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Episode 23: Bill Telepan: This week on Chefs Story, Dorothy Cann Hamilton is joined by chef Bill Telepan of Telepan Restaurant in NYC. Tune in and hear how Bill went from working at delis and local restaurants to attending culinary school, traveling to France and eventually helpin

Episode 23: Bill Telepan: This week on Chefs Story, Dorothy Cann Hamilton is joined by chef Bill Telepan of Telepan Restaurant in NYC. Tune in and hear how Bill went from working at delis and local restaurants to attending culinary school, traveling to France and eventually helpin

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Episode 23: Bill Telepan: This week on Chefs Story, Dorothy Cann Hamilton is joined by chef Bill Telepan of Telepan Restaurant in NYC. Tune in and hear how Bill went from working at delis and local restaurants to attending culinary school, traveling to France and eventually helpin

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49 minuti
Pubblicato:
Oct 24, 2012
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Episodio podcast

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This week on Chefs Story, Dorothy Cann Hamilton is joined by chef Bill Telepan of Telepan Restaurant in NYC. Tune in and hear how Bill went from working at delis and local restaurants to attending culinary school, traveling to France and eventually helping open Judson Grill and starting his own restaurant, Telepan Restaurant. Hear what it was like cooking in NYC in the late 80s, before the local sustainable movement started to take shape. Listen as Bill tells stories of working for legendary restauranteurs like Daniel Boulud and David Bouley and what challenges he faced along his professional culinary career. Also hear what Bills been up to as Executive Chef of the Wellness in the Schools program, helping improve the food and food education in NYC public schools. This program was sponsored by Cain Vineyard and Winery. As a cook, you go work at places and you take the best of what you learn, mash it together, go inside your heart and soul and find your own cuisine. [15:10] You have to be true to yourself....if it works, great. If it doesnt, you cant be throwing pizzas on the menu because thats what everybody wants to eat and its simple. [21:45] Its not just about what you do in a kitchen - its about whats going on outside [the restaurant]. [29:48] The thing you gain in [sourcing locally] is flavor. Theres many environmental factors that are important, but the fact that the carrot was pulled on Tuesday and you have it in your refrigerator on Wednesday is very important to me - and people notice it. [35:50] The job of school food is so hard because they feed a million kids a day in 1,500 schools. Its hard to keep track of that. Our program goes in, helps and works alongside them to give them confidence and training and through osmosis change the culture of the school. [41:20] --chef Bill Telepan on Chefs Story
Pubblicato:
Oct 24, 2012
Formato:
Episodio podcast