Whenever garlic is chopped the scene from Good Fellows is often in the mind - it's a scene of gangsters in jail, gangsters who have so much spare time that they spend a lot of it chopping their garlic as thin as possible with a standard issue prison blade.
This dedication to perfectly thin garlic is something most people just don't have enough time for which is where The Garlic Card comes in handy.
Costing $7.99 all you have to do is rub garlic on the plastic mould to get the perfect crushed ingredient every time. It's quick to use, cheap to buy and could mean an end to picking dry pieces of garlic out the crusher.
Paul Sorgule offers up ten guiding principles on what it takes to be a professional cook which reach beyond conduct, policy, procedures and pandemics, from respect and team work to honesty and professionalism.
The coronavirus crisis has hit the restaurant industry hard, with many chefs in danger of losing their livelihoods. But what about the sommeliers? How have they coped through the pandemic, and where will they stand in the 'new normal'?