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Jon Taffer: “Raise the Bar” | Talks at Google

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12 August 2018

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Jon Taffer visited Google LA to discuss his book “Raise the Bar: An Action-Based Method for Maximum Customer Reactions.” This talk took place on January 10, 2014.

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Setting up a Restaurant? Louis and the restaurant

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25 July 2018

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Is it tough setting up a restaurant? Roger Stotesbury follows Louis Myhill as he opens his first restaurant. A story of passion, dedication and lots of trouble with the neighbours. You can find Roger’s latest work at www.cuttothedoc.com

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Chocolate Perfection With Michel Roux Jr

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25 July 2018

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Chocolate is a food made from the seeds of a cacao bean. It is used in many desserts like pudding, cakes, candy, ice cream. and Easter eggs. It can be a solid form like a candy bar or it can be in a liquid form like hot chocolate. The taste of chocolate is oft

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The First Master Chef Michel Roux on Escoffier

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25 July 2018

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“Auguste was born in a small village called Villeneuve-Loubet, very close to Nice. So at the age of thirteen, he goes and starts working at his uncle’s restaurant with no privileges, like everybody else, and he discovers the pretty awful working co

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Alain Ducasse, Japanse cuisine par excellence (2017)

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25 July 2018

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Alain Ducasse is a world-famous French chef and owner of restaurants worldwide, including Tokyo. He’s fascinated by Japanese cuisine and makes several visits a year to explore local ingredients and culinary techniques. We follow him on his search for pre

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Servants: The True Story of Life Below Stairs. Part 3 of 3 – No Going Back

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25 July 2018

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The third and final part in this BBC documentary series about servants in Britain. This episode looks at how World War I and worker organisation empowered servants to demand dignity and improved working conditions from the owning classes.

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Servants: The True Story of Life Below Stairs. Part 1 of 3 – Knowing Your Place.

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25 July 2018

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Servanthood is the blurred line between wage slavery and chattel slavery but in recent years popular costume dramas set in the British colonial period such as “Downton Abbey” and “Poldark” whitewash this for the sake of romanticism. Thi

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Let’s Cook History: The French Revolution (Food History Documentary)

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25 July 2018

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The French Revolution in 1789 had a major impact on French society, as it meant the end of an era of absolute monarchy. Old ideas of hierarchy and power were replaced by new ones, including the emergence of the bourgeoisie. Of course, these social changed left

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5 Michelin-starred chefs reveal the secrets of the French cuisine

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25 July 2018

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  Five of the greatest French Michelin-starred chefs pay tribute to their local food producers and reveal the secrets of their cuisine. In this journey to the six corners of France, each chef shows us his region, its most beautiful sights and the women an

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The First Master Chef Michel Roux on Escoffier

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25 July 2018

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“Auguste was born in a small village called Villeneuve-Loubet, very close to Nice. So at the age of thirteen, he goes and starts working at his uncle’s restaurant with no privileges, like everybody else, and he discovers the pretty awful working co

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