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The Making of a Chef: Mastering Heat at the Culinary Institute of America Chapter Summary & Analysis - Routine Summary

Michael Ruhlman
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Routine Summary and Analysis

By Day Three, the Skills class is moving along nicely. Erica, a student in the class, is having trouble keeping up with the rest of the class. In addition, she has a great deal of trouble with sanitation and loses points each day because of it.

Ruhlman describes the other students in the class and how they end up in the CIA, including Eun-Jung Lee, Ben Grossman, Greg and Adam. The structure of the class consists of Ruhlman demonstrating different recipes or tasks for the students who will then do it on their own in the following days. In addition, Chef Pardus quizzes the students by paper and they will have a final quiz at the end. In addition, they garner points each day for executing smart sanitation and nutrition choices with their food. The idea behind the written quizzes is that graduates of the...

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