• The knives of Kings: symbolizing French cutlery

    17 November 2017

    The historian Christian Lemasson recently discovered the existence of two knife makers from Thiers that served at the King’s court in the 17th century, proving that the capital of French cutlery’s historic roots run deeper than previously thought!

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  • Made in France knives: How TB Groupe innovates its French cutlery

    10 November 2017

    Tarrerias-Bonjean is an historic French cutlery company based in the region of Thiers. Today, TB Groupe is the leading seller of Made in France knives. This company’s top position is not due to chance but to its successful business strategy. Its directors have strategically implemented policies that impact their innovation and investment, which have propelled this company to new levels of success.

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  • In-depth information about MOOC Afpa’s 2017 winter session of online cooking classes!

    20 October 2017

    The Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) - organized by Afpa (Adult Vocational Training Association) - will take place over a three-week period, beginning on December 4, 2017. This session marks the 3rd year of Afpa online cooking classes, which will explore the world of oenology. A Facebook page and forum were created for this course, allowing participants a chance to share their experiences and exchange ideas.

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  • Cooking knives for fish – how to use a fillet knife

    13 October 2017

    As fish is delicate, it is essential to know how to prepare it with the utmost care. Fillet knives are specifically designed for cutting fish and removing bones. A wide array of fish knives with various cutting edges exists - but the most common ones are fillet knives, large serrated knives and those designed for cutting tuna. The fillet knife is the most popular with non-professionals, whereas professionals commonly use the other two types.

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