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The Chef's Cut Academy

Learn about wine, food & coffee online

Worldwide Inspiration

We source authentic recipes from all over the world and work together with local chefs. 

All Levels

We welcome both passionate foodies and professional chefs to follow our online tutorials.

Community of Foodies

We are a huge community of foodies from all over the world and love to share our inspiration with each other.

At The Chef’s Cut, we believe that food connects people from all over the world. It brings us together as a community and even allows us to travel and explore new cultures – albeit in our own kitchen.

During these challenging times, where we’re all enjoying the comfort of our own homes, we want to inspire you with some delicious online cooking tools. That’s why we’re working together with all foodies – be it chefs or food bloggers, wine experts or baristas, grandmas in Italy or vegan food experts in Belgium for their unique recipes. ⁠Together, we created The Chef’s Cut Academy – a platform full of recipes, video tutorial and online courses.

Tailored to all levels

Online Courses for Foodies

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Discover our online barista courses & wine courses now.

Learn to make coffee at home

Online Barista Courses

Culinary Courses

Exclusive free courses, expand your knowledge and culinary skills with our easily digestible online learning system. 

Coffee Brewing Course

Coffee Roasting

Cooking & Wine Tutorials

We're all stuck inside - time to get creative. Our chefs and food bloggers all over the world are sharing with us what they're cooking up in the kitchen these days. Enjoy recipes from all over the world and don't forget to share the results with us.

Local Food Diaries #19: Why you should buy magnum bottles of wine

Alexis talks about magnum-sized wine bottles. These huge bottles contain 1.5 litres of wine (that’s two bottles of wines in one!) and Alexis gives you a few reasons why you should get of them for your next dinner party.

Local Food Diaries #18: Vin de France wines

Alexis talks about the ‘Vin de France’-notation on bottles of wines, referring to table wine (or the cheaper wines). These wines were in the past considered a “lower quality” wine, nowadays we see premium ‘Vin de France’ wines as well. Alexis tells you what to look out for when buying Vin de France wines.

Local Food Diaries #17: Where to find the best value old vintage red wines in France?

Alexis helps us to find the best value for money when it comes to vintage wines in France. He reveals his best-kept secret and tells you about a vineyard in the heart of the Loire Valley – a must for delicious reds.

Local Recipes

Our favourite recipes have been sent in through food bloggers, partners and cooking enthusiasts all over the world. If we can’t travel – let’s bring the world to you.

pinapple salad

Pineapple & Mint Salad

A dish famous from our wine evenings (how we miss those times) and brought to you by our The Chef's Cut chef Eric. It's a simple recipe and can we recommend cracking a bottle of Pouilly-Fuissé to go with it?
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salmon with zucchini noodles recipe

Salmon with zucchini pasta

It is challenging sometimes to maintain a healthy lifestyle during the lockdown, however, the right food and lifestyle improve our immune system considerably. No secret for food coach Marlies, from Eat Good Feel Good, who send us this beautiful and nutritious recipe.
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cannelloni recipe

Cannelloni with green asparagus

When we can't travel to Italy, we bring Italy to us. This is what food blogger Elle of A Pinch Of Odelle thought when she created this delicious recipe. She turned the classic Italian cannelloni (with ricotta, spinach and tomato sauce) into a healthy and innovative dish.
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tomates a la provenciale

Tomates à la provençale

This is an easy French recipe that is great as an appetizer or a light brunch. You don't need many ingredients to create this wonderful dish.
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salmon nuggets recipe

Salmon nuggets with a mint & sage yogurt sauce

This is a super easy recipe from our The Chef's Cut member Eric, who made it as a snack during the lockdown. Have a try yourself!
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fish paprikash recipe croatian

Fish Paprikash

One of the renowned dishes of Slavonia is fish paprikash, or also known as just fish. Good quality fish from the river, peppers and boiling in a kettle on an open fire is the secret to a good fish paprikash.
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