Definition of sous
: being an assistant —used chiefly in titles a sous-chef
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Sabrosa, 3216 S. Howell Ave., officially opened this week with veteran chef Frank Sanchez at the helm and Sam Whalen, formerly of Centro Cafe in Riverwest, as sous chef.
When Nick Elmi – chef/owner of Laurel and In The Valley – was chef at Le Bec-Fin, his two stars in the bake shop were Katie Lynch, who was in charge of the breads, and Emily Riddell, the pastry sous chef.
Précision : le siphon qui a engendré sa mort quant à lui été mis sous scellé.
A pass-through behind the bar frames Jordan or his sous chef, Kyle Bopes.
Ryan Williams, currently executive sous chef at the Leawood Rye, will become executive chef at the Leawood Rye.
The notion of functional, approachable art led us into our next chapter of the trip and into a cooking class at Sapori Cooking Academy held by JW Marriott Venice's executive sous chef, Micki Milan.
His brother-in-law, Juan Bares, is the sous-chef and the architect of the sushi rolls Delgado calls CariMaki, a fusion of Caribbean and Asian foods that contain no fish because, well, Bares is allergic to fish.
Recently, Pork Board partnered with Longhorn Steakhouse — a chain best known, as its name implies, for gigantic servings of beef — to feature a sous-vide pork chop with garlic-herb butter.
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