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Gueridon Service - Trolley Service

Gueridon Service Gueridon Service is a term used in the restaurant business to refer to "trolley service." Food is cooked, finished or presented to the guest at a table, from a moveable trolley. Dishes typically served like this include Crepes Suzette, Caesar Salad, Cherries Jubilee, Banana Flambé and Steak Tartar. There are several reasons for Gueridon Service: ensures exact serving temperature and stage for any dishes sensitive to this; turns food into entertainment; creates an atmosphere of sophistication; stimulate demands in other guests for that level of attention. The food being served is usually partially or mostly prepared in the kitchen -- certainly any prep work such as chopping onions, actually cooking crêpes, etc, is done there. The waiter then does the final assembly or cooking on the trolley at the side of the restaurant customer's table. This might involve flambéing an item, or carving it, or tossing a salad. The trolley is equipped with a burner f…

Fratelli Vineyards showcases 29 wines from five countries at the Taste of the World show

Fratelli Vineyards, one of India’s leading producers of premium quality wines, showcased 29 wines from nine wine houses spread across nine countries of the world, at the recently held Taste of the World International wine showcase event held in Delhi. The event held at the Hyatt Regency Delhi, had on offer an extensive array of wines from across the globe, accompaniments including hors d’oeurves, and other enjoyable food. Wine tasting counters were located around the venue featuring a mix of old and new world wines from Australia, France, Italy, Chile, California along with the domestic range of SETTE, VITAE and M/S- Master’s Selection from Fratelli Vineyards. There were a list of new labels added to the Fratelli Vineyards portfolio including JCB a collection of rare numbered wines composed by Jean- Charles Boisset, DeLoach California’s pioneering producer of wine, Cecchi , the Italian leaders in the wine world, Molly Cradle Australia’s boutique wines from some of the most presti…

What does a $22,000 cognac actually taste like?

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Want to feel the warm, gently percolating inner glow of a fireside cognac this Christmas? If a bottle of Remy Martin VSOP for $35 is just très ordinaire, why not make a splash with a bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII Rare Cask 42,6? At $22,000 a bottle (sales tax not included), however, you may need to take out a mortgage. After 100 years in the cask, and seeing out the careers of four different cellar masters, the cognac cask was dusted off in 2009 by cellar master Pierrette Trichet. Three years later in 2012, she declared that the cognac had reached perfection and the cask was tapped to produce just 738 decanters. This particular decanter is 460 of the 738 available. Cellar master Pierrette Trichet, checks the quality of a cognac barrel. Cellar master Pierrette Trichet, checks the quality of a cognac barrel. The 42,6 represents the 42.6% alcohol that makes up the blend -- the comma in the decimal place marking out its European provenance. St. Regis Atlanta bought the bottle, ma…

Cafe Coffee Day launches range of six burgers in international flavours

International Burger Carnival is the new addition to Cafe Coffee Day’s (CCD) menu. It comprises six burgers - three vegetarian and three non-vegetarian - in international flavours. Patrons will be served two burgers per plate, and the price starts from Rs 110. The vegetarian options include Afghan-e-Paneer, Egyptian Falafel and American Crispy. Afghan-E-Paneer comprises Afghani paneer tikka grilled in butter masala with cheese, onion and lettuce layers in a peri-peri seasoned bun. Egyptian Falafel comprises a falafel patty with mozzarella cheese and hummus set in a bun with peri-peri seasoning. American Crispy comprises a vegetarian patty with cheese. It is served with red onions, lettuce and chilli salsa, topped with nacho chips in a seasoned bun. The non-vegetarian sliders include African Pepper Chicken, Egyptian Roast and American Classic. African Pepper Chicken is a burger comprises chicken cubes in a pepper sauce, topped with red onions and lettuce. Egyptian Roast is a roast…

TOURISM & HOSPITALITY SECTOR SKILL COUNCIL

Tourism & Hospitality The Government of India has set itself the mission of making India the skill capital of the world. Ministry of Skill Development has been tasked with the vision of creating a skilled India. It is aided in these initiatives by its functional arms – National Skill Development Agency (NSDA), National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), National Skill Development Fund (NSDF) and 33 Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) as well as 187 training partners registered with NSDC.Tourism and Hospitality Sector Skill Council (THSC) is part of the same structure assigned with the task of skilling India in the Tourism and Hospitality sector. Tourism and Hospitality has been identified as one of the important sectors, which is going to generate significant employment opportunities for the skilled population of India. Making the job seekers employable in this sector in order to bridge the skill gap is the key objective of THSC.

JCO - Catering

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Join Indian Army as JCO - Catering after 1 Year Hotel Management

ADMISSIONS OPENJunior Commissioned Officer Catering (Army Service Corps):RECRUITMENT OF JUNIOR COMMISSION OFFICER (CATERING) 1. General. The recruitment of Junior Commissioned Officer (Catering) is done once in a year. Look for information in leading National News Paper or in “Employment News”. 2. Eligibility. (a) Age - Must not be below 21years or over 27 years. (b) Educational Qualification. 10+2 with Diploma / Certificate Course of a duration of one year or more in Cookery / Hotel Management and Catering Technology from a recognized university / AICTE recognition is not mandatory. 3 Physical Standards. (a) Height - Minimum 166 Cms and above (b) Weight - Minimum 50 Kgs (c) Chest - Minimum 77 cm (Expansion minimum 5 Cms). 4. Recruitment Procedure. (a) Application. Applic…