The Making of a Chef: Mastering Heat at the Culinary Institute of America - Study Guide President Metz and Garde Manger Summary & Analysis

Michael Ruhlman
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Ferdinand Metz is the President of the CIA and Ruhlman finally sees him after being there for three months. He has purposely chosen not to arrange a meeting with him beforehand in order to gain information about him through anecdotes and reactions to him by people encountering him in the hall. He is always trim and professional with an arresting presence for Ruhlman and the other students and chefs at the CIA.

Once a month, on the Thursday before graduation, the school gathers for the Grand Buffet. Here, Intro, Fish and Oriental will all cook the food to be served. Mr. Metz will invite the graduation speaker and guests to come and tour the food served at the CIA. No one will eat before this happens. Nothing short of perfection will be acceptable. He is the driving...

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