Fact Friday On MCZ Edition 12 ¦ SAY THEIR NAMES pt. 3

SAY THEIR NAMES (where we highlight names of food and beverage makers.). This week on Fact Friday we highlight the role food photographers, food critics, bakers, entremetier, poissonnier and sauciers play in the food and beverage industry.

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Did you know?

A person who specializes in commercial photography of food and products which are used in advertisements, magazines, packaging, menus or cookbooks is called a FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER

Did you know?

A person who majorly bakes and sell bread or pastries, and cakes is called a BAKER

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A fish merchant who sells fish is called a fishmonger or POISSONNIER

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A vegetable chef responsible for preparing hot appetizers, soups, vegetables, pasta, and starches is called an ENTREMETIER

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A person who analyzes food or restaurants and then publishes or shares their opinions via social media, food columns in newspapers and magazines is called a FOOD CRITIC

Did you know?

A sauté chef in charge of preparing sauces, stews, hot hors d’œuvres, and sautés is called a SAUCIER

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