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Food Network Canada
Recipes from Food Network Canada
Easily searched recipe collection that contains 16,000+ recipes from Gourmet, Bon Appétit, House and Garden, plus a food dictionary, and restaurant reviews
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Training and Job Information
Industry Training Authority (ITA)
The Industry Training Authority (ITA) leads and coordinates British Columbia’s skilled trades system. ITA works with employers, employees, industry, labour, training providers and government to issue credentials, manage apprenticeships, set program standards, and increase opportunities in the trades.
The Culinary Institute of America
CIA is a private, not-for-profit college "dedicated to providing the world's best professional culinary education", including continuing education and e-learning courses for professional chefs.
Canadian government information about careers in culinary arts and general job search information.
General Websites and Gateways
Articles, recipes, links and more.
Food cost management
A review of food cost management and common problems that result in poor food cost.
The Food Network
Canadian site with recipes, featured TV shows, and links. Links to culinary web resources, culinary education and scholarship information and culinary career centre.
"A Gastronomic and Gourmet Cooking Resource since 1995" includes techniques & guides, food industry news, professional food service links, and links to "serious food information" from includes techniques & guides, food industry news, professional food service links, and links to "serious food information" from government and research institutions.
Food industry news, analysis and research
U.S. government website offering information on nutrition, food safety and food-related health conditions.
The Vegetarian Resource Group
Vegetarian Foods for Food Service (Quantity Cooking) Information. Contains vegetarian recipes, nutritional information, vegan cookbooks, and excerpts from Vegetarian Times.
BC Restaurant and Foodservices Association
Advocacy and business organization focused on promoting innovation and investment in the industry from government and hosting industry events.
British Columbia Chefs' Association
The Chefs and Foodservice Association of British Columbia provides news about the Food Industry and other valuable information.
Canadian Federation of Chefs & Cooks
Geared for the professional chefs and cooks in Canada, site includes branch information, educational opportunities, conference notices, 100,000+ recipes, news, business opportunities, and job bank.
Largest professional chefs association in Canada.
International Association of Culinary Professionals
Not-for-profit association that provides continuing education and development for it’s' members who are engaged in the areas of culinary education, communication, or in preparation of food and drink.
"voice of food service in Canada"
Women Chefs and Restaurateurs
Women Chefs & Restaurateurs promotes education and advancement of women in the restaurant industry and the betterment of the industry as a whole. The organization was formed in 1993 by eight of the U.S.’s top women chefs and restaurateurs.
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