Food and Beverage Service

Hodder Arnold, 2006 - 493 pages
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This thoroughly updated new edition of the well-respected textbook is presented in full colour with over 150 new photographs and illustrations. It is the ideal companion for students and practitioners in the foodservice industry. Food and Beverage Service is clear and well-structured. It is specifically designed to meet the needs of today's students and trainers, and includes: underpinning knowledge of food and beverage operations service areas and equipment menus and beverages interpersonal and technical service skills advanced technical skills key supervisory aspects. Food and Beverage Service is essential for students working towards S/NVQ, BTEC, City and Guilds, HCIMA qualifications or degrees in restaurant, hotel and hospitality management, and on a wide range of in-company training programmes. It is also a valuable reference tool for those working in food and beverage service and provides a framework for further study and professional development. It has been recommended by the International Vocational Training Organisation as the principal text for Restaurant Service.

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Dennis Lillicrap acts as a consultant and trainer in food and beverage service. He was formerly Senior Lecturer in Food and Beverage Service at Thames Valley University.

John Cousins is the Director of The Food and Beverage Training Company, London and is a consultant, trainer and author specialising in food and beverage operations and hospitality management.

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