Posts tagged Margot Janse
Student Graduation at Jackie Cameron Chef School

It is always such a privilege for me to be invited to attend the student graduation at the Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine. Jackie Cameron puts her all into making sure her students graduate with all the necessary skills required to work as a chef.

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Ruvarashe Matsika - The Quiet One

With 26 internationally judged distinctions, our graduation a couple of weeks back was testament to the high standard we demand at Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine. The graduates have all been employed, and I am confident that they are well prepared for their chosen careers in the demanding, yet exciting, culinary industry.

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Is a woman’s place in the kitchen?

On this day in 1956, women marched to fight an unfair system. More than six decades later, should women in the restaurant world still be marching? We asked five industry leaders. Margot Janse, award-winning chef and judging convenor for the 2018 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards.

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A Tribute to Margot Janse – My Friend and Role Model

With no immediate plan, apart from having “fun with my son, Thomas and contemplating the contents of my next adventures”, executive chef Margot Janse, Africa’s only female Grand Chef and the genius behind The Tasting Room at Le Quartier Français in Franschhoek, has resigned after 21 years.

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Introducing Rebecca Bourhill - Class of 2017

Rebecca Bourhill, of Rustenburg in North West Province, would spend her holidays working with me - like every holiday from the age of 16.

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OPEN KITCHEN : Bon Appetit Ladies

Women chefs are just as good, if not better than most male chefs, but, in most cases, females lack confidence. Females can second guess themselves whereby males don’t seem to as much – my second guessing myself is what I feel has given me the edge. Confidence, not arrogance, is essential.

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