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cordon bleu

French history
a. the sky-blue ribbon worn by members of the highest order of knighthood under the Bourbon monarchy
b. a knight entitled to wear the cordon bleu
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Le Cordon Bleu has a presence in the Middle East, with two institutes in Lebanon, awaiting other expansions in the region.
Run by Le Cordon Bleu London, the Scholarship Award means a prize worth more than PS35,000 for the winner who has a life-changing opportunity to study in its flagship culinary institute in London.
For example, the relatively unadorned flavors of Cantonese food will be best matched with Cordon Bleu, because it is spicier.
But then Le Cordon Bleu is not just the only global institute that Goenka University has roped in to impart state- of- the- art education to students.
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Nominated by his GCSE catering tutor Rhoda Williams, Lloyd will take up Le Grande Diplome in September 2013 at Le Cordon Bleu International Flagship Institute, on Bloomsbury Square in London.
She was the first American woman to study at the esteemed Cordon Bleu cooking school, in Paris, and then introduced authentic French cuisine to the kitchens of her homeland, signing off her television show with the catchphrase, "I'm Julia Child.
Philadelphia-born Lukins, who graduated from New York University with a degree in art education, studied at the Cordon Bleu in London and worked with chefs in France before returning to New York to start a catering business and opening a shop.
QUOTE Of The Week came from my dearly beloved, as he indulged in the gastronomic delights of the cordon bleu fish fingers that I'd lovingly prepared for the family tea.
is visiting coffee farms in Peru's Chacamaya growing region and teaching barista courses at Le Cordon Bleu in Lima.
Officers used the high-voltage Taser weapon on a 28-year-old man after a three-and-a-half hour stand-off at Le Cordon Bleu school, apparently after he failed his intermediate level exams and wanted to resit them.