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GUILD. A fraternity or company. Guild hall, the place of meeting of guilds. Beame's, Glanville, 108 (n).

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The Craft Guild of Chefs is the largest UK chefs association with 1,500 members worldwide in foodservice and hospitality, from students and trainees to top management working everywhere from Michelin-starred restaurants to school catering divisions and military units.
36) Although both readings shed light on the dynamics of their relationship, they miss the more obvious parallel that these figures draw with the master and apprentice of the Craft guild.
Organizational, Institutional, and Societal Evolution: Medieval Craft Guilds and the Genesis of Formal Organizations
This will take the form of a street food style food option cooked to order by our partners in this project, the Craft Guild of Chefs, and presented to show attendees to sample and feedback.
The triumphant team will win a five-day work experience placement with Christopher Basten, executive chef at the Marriott Hotel, County Hall, London, and vice-chairman of the Craft Guild of Chefs.
At the same time, the industry-respected Craft Guild of Chefs, the leading chefs' association in the UK, has just awarded Bladen Lighter top marks through its product endorsement programme.
A team of jurists from the Craft Guild of Chefs independently judged, assesed, marked and provided comments on all the catering entries.
On the one hand we must consider the unskilled workers who were not members of a craft guild.
STEPHEN Duffy, head chef at Tre-ysgawen Hall Hotel, near Llangefni, Anglesey, has joined an elite band - he has just been appointed to the UK's Craft Guild of Chefs.
The visit has been chosen to launch a new scheme, the Liverpool International Construction Craft Guild, which links with the private sector to improve construction craft skills.