This movie projection is offered exclusively to KAUST community members and is R-rated (no one under 17 admitted without an accompanying parent or guardian).
A chef who loses his restaurant job starts up a food truck in an effort to reclaim his creative promise, while piecing back together his estranged family.
The screening will be followed by a discussion with our special culinary guest, German chef Bernd Arold.
Refreshments will be served prior to the movie.
This event is brought to you by the Office of Enrichment Programs in collaboration with the University Library and Recreation.
This event has limited seating. If you register and later are unable to attend this event, please be sure to 'unregister' on the website so that someone else can take your seat.
Bernd Arold (born April 26, 1974 in Rüdesheim am Rhein) is a German chef. He is known from his cookbooks and appearances in radio and television.
Following the advice of his mother, he started a cooking apprenticeship in the restaurant "Backöfele " in Würzburg where he learned the basics of traditional Franconian cuisine. He passed his final examination with the grade "Very Good". He then worked in the restaurant "Käfer-Schänke " in Munich and the now-closed restaurant "Schweizer Stuben" in Bettingen. The "Schweizer Stuben" was long considered among the best restaurant in Germany and was acknowledged with two Michelin stars. Bernd Arold said he learned there "fine dining, the strict discipline, the perfect combinations and versatile flavor."
In addition, he trained as a carpenter. However, after the training period, he continued to work as a cook. His next stop led him into the "Mosquito" in Würzburg. By his own admission, the most beautiful station of his cooking career, however, was the "Drei Stuben" in Meersburg headed by Stefan Marquard.
After his time in the "Drei Stuben", he joined the restaurant Lenbach in Munich, together with Stefan Marquard. Subsequently, he cooked for the first time as a chef in the restaurant “ess9”. Since July 26, 2008 he cooks in his first own restaurant "Der Gesselschaftsraum" in Munich, where his creations are presented in a seventies’ atmosphere.
He published a number of books, included Vegetarian for Meatlovers, Kitchen Classix, Bavaria cooks, Cookbook for the Young Savages.
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