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14 Chilean students from INACAP spent two weeks at Institut Paul Bocuse

Students from INACAP at Institut Paul Bocuse

Students from INACAP at Institut Paul Bocuse

On March 14, 2016

From January 25th to February 5th 2016, 14 students from INACAP came at Institut Paul Bocuse for a specific 2-weeks program. Dedicated to food styling and design, this program gave students a new vision of gastronomy and service.

During their stay at Institut Paul Bocuse in France, Chilean students got the opportunity to learn more about food design and hospitality. They attended conferences, culinary demonstrations and workshops. Among these conferences, mention might be made for the one about the history of Chef Paul Bocuse, who turned 90 years old last February 16th.

After the visit of a typical food market on the Saone riverbanks, Chilean students visited “Les Halles Paul Bocuse”, a hotspot of gastronomy located in the center of Lyon and which gathers 60 merchants. To complete the 2-weeks session, Chilean students also participated to a cheese tasting, visited a vineyard and a poultry farm.

On the 3 last days, students were divided into groups to work on a creative project. The thematic was to implement a Chilean restaurant in Lyon. Students had a 20-minutes presentation to convince the jury, composed of Institut Paul Bocuse’s members and chefs.

INACAP belongs the Worldwide Alliance, founded by Institut Paul Bocuse in 2004. Today, this unique alliance covers 15 partners in 15 countries, all among the world’s top Hospitality Management & Culinary Arts schools in Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Finland, France, Greece, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Peru, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan and the United States.


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International, Worldwide Alliance

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