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Busy Week At Little Dix Bay

June 28, 2011

Our time spent at Little Dix Bay in the British Virgin Islands wasn’t just an Island get away, although the surroundings and fantastic staff sure did make it feel like it was.

When we weren’t reveling in the the amazing scenery and surroundings, we were busy conducting some personalized training throughout their Hospitality department.

Hands on station training was conducted for the teams in Hot Foods, Cold Foods and in their Pastry Shop. The training covered new concepts within the field and Mise en place training to help them be as efficient as possible with their daily tasks.

The staff also took part in an introduction to HACCP-Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points- during their training in Kitchen Safety and Sanitation. We did mock health inspections for each area of the Kitchen facility and also for the Bar Areas, Kitchen Stewards and Waitstaff.

The mock inspections gave the team a greater awareness of what to expect when official inspections occur and what they can do to ensure all areas are properly protected from any safety, sanitation or food borne hazards.

Everyone we worked with from the moment we arrived until the moment we left was courteous and helpful and eager to learn. So maybe it WAS an Island getaway….

Thanks Again,

-The Chefs Helping Chefs Team

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  1. Chef Jeff permalink
    June 28, 2011 9:26 pm

    We had a great week at Little Dix Bay. accomplished many hours of training. The beach, food, and hospitality made the trip one of the best ever. Going to have a busy summer. I am looking forward to going to Antigua next week for the Mango Pineapple Culinary Competition. Follow Chefs Helping Chefs on Facebook to see all of our pictures

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