William Angliss Institute Great Chefs Program - greatness in practice and in print
William Angliss Institute has published a commemorative Great Chefs Cookbook which showcases recipes by 15 of Australia’s most highly respected and award-winning chefs who have contributed to the ongoing success of the Angliss Great Chefs Program.
The Great Chefs Program commenced in 1993 with industry leading chefs coming into the Angliss Restaurant to give students first-hand experience and exposure to the latest techniques and cooking methods being used by the best in the business.
More than 100 Great Chefs have contributed to this program since 1993 - some are William Angliss Institute graduates and many now employ apprentices from the Institute.
With a foreword by industry icon Jacques Reymond, featured chefs include Guy Grossi, Scott Pickett, Frank Camorra, Annie Smithers and Andrew McConnell.
Jacques said, “It has been my privilege to be part of the Great Chefs Program at William Angliss Institute which offers students the unique opportunity to cook a menu designed by a successful chef and work under supervision to prepare it and serve it to paying guests.
Interwoven with stories about the history of the Institute, the book features two favourite recipes from each chef including their tips and techniques, with matching wines suggested by the Institute’s wine education teachers.
Twenty-three years on the program continues to be the most successful program of its type in Australia, fostering communication, connections and networks between students, teachers and the industry.
In the last 12 months the program has held Great Chefs’ events off-site at some of Melbourne’s signature restaurants and has been a further innovation and a resounding success.
William Angliss Institute CEO Nicholas Hunt said since the early beginnings, an integral part of William Angliss Institute’s approach to education and training has been, and continues to be, our close partnerships with industry.
“This training approach seeks to ensure that students have the expertise that makes them graduates of choice in a dynamic industry,” Mr Hunt said.
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