Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) April 18, 2007
Currently featuring Asian fusion cuisine, ChefSchoolReview.com helps prospective culinary school students learn more about how world-wide influences and current trends in the culinary art can enhance skills. The newest chef spotlight features Martin Yan: "Asian Cuisine to American Mainstream" (http://www.chefschoolreview.com/blog/2007/04/chef_spotlight_martin_yan.html).
The ChefSchoolReview.com feature article calls attention to Yan's advanced culinary education and many culinary awards and achievements. In addition to a television career, Yan founded the Yan Can International Cooking School in the San Francisco Bay Area. To read the complete chef bio for Martin Yan, visit: http://www.chefschoolreview.com/blog/2007/04/chef_spotlight_martin_yan.html.
Visitors to ChefSchoolReview.com can gain insight and inspiration from chef bios like Yan's and find listings and information for top chef schools in specific local areas. With features such as "Chef Spotlight" and "A Day in the Life of a Chef," ChefSchoolReview.com highlights the most important aspects of life in the culinary industry and provides prospective students a closer look at the inner workings of the business.
"Certification carries with it the benefit of being able to document educational and professional progression throughout a chef's career," says the American Culinary Federation, the only certifier of master chefs in the United States. Prospective culinary school students looking for culinary certification and education advice, expertise and cooking schools in a particular area can find resources by using tools available at ChefSchoolReview.com.
In the past, "Chef Spotlight" has featured many industry greats such as Bobby Flay and Tom Collicchio, who is currently serving as head judge on "Top Chef," the hit cooking show on Bravo. His advice: "Cooking is a craft," he says, "I try to emphasize the positive side of spending a year or two developing a style" (http://chefschoolreview.com/bio-tom-colicchio.html).
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, "People who have had courses in commercial food preparation may an advantage when looking for jobs in better restaurants." At ChefSchoolReview.com, a top online guide to culinary education, prospective culinary students and cooking enthusiasts can find more information about chef training and culinary arts school.
ChefSchoolReview.com is a comprehensive online guide to chef schools offering educational resources and degree programs in cooking and culinary arts. The site also features links to recipes from around the world, a culinary library tool, a chef spotlight feature and a culinary school listing.