Chef Rob Rainford, on 'Cooking Moments'
"Having the pleasure of working beside some of Canada's top
chefs in the Cooking Moments kitchen was great! Getting to see the
dish from other angles other than your own is fascinating to me.
I'll tell you - the charge of energy that you get from that
environment is just awesome. Being in the kitchen is a stressful
job but getting to work beside your peers is an experience everyone
who has the honour of wearing the chef whites gets to have every
day in a professional kitchen."
Robert Rainford is a Canadian chef with a world renowned
reputation. Born in Saint Andrew Parish, Jamaica November 30, 1966,
Rainford moved to Canada with his family when he was three.
Rainford enrolled in culinary school at George Brown College in
1994 and after completing his formal training, began his
After hosting License to Grill seen on Food Network
Canada, Discovery Home in the U.S., Asian Food Channel across Asia
and now in syndication Rainford has spent the last two years
quietly perfecting his signature style "The Rainford Method" and is
now preparing to unveil his new brand to the world.
With two new television shows in the works and having just
signed a book deal with the Toronto based publishing house Key
Porter Books the future looks bright for this talented Chef.
"I have just signed on with new management and we seem to be moving
pretty fast out of the gate…next will be a new line of sauces which
I am working on right now…it's all moving along very well"
Don't be mistaken by Rob's success. Even though he's seen on
television around the world on "License To Grill" and has cooked in
some of the finest establishments, he feels that as a chef he's
"always on a perpetual learning curve", and is humbled by the
talent around him. Now an instructor at his Alma Mater George Brown
College, he is sharing his knowledge as a world class Chef with the
Chefs of tomorrow, Robert L Rainford is beginning to hit his stride
and is very thankful for the opportunity to continually uncover the
mystery that is food.