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Commercial Cookery Ambassador – Nathan

Hi my name’s Nathan McMurdo, I’m an Advanced Skilled Lecturer for North Metro TAFE. I work in the Culinary Arts area and Personal Services. I’ve been at North Metro since 2007, the journey has been incredible. I love training people, I love putting a smile on their dial and the food that we prepare does…

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Trudi – Cookery

I chose to study commercial cookery at FedUni as I already had a connection to one of the staff members and I felt that the course and the facilities that they offered really suited what I needed. I was expecting just like a classroom where they’d have like a demo station set up and tonnes…

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Ambassador – Commercial Cookery

Hi I’m Nicholas Treadgold and I’m studying a Cert III in Commercial Cookery at North Metropolitan TAFE. So I’m studying commerical cookery because I want to become a professional chef and it’s a great way to learn everything that’s required of not just cooking but also running a kitchen, working in a kitchen, and ultimately…

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Study Cookery | Waikato Institute of Technology | Wintec

I’m Joel Miller I’m 22 and I’m a former student of Wintec. and so it was the obvious choice living in Hamilton I was passionate about food from a very young age and Josh Emett told me to go there. The amount of knowledge you learn in those two years the running of a kitchen…

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Psalm #74: Parental Nurture

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2 Kings #14: Family Nurture

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Psalm #108: Childhood Nurture

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Ecom’s Monthly French Videocast – April – April Fools / French Bread and Desserts

Hi! Welcome to the monthly Ecom videocast. Now is April. How are you doing? In France during the month of April, people enjoy going to small cafes and having a drink with their friends, do a little people-watching. The weather starts to get nice, so people like to relax. There’s a big tradition in France….

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Proverbs #12: Parental Nurture

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French Superstitions – Putting Bread on a Table Upside Down and Knocking on Wood

metalic pump and all they’re solitary the you know met holy found a non-virtual a tab means to put bread upside down on the table in France it’s believed that putting bread upside down on a table will bring battle it’s because people believe that you will invite famine into the household however this is…

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