Chef Eric Bédiat visited Shanghai, China, to host a number of culinary demonstrations at the Shanghai Business & Tourism School (SHSMLY), a Le Cordon Bleu partner in China.
Sophie Thillaye du Boullay is the winner of the scholarship offered by Le Cordon Bleu International for one of its most prestigious programs: Hautes Etudes du Goût.
Join us on September 8, 2012 for an upcoming culinary programs information session, demo, and open house.
On Monday 30th July, Le Cordon Bleu management attended the Restaurant and Catering Association South Australia Awards for Excellence at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Of the many winners on the evening two Le Cordon Bleu graduates took home major awards.
Le Cordon Bleu London’s head of pâtisserie, Chef Julie Walsh, appeared alongside celebrity chef Gino D’Acampo for ITV’s Let’s Do Lunch With Gino & Mel programme.
Le Cordon Bleu London will welcome journalists and correspondents to the institute to tour our facilities and view culinary demonstrations.
Le Cordon Bleu Paris welcomed March 2012 Grand Diplôme graduate Darren Chin for a culinary demonstration. Originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Darren worked in the kitchen of his father’s business, Dave’s Deli, for more than 10 years. Having had no previous culinary training, he decided to enroll at Le Cordon Bleu in March 2011.
During their recent vacation period a group of Le Cordon Bleu Patisserie students and teachers competed in the Hunter Valley Chocolate Festival and Competition, sponsored by Callebaut Chocolate. The festival attracted over 12 000 visitors with the enchanting theme for the year of a ‘Winter Wonderland’.
The recent Sydney Good Food and Wine Show, saw twelve Le Cordon Bleu students assisting in the behind the scenes running of this nationwide event. The students assisted with mise en place before and during the event as well preparing and serving all meals for the Chefs Table, VIP Room, Green Room and the Celebrity Theatre.