Culinary School Review Contest

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Tomorrow is the official kick-off for our  [article="28924"]Culinary School Review Contest​[/article]. We are giving away some AMAZING PRIZES:
[h3]1st place[/h3]
Jende Custom Leather Knife Roll  (Valued at $500.00)​
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[h3]  [/h3][h3]2nd place[/h3]
Jende Spirit Blade Custom Petty  (Valued at $450.00)​
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[h3]  [/h3][h3]3rd place[/h3]
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[h3]Read more on how to enter here: [/h3][article="28924"]Culinary School Review Contest  [/article]
 

nicko

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If you have questions post them here. Or you can send @Nicko  a private message.
 
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 "Entrants must be signed in to their ChefTalk.com  account and post a review of their favorite cutting board." ....is this a typo or an actual requirement? Thanks!
 
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I am talking about the contest. I graduated about two years from culinary school; It was a wonderful experience. In my opinion, several things made school good. The first being is that it was not what I called a "diploma mill", IE your paid quite a bit of money and you graduated. Whether you learned anything is another .
I went to a state technical school. The cost was substantially less. The instructors knew that we were their to learn a trade, not to tout a degree/diploma. The instructors made us work and gave us lots of encouragement because they had been there before, and knew what we would encounter. So if anyone is thinking about culinary school, think state technical schools.
If anyone wants to contact me, my e mail is [email protected]
 

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