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LIKE us on Facebook and you have a chance to win one of our brand new Short sleeve with side mesh Jackets.

 All the first 100 LIKES of Chef One Distributors will be eligible to win our Cover Jacket.

See the Black version  here http://tbotelhoimages.weebly.com/1/post/2012/02/claude-introduces-new-line-of-chef-jackets.html 

Once we get to 100 Likes we will make a draw for the Grand Prize .
Pass it on to your friends and their friends ,the sooner we get to 100 LIKES, the sooner the winner will get the Jacket. We will videotape the draw and posted On Chef One Distributors Facebook page. 
https://www.facebook.com/chefonedistributors


This Jacket retails for  $55.00. The Jacket will shipped to the winner at no cost

 
 
This past Saturday at the London Convention Center, put on a great culinary charity  event like London has never seen, for Bethany's Hope Foundation.  http://www.bethanyshope.org/7chefs/7Chefs.html. I had the opportunity to deliver Chefs Hats  for the function ,courtesy of Claude Buzon owner of   http://www.chefs-hat.com/ and  got a chance to take a few photos also of the Chefs and Fanshawe Culinary students prepping for the function.
The images where shot in Raw format and re-sized in Photoshop with no other editing. I will edit as time permits.Hope you enjoy
Great to meet all the Chefs 
Cheers
 
 
In 1993, Claude, a chef of nearly 30 years embarked on the challenge of creating the perfect chef's hat. It would need to be strong, yet breathable; accommodate every head size; and because of the daily wear in tough conditions, must retail at a reasonable cost. He came up with the ultimate design - "La Toque Demagny". It was comfortable, durable, and provided flexible sizing, at the cost of pennies a day. This unique creation has stood the test of time and continues to stand above the crowd in performance and functionality.
It was only natural that Chef's Hat evolve to outfit the chef from head to toe. In 2000, the company began producing chef jackets, aprons, pants and neckties, adhering to their strict standards of top quality and craftsmanship. Designed by a chef for the chef, the Chef's Hat line of products boasts a strong belief in the profession and an emphasis on quality.

Here it is Chef's Hat new off the assembly line COOL (SIDE MESH FOR COOLNESS) Chef jacket . Canadian material made in Canada .
Can't wait to get a few for myself. It also comes in White with Black mesh or Black with White mesh .Get yours soon  they'r flying off the shelf.

Phone +1 (519) 913.1718
tony@chefonedistributors.com

 
 
One of the best parts of being involved with  the Feastival of Fine Chefs annual function in Edmonton is, as a comity member to participate in the Auctioned Dinner at Characters. Blair Lebsack formally of Madison's Grill and now NAIT's poster boy, myself  almost formerly of Edmonton ( more to come about that )and Shon Oborawsky  http://characters.ca/chef/  , have just cooked up an awesome supper for 12 . I had a blast ,must say to be in same kitchen with Blair is God send.......An absolute great day enjoyed by all. Huge THANKS to all the participants . Cheers
 
 
Here are a few more photos from Saturdays Edmonton High School Culinary Challenge
 
 
Its happened again the Edmonton Culinary High School challenge at NAIT this past Saturday consisted of 13 High Schools with teams of 3 students from Edmonton and surroundings. Here are a bunch of photos  from this very successful event. Great to see a lot of the Chefs from Edmonton and even Calgary and Red Deer participating as judges . Great job by Chef Simon Smotkowicz and  Chef Stanley Townsend from NAIT.
 
 
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HDR

02/12/2011

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HDR stands for High Dynamic Range imaging and being a chef I can only compare it to Molecular cooking . For the most past you need to capture the same photo on three different exposures , one being correct ,one being under and the other being over exposed and the rest is simple ,bring them together on an HDR program such as Photomatix, and voila , all the tones are there ,the highs the lows and everything else , no more over exposed or under exposed photos , just a little work on your PC..........its a learning process at this point .
Here are some samples
Oh and by the way check this out
https://plus.google.com/u/0/111617495999815489264/posts
 
 
Being Jessica's birthday we decided to make her a chocolate cake instead of the more traditional Sweet potato and pecan pie
This was a traditional sort of Devils Food cake with chocolate mousse and finished with  hazel flavoured ganache . Needles to say it was yummy
Here are some of the photos 
Happy Birthday Jessica