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.
In honour of Le Cordon Bleu’s 120th anniversary, Le Cordon Bleu London marked the milestone with a spectacular event! Hosted on all four floors of the school, guests experienced a multi-sensory journey across the evolution of gastronomy and the history of Le Cordon Bleu.
As Tokyo is gearing up to host the 2020 Summer Olympics, Le Cordon Bleu Japan is also preparing to play its part in the games. It may be difficult to fathom what a French culinary education institution has to do with the greatest sporting event in the word, but this is not the first time Le Cordon Bleu has contributed to the Olympics. Le Cordon Bleu took part in the 2000 Summer games in Sydney, and will also be involved in the games next year in Rio de Janeiro.
Celebrate fall with this recipe from Le Cordon Bleu Chefs. The dish marries the sweet notes of butternut squash with the contrasting earthy flavor of golden chanterelles. It's simple to make, and brings a cheerful touch of warmth to November.
Chaine Des Rotisseurs holds an annual international competition between its members in order to determine the world's best young chef. The cook-off to decide New Zealand's 2015 representative was held at Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand Institute in Wellington
The Fiji Sustainable Seafood Project is an exciting and innovative NZ$2.4million initiative that is being partnered by WWF-New Zealand, WWF South Pacific, Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand Institute and the New Zealand Aid Programme. The primary objectives of this project are to:
To celebrate 120 years of culinary excellence and also the Wellington school's 3rd birthday, the team at Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand put together an intimate affair attended by dignitaries and industry leaders.
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.
A major daily in Malaysia, the Star, together with Le Cordon Bleu Malaysia as host venue, bring to you, the Food Fight competition, where participants were given one common ingredient and battles to be the winner for amazing prizes.