrity chef
James Martin, British celebrity chef (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here are some of the chefs that inspired me to cook:
I love the green market. I walk through every ...
I love the green market. I walk through every morning on the way to work and it smells amazing. It was cuter than usual when Jamie Oliver was there (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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