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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor In the Culinary Arts Program

CIA


Assistant Professor In Culinary Arts

Culinary Institute of America


Professor of American Cuisine

Culinary Institute of America


Chef

Culinary Institute of America


Co-Owner and Executive Chef

Little Gretel


Web References(30 Total References)


www.silive.com

"One of the most important considerations when you are pan-frying is to have the oil at the right temperature," explained Phil Delaplane, assistant professor in the CIA's culinary arts program. The next step, according to Chef Delaplane is: "Take a small amount of breading and put it into the oil.


csmweb2.emcweb.com [cached]

Phil Delaplane, a 50-something professor of American cuisine at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in Hyde Park, N.Y.,, grew up eating Twinkies."Loving Twinkies is a nostalgia thing," says Mr. Delaplane, who recently made his wedding cake with Twinkies.


www.ciaculinaryintelligence.com

"One of the most important considerations when you are pan-frying is to have the oil at the right temperature," says Phil Delaplane, assistant professor in culinary arts at The Culinary Institute of America.
Chef Delaplane adds, "Take a small amount of breading and put it into the oil.


www.boerne.org

Last year, Chef Denise brought Chef Phil Delaplane to Little Gretel adding an additional layer of excellence to its kitchen.
Chef Delaplane was a chef and instructor at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park for more than 20 years and also was the head chef at the internationally known Trellis Restaurant in Williamsburg, Virginia.


www.mysanantonio.com

A Conversation With … Philip Delaplane, Little Gretel
Part Czech, Eastern European and German with some American thrown in for good flavor is how Philip Delaplane, co-owner and executive chef of Little Gretel, describes the family-owned restaurant at 518 River Road in Boerne. Delaplane formerly taught for the Culinary Institute of America for 20 years and was a chef at the Trellis Restaurant under Marcel Desaulniers ("Death by Chocolate" author). He has been working with owner and chef Denise Mazal at Little Gretel for about three months. Delaplane, a Midwest native and self-described "all-American corn boy" is collaborating with Mazal in creating new menu items to bring some Texan flavor to the bratwürst, sauerkraut, schnitzel-serving eatery. A Conversation With … Philip Delaplane, Little Gretel 05:14 PM What a Deal: Texas Hill Country Picnic at the Don Strange Ranch 10:10 AM


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