The Hurst Chef Blog

How to Get the Most out of Your Kitchen Job

You work in a kitchen- congratulations. Odds are you’re with a team of friendly, hardworking people who pull their weight (mostly) so that you can all work as a cohesive team together. It’s hard work, but rewarding- you’re doing what you love. I’m here to …

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How to cook with CBD Oil

CBD (Cannabidiol) Oil is hot off the press and making it into all the latest recipes, making it unquestionably the latest ‘fad’ in cooking. It promises a litany of benefits from reducing anxiety to helping with nausea, inflammation and insomnia. You may be asking yourself …

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Chef Apprenticeships

Is chef school not quite for you? Are you looking for an alternative way to enter the cheffing industry? Perhaps you’d like to earn while you learn (if you want to do this and attend a culinary school, look no further than Hurst Campus, where …

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Hurst International Food Day

The Hurst Campus offers a widely respected culinary course within the context of fun and family. This week was a perfect example of the fun students have while studying here. Lectures came to a standstill this week as the Year 2 Students hosted their Cuisines …

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How to Deal with Short Staffing in Your Kitchen

Recruiting, training and retaining kitchen staff is one of the most difficult, and important challenges that you’ll need to overcome to see success in your kitchen. Today we’re going to chat about how to deal with short staffing on a day to day basis, to …

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How to Reduce Waste in your Kitchen

One-third of the planet’s food goes to waste every year- enough to feed the world’s hungry twice over. This waste isn’t happening in one bulk throw out by some heartless corporation (although those certainly play their part). It’s the plums you throw out at the …

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