Outside ideas of right doing and wrong doing there is a field.
I'll meet you there…

Jalaluddin Rumi (1207–17 December 1273)

The Kitchen

The Kitchen stands at the heart of Chisholme, and the preparation, cooking and serving of food, both as a practical matter and as a metaphor for personal development, is at the heart of the education. From the freshly baked bread, the bountiful garden produce and the locally sourced meat, the food at Chisholme is something everyone can enjoy.

Bulent Rauf (1911-1987), was a renowned chef and author of the Turkish section in Robert Carrier's 1967 classic Great Dishes of the World. He trained many of the kitchen managers at Chisholme and his influence is felt in the principles of attention to provenance, bringing out the best from the available ingredients, cooking with artistry, and the treatment of every meal, however humble, as an occasion.
Read Bulent's Notice to Cooks.