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Happy 10 Omnivore

The students and Chef Jordan, MOF Glacier 2015, will take part in the 10th edition of the Omnivore fair.
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In 2015, Le Cordon Bleu celebrates their 120th anniversary. To mark this important occasion, le Cordon Bleu is asking students new and old, to share their memories of studying at Le Cordon Bleu.
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The first ever Diploma ceremony for Restaurant Management Program students took place on Friday February 27.

The 'pioneer' Restaurant Management program promotion received their diploma on February, 27th at the prestigious Cercle de l'Union Interallié. M. Frédéric Picard, Managing Director in the hospitality industry with over 15 years experience honored us with his presence as class patron..
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Recipe

Spinach is an extremely versatile vegetable which can be either cooked or eaten raw when young. A feast for the eyes and the palate, this bread is hearty and delicious. The earthy spinach flavor in this recipe combines extremely well with the fresh bread, while the spinach adds beautiful green speckles throughout the bread which really enhance its look.
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Students of over 70 nationalities come to Le Cordon Bleu with a willingness and enthusiasm to share their cultures. In the hallways of the schools, one hears French, English, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese - all expressing a common passion for exellence. In 1995, Le Cordon Bleu Paris welcomed the first ever Chinese government sponsored students from Shanghai. Contributing to this diversity, you will have the opportunity to share your cultural background in a culinary or entrepreneurial context.

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