Julie Jones, winner of the 2008 Nestle Toque d’Or, judge and best-selling food writer, is set to release another book, ‘The Pastry School’ on 5 March 2020. Renowned for her decorative and flavourful bakes, she will share a range of recipes from savoury pies to sweet treats for budding bakers to practise at home. SinceContinue reading Julie Jones is set to share her top cooking tips in new book ‘The Pastry School’
Steve Groves, Head Chef at Roux in Parliament Square, London has been announced Craft Guild’s National Chef of the Year. Steve started his chef journey when he attended catering college. He developed a real passion for cooking and decided to pursue this career further. He has worked at Roux for nine years, three as sousContinue reading Craft Guild announce their National Chef of the Year
Mitchells & Butler’s are proving apprenticeships are the way forward. For one of the leading hospitality companies, apprentices are their future! Joe Buck, last year’s winner of the ‘Rising Star’ Award at National Apprenticeship Week, proves that apprenticeships lead to great opportunities. The Apprenticeships Group Director explains why these awards are so significant to apprentices:Continue reading Mitchells & Butlers Rising Star Apprentice
31-year-old Leanna Appleton loved her apprenticeship with Casual Dining Group in 2018. She is now currently enrolled on the Management L4 programme. Leanna has been supported by her apprentice development coach from Remit Training to achieve her Level 3 Hospitality Supervisor qualification. Remit is an apprenticeship provider that works in partnership with Casual Dining Group.Continue reading Leanna gets a distinction with Casual Dining Group!
Mitchells & Butlers is now offering apprenticeships to all current employees. There is no cost to you, and it’s a great way to gain new qualifications – without taking cut in pay or benefits! Today we’re hearing from Ryan Pallett, an Ember Retail Business Manager! Hi! I’m Ryan Pallett and I’m currently working towards myContinue reading “If I could sum up my apprenticeship – WINWIN!”