DVD training

Discussion in 'General Culinary School Discussions' started by rfriend, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. rfriend

    rfriend

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    After completing my basic studies in the culinary arts at a 2 yearl college, I know I thirst for more. Unfortunatly, culinary arts is not my major and I don't think I will make it to a big time school such as CIA, or Le Cordon Bleu. Still, after learning so much, and very eager to improve the knowledge and skills I did learn, I was wondering if the DVD option is worth investing in. Is there any recommendations out there? Even a recommendation of what to stay away would get me headed in a direction.

    I am looking for something above Alton Brown. Though he is excellant in introductory knowledge, I don't think he covers subjects such as terrines, mousse or pate's. I have seen that CIA offers a variety, but is there any others in the way of DVD?
     
  2. chefdan09

    chefdan09

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    le cordon bleu? big time? sorry to crush your imagination, but as long as you can get a laon, cordon bleu will take you in.

    i mean, ****, i got in. a bunch of retards got in.