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SANTIAGO TORRIJOS
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SANTIAGO TORRIJOS
17 RUE RODIER

Bruno Toso
Mr
Bruno Toso
Corporate Chef

My name is Bruno Toso, I´ve studied Culinary Arts at Le Cordon Bleu Peru 15 years ago, I´m a good food lover, specialy the one that´s been done with sustainability, lookin always for the development of the local comunities production, I live in the DR, I´m in charge of the R/D office for a worldwide frozen food suplier, developing new markets and opportunities for the caribe area.
I work with all the Chefs in the area, training thier people on the basics of frozen food handling and the different aplications for our products.
I wish I can be part of this select gruop of Gourmands and Gourmets, so I can learn more and be in contact with diferent collegs around the world.

Thanks for the oportunity.

Best Regards,

Bruno Toso

Brian Toung
Mr
Brian Toung
Owner

…I have been doing all the shopping and cooking for my family of 5 for 30 years. I am an FL BBQ ASSN Master Judge having judged nearly 30 contests in the last 5 years, and also became a certified KCBS BBQ judge and Steak Cookoff Assn. Judge. I am judging hopefully at the world food championships in the fall at Orange Beach. I love to experiment with new flavors and recipes and sauses, and I am a habitual food network viewer, Master Chef, Hells Kitchen, Chopped, Beat Bob Flay, Iron Chef, Next Food Network Star, Diners and Drive ins, Man v. Food, you name it. Also have trained at CIA in Napa and Cordon Bleau in Orlando. I also have a PhD in Holilstic Natural Health and Holistic Sports nutrition. Just an all around amateur foodie.

Kwong Tran
Mr
Kwong Tran
Chef & food enthusiast

Origin from vietnam, born in 1981 in Hong-Kong, living in swizterland since 1982 and naturalized now, i speak french, cantonese and english and a little deutsch. I m a former building drawer, then informatician and now a cook.

I love food, maybe a bit too much, going to spend over few thousands francs at the most craziest month, my favorite restaurants are japanese and french, italian, chinese or vietnamese, i lalso ike to go to the "expensive" gastronomy, haute cuisine but i dont like very much the too luxurious one, especially when we need to wear smoking, etc.

I have a blog www.foodaholic.ch about me going in restaurants. I m also head chef at www.kazoku.ch , a sushi bar and eurasian kitchen.

Lindsay Trivers
Mrs
Lindsay Trivers

I’m a beer and wine sommelier and founder of the Tasting Class (if you would link to www.thetastingclass.com it would be appreciated), the first company of its kind in Dubai, focused on evolving drinking culture in Dubai through fun and interactive beer and wine education. My wine professional beverage and hospitality experience spans five continents. I holds qualifications with The Wine & Spirit Education Trust, The Court of Master Sommeliers, Auckland University of Technology, and also studied in Belgium under Master Beer Sommelier, Sofie Vanraflegehm. Above all else, I just enjoy quality food, beverage and service and helping people understand what makes wine and beer great.

Giorgio Trovato
Mr
Giorgio Trovato
Executive Chef and restaurant manager - President FIPPC Italia - Professional Personal Chef Academy Director

… Food is my comunication language ..starting from our tradition I love to mix different culture to give an complete experience to my guest .

Not just simply food but experience for all 5 senses , something to remember after
For this reason as President of Italian Federation Professional Personal Chef ( FIPPC -Federazione Italiana Professional Personal Chef ) in our Academy will try to give to the our student this poin of view : gourmet and Michelin background for unique experience for our guests

Queena Truong
Miss
Queena Truong
Pharmacist

I am a pharmacist by profession, but I have always had a love of good food. Four years ago I created a dinner club with like minded friends and we meet up once a month to share a culinary experience. We try old and new restaurants, traditional and innovative cooking and cuisines from all over the world. There is no discrimination against the type of food we eat and the "class" of food. Street food is often the tastiest food you will find in a country.

I combine my food passion with my love of travel. I have been to the U.S., Europe and many parts of Asia and Australia tasting the range of cuisines they have to offer. I have dined in michelin starred restaurants and eaten off a plastic table in a hawkers market. My enthusiasm for food is the way it brings so many people from all walks of life together. I have seen food bring a group of people so different in many aspects, but they share a passion for spreading the love of food to others.

Coming from Australia, I have had a unique foray into the culinary world. We are quite isolated from other parts of the globe so often create twists on different cuisines according to the ingredients we can source here. I am a strong believer in finding the best produce and treating it with respect, allowing its natural flavours to shine and apply that to my own cooking ethos at home. We have such unique and wonderful produce in Australia and I would love to share it with like minded people across the world.

Martina Tschirner
Martina Tschirner
Chief Editor Slow Food Magazin (Germany), Foodjournalist, Author of Cookbooks

Starting to cook with 11 years I started also to love good food. As a Teenie I was a great recipe-collector, as young adult I began to read cooking magazines and to collect cookbooks. I learned a lot in the magazines and books - and in the first years of the web I began to write about cooking, eating and drinking. In 2000 a got member of the Food Editors Club e.V. - and also member of Slow Food. Several times I was cooking in TV, 2003 my first cookbook about old fashioned vegetables "Schwarzwurzeln, Steckrüben & Pastinaken" was published. Other cookbooks followed, in a cookingschool I gave lessons for some years. In 2006 Slow Food Germany offered me to work as the chief editor of the german Slow Food Magazine (100 pages every 2 months). It is still my job - and in this way I will always be convinced of good, clean & fair food.

Last year I started with "Martinas Storycooking" on facebook where people can post ingredients and then I create a menue. Also I am writing a cookbook together with my son "How to cook only with one arm". Some years ago he had a heavy accident and can't use his right arm for writing and cooking anymore.