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Spain has brought us many great things. From Flamenco music to siestas, from Picasso to the Alhambra – there’s plenty of beauty to discover in this wonderful country. But as true foodies, we obviously appreciate all Spanish things that work up an appetite. And luckily for us, there’s no shortage of good food in Spain....
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Do you own a restaurant or are you planning to open one? Then a restaurant consultant can help you in every aspect of your business: from drawing up a business plan to setting up the restaurant and putting together a menu. Read more about it in this blog. Drawing up a business plan If you are...
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Of course, you can become a good chef by taking cooking classes in your hometown. But to really master a certain cuisine, you have to travel to the origin of the food. Why? The Chef’s Cut gives you some irrefutable reasons in this blog. You know we’re right. Learn to cook like a local, not...
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Lebanese dishes are not only delicious, they are also a fantastic choice for those who are looking for a healthy and vegetarian option. Fresh vegetables, fruit, and legumes are used in abundance. Learn more about the Lebanese cuisine in this blog. Or join our professional seminar in Lebanon. Lebanese food: a healthy option Are you...
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Farm to table is a popular trend in the culinary world. At The Chef’s Cut, we also like to pay attention to local food. In this blog, you can read more about the concept and our farm to table trips to Italy, Greece, and Morocco. What is farm to table? Sometimes the name says it...
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Italian cuisine is best known for pasta dishes and pizza. But did you know that Italians are also particularly good at making desserts? In this blog, The Chef’s Cut tells you a bit more about Italian desserts like tiramisu, brutti ma buoni, panna cotta and sbrisolona. If you are on a diet, you should stop...
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Forget about a vacation on the beach or in the mountains. Culinary tourism is convincing more and more food lovers lately. And there is a good reason for it. Not only do you get to know the kitchen of a certain country or city, but also the local traditions and people. In this blog, The...
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Our wine evening are the ideal way to have fun with your friends, family or colleagues. But what can you expect? Are there strict etiquette rules for a wine tasting that you have to stick to? And how exactly do you taste a wine? In this blog, we gladly guide you through all your questions....
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barista workshop in antwerp
Do you own a café? Do you want to expand your knowledge of the barista profession? Or do you just love coffee? Anyone with a passion for the dark beans is welcome to learn from our coffee experts. In this blog you can read what to expect from the course. The history of coffee Let’s...
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Corona
We are facing some challenges these days. Not just us, at The Chef’s Cut, but the whole world needed to adapt to the ‘new normal’. For us, this meant that we could no longer take travelling for granted. A bitter pill to swallow. However, this doesn’t mean we won’t look at the future anymore. We...
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