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IN THE NEWS

Dato’ Fazley Yaakob launches his cookbook in Paris in collaboration with Le Cordon Bleu
On October 13, 2015, Le Cordon Bleu graduate Dato Fazley launched his first cookbook My sucre Story at the Residence of the Malaysian Embassy in Paris in collaboration with Le Cordon Bleu.

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CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

Campus Recipe - Chocolate - Hazelnut Soufflé - Tartlets
In the fall, longings for chocolate appear. The perfect timing for a comforting moment with this soufflé tartlet. A recipe from the “Chocolate Bible” which associates cocoa and hazelnuts so perfectly.

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In The News - Meet Shinya Usami
Shinya Usami has gone a long way since graduating with a Grand Diplôme in 2005. Today, he is French Chef Jean François Piège’s right hand man, in his prestigious restaurant, Clover, located in Paris’s 7th arrondissement. As Le Cordon Bleu celebrates its 120th birthday, we decided to go and meet him, to look back on his career path, and find out his news.

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In The News - Women gain ground in Le Cordon Bleu Madrid
We are used to saying that the stoves of haute cuisine are dominated by men, but Le Cordon Bleu Madrid’s reality it’s much more feminine.

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Recipes - Pan roast hand dived scallops with scallop roe powder, creamed leeks, poached apple balls, beet and apple tapioca, cider foam and samphire
To celebrate International Chefs Day on 20th October, the Le Cordon Bleu Chefs have created a gastronomic delicacy using a combination of traditional and modern techniques.

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In The News - Le Petit Larousse Chocolat Collector's edition
Editions Larousse and Le Cordon Bleu have once again pooled their knowledge and are delighted to announce the launch of the new 'Petit Larousse Chocolat' Collector's edition on September 22, 2015. This new book, which is dedicated to chocolate in all its shapes and forms, contains 170 illustrated recipes and includes 11 new illustrated recipes, 23 new photos and 1 chapter entirely dedicated to 17 techniques in chocolate decoration.

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In The News - The winner of the second edition of MasterChef Brasil will come to Le Cordon Bleu Paris
The final episode of the 2nd edition of MasterChef Brasil took place in September. Izabel Alvares is the lucky winner of this successful TV show in Brazil.

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Archives

In The News - Le Cordon Bleu Paris Graduation Ceremony – November 2015
The third 2015 session Le Cordon Bleu Paris graduation ceremonies took place on November 13, 2015. The ceremony was held at the ‘Cercle de l’Union Interalliée’ with graduate’s family members and friends.

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Fairs And Events - Meet Le Cordon Bleu teams in December 2015
Le Cordon Bleu teams travel around the world to attend culinary and educational fairs. Meet us in December 2015 and learn more about our courses and Diplomas.

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In The News - 120 years celebration in Asia Pacific
Le Cordon Bleu Australia and Asia Pacific countries have been celebrating the 120th anniversary of Le Cordon Bleu in style, with several local and regional events highlighting the diversity of our regions, alumni and students.

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In The News - Hiroshima Sake Seminar for the Wine and Management and Restaurant Management programs students
This seminar aimed to provide participants with an introduction to sake, with a particular focus on Hiroshima sake.

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Fairs And Events - Meet Le Cordon Bleu teams in November 2015
Le Cordon Bleu teams travel around the world to attend culinary and educational fairs. Meet us in November 2015 and learn more about our Programs and Diplomas.

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In The News - Madrid, the first Spanish speaking Le Cordon Bleu in Europe
After opening its doors in Paris in 1895 and London in the 50s, Le Cordon Bleu opened its third school in Europe and the chosen location was Madrid. In 2011, the first Spanish speaking school of the Le Cordon Bleu network in Europe started functioning.

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In The News - The Future of Food, A Gastronomic Symposium
Students exclaim in awe as Le Cordon Bleu Kobe Cuisine Chef, Jullian Pekle, scoops out a sphere of gazpacho and places it gingerly in a spoon. The liquid sits comfortably like a pearl of red tapioca, magically defying some very basic physics.

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In The News - 'Passion for Excellence Scholarship Award'
Le Cordon Bleu is celebrating its 120th Anniversary since the first French culinary arts class held in October 1895 – such an amazing achievement and a big congratulations goes out to all the campuses around the world!

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In The News - Le Cordon Bleu arrives in Korea
In the spring of 2002, Le Cordon Bleu-Sookmyung Academy opens its doors to students who want to studey classical French Cuisine and Pastry techniques, as well as Hospitaliy Management in Korea.

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In The News - History of Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa's Building
Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa Culinary Arts Institute is located in Ottawa just steps from the Rideau River, in the beautiful Munross Mansion which is steeped in rich history.

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In The News - From Marylebone Lane to the oldest square in London
In its commitment to deliver the highest caliber of culinary and hospitality education, and after 50 years at Marylebone Lane, Le Cordon Bleu London moved to its’ new address, 15 Bloomsbury Square in 2012.

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In The News - Two former students are looking for “gastro-entrepreneurs”
‘Eatable Adventures’ is born with the goal of detecting good and innovative ideas in the culinary world and help them to progress in the marketplace, adapting and preparing them for the necessities and trends of today.

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In The News - Le Cordon Bleu Paris Graduation Ceremony
The graduation ceremony of Le Cordon Bleu Paris students took place on September 18, 2015. The ceremony was held at the ‘Cercle de l’Union Interalliée’ with graduate’s family members and friends. On this special day, Le Cordon Bleu was honored to welcome Thomas Goval as class patron.

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Campus Recipe - Beet gazpacho, beet jelly and Granny Smith apple foam
This month, beets are in the spotlight at Le Cordon Bleu Paris, with this 100% vegetarian recipe. The Chefs offer you a delicate dish where the sweet notes of cooked beet balance perfectly with the tartness of Granny Smith apple.

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In The News - Gyoka Yau Okina
Born and raised in Yokohama, Gyoka Yau Okina exemplifies the type of alumna Le Cordon Bleu Australiahas come to expect. Raised to follow her instincts, Gyoka may look shy and reserved but is actually a bold and daring character with her decision to travel to Australia depicting such a personality. Prior to coming to Australia, Gyoka worked in the fashion industry, graduating from university in New York with a bachelor’s degree in ‘Fashion Merchandising and Management’. After her studies in America she was introduced to the joy of surfing, upon which the idea of going to Australia to learn surfing captured her imagination. After a year in Sydney she returned to Japan where she started her Le Cordon Bleu training, but her love of Australia and the comprehensive training programs available brought her back.

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La Gazette - #11 September - October 2015
Contents:
Campus highlights - The Hautes Études du Goût Inscription
Wine of the month - Pastis Henri Bardouin
La Boutique product - Le Cordon Bleu mascot Bechamel is celebrating our 120th anniversary!
News at Le Cordon Bleu Paris

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Local News - Young Talents Prize from the International Culinary Photography Festival awarded to Le Cordon Bleu student, Irven Ni, and Spéos student, Valerio Geraci
The 6th edition of the International Culinary Photography Festival takes place from 1 May to October 31 2015. The patron is the three star Michelin Chef Yannick Alléno, elected best Chef of the year by Gault & Millau. This year, the theme is “Feeding the planet, energy for life” in order to highlight the Universal Exposition in Milano 2015.

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In The News - Le Cordon Bleu’s Regional Ties
Le 29 août 2012 est une date que Monsieur Cointreau, Président Le Cordon Bleu, n'oubliera jamais. Ce jour là, Monsieur Cointreau a reçu les honneurs en tant que figure importante de la Préfecture de Hyogo, au Japon, de la part Monsieur Toshizo Ido, Gouverneur de cette région, et a reçu un prix culturel prestigieux pour ses nombreuses contributions au développement et à l'internationalisation de la région.

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In The News - Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa: First international school outside Europe
Eleanor Orser was browsing Gourmet Magazine and spotted an ad for Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. Her husband, a Chartered Accountant, was travelling overseas for business and encouraged his wife to take a course at the esteemed school. Eleanor applied for her Grand Diplôme and was accepted as the first Canadian student to attend Le Cordon Bleu in Paris.

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In The News - 120 anniversary - 1st Alumni gathering in Korea
'Le Cordon Bleu' means excellence in anyone’s language.

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