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

Michael Ruhlman
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The Blizzard of '96 starts. The block before Ruhlman's Skills class had ended with a winter storm watch and his block is about to end the same way.

Ruhlman makes it into the CIA an hour and a half late, and decides to leave early to miss a dry run of tomorrow's sauce practical. He does a test with other students on a knife cuts practical that demonstrates how well they have learned to slice vegetables and other prep work. Ruhlman gets a 97.5% out of a possible 100% and races out the door, telling Pardus he is worried about the snow. On the way home, Ruhlman loses control of his car and spins out, but manages to avoid getting into a car accident. He rights the car and drives the rest of the way home safely.

The next morning, the snow continues to fall...

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