Objects & Places from The Making of a Chef: Mastering Heat at the Culinary Institute of America

Michael Ruhlman
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The Culinary Institute of America or the CIA - This was the cooking school that Michael Ruhlman attended.

Chef Pardus' Home - This was where Michael Ruhlman was first told that he could be considered a true cook.

K-2 Class - This was Chef Pardus's classroom.

Tivoli, New York - This was where Michael Ruhlman lived while he attended cooking school.

Tongs - These were an important tool for the cooking students.

Monkey Bar - This is where Adam performed his externship.

Cleveland, Ohio - This is where Michael Ruhlman moved after cooking school.

Le Guide Culinaire - This is the cookbook that is used as a guide by the cooking students

Pen, Dupe Pad, Crumber and Wine Key - These were the four items that students learning to wait tables were required to have in their possession at all times.

Mache - This was an important...

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