VIDEO: Hair in Food
This is part one in a four parts storytelling series, all involving incidents from my food industry career that involve finding things in the food, which didn’t belong in the food. These stories are going to get progressively worse as I go along…I’m going to start with an easy one though. Today I’m going to tell two stories about finding hair in food.
Hair is probably the most common thing that gets into food. When it comes to commercial food preparation, you must have your hair tied back and covered at all times. Watch the video above to hear my two stories.
For this series, I’m going to do one giveaway whose winner will be determined at the end of the month. I’ll be giving away my entire set of silicone molds. These things are heat resistant so you can bake with them or use them to mold chocolates or flowers. They are awesome.
This giveaway is open to anyone in the world. To enter to win, leave a comment below any one of this or the next three videos. Tell me your stories about finding stuff in food. If you have more than one story to share, just leave do one per week because I’ll be covering this topic for the next three weeks and you’ll have more than one opportunity to enter. If you have a really gross story, I’d suggest saving it till the end, when I do my really gross story so people who can’t stomach the gross stories can avoid them altogether. Whoever shares what I feel is the best story during the course of this video series will win the prize.
Here is a quick update on my progress with work: I’m taking a break from the gingerbread house masterclass to complete a new bakery business book that I’m due to release soon. Based on your feedback from a few weeks ago, I’ve been adding in some extra material so it’s taking a little bit more time than I thought. I’m very excited about this manuscript! I think it’s going to be a great tool for those of you who are in business. I’ll give you some previews of it starting next week.
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