The Making of a Chef: Mastering Heat at the Culinary Institute of America Setting & Symbolism

Michael Ruhlman
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The Culinary Institute of America or the CIA

The cooking school in Hudson Valley, New York where Ruhlman attends to learn how to become a chef. The CIA is considered one of the most influential factors in the food industry as its students consistently impact the food industry. No matter what else is going on, those individuals who are aware of the food industry pay attention to the CIA.

Chef Pardus' Home

After Ruhlman finishes his courses at the CIA, he stops by Chef Pardus' home in order to reflect on his experiences at the CIA. It is here that Ruhlman hears Pardus tell him what he wants to hear: that he can be considered a true cook.

K-2 Class

The classroom where Chef Pardus teaches the Skills at the CIA

Tivoli, New York

The location where Ruhlman moves with his wife and daughter while he attends the...

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