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    Episode 32: Willem Schaafsma

    First aired: Tuesday, 8 March 2016 at 18.24 hours

    Willem Schaafsma's owner and head cook of Endless restaurant in Leeuwarden. "We only work with products from the region and use all the features."

    But it also speaks koksvak him enormously. "There is no nine to five mentality. We are not finished until the last guest is gone." Schaafsma learned as an intern in the kitchen what it is to work only with fresh products. He soon decided that he wanted to start his own. "I got a loan from the bank."

    Friesland
    Friesland, according Schaafsma the best province to work as a cook. "Everything you need to grow and flourish there." His staff gets the cook of the region and gives cooking lessons to victims of violence. "These are win-moments here I get energy from." And he likes to teach a little eaters: why we eat some products and not others? "Friesians eat clams for example, almost never or only a small part of a sheep." Endless looks also not aware of a luxury restaurant, says Schaafsma. "It's fresh and relatively simple. As raw mackerel, which is the tuna from the low countries."

    Website: www.restauranteindeloos.nl/
    Facebook: Willem Schaafsma


    About this program:

    N Channel TV is het onine videokanaal vol gesprekken met ondernemende mensen uit Noord Nederland. We doen dit vanuit de passie om jou het verhaal achter de ondernemer te vertellen en je mee te nemen in de ontwikkelingen in de regio.

    N Channel 's business program of interviews with people from the media , politics, education and business. Theme: Entrepreneurship, innovation , media , sustainability , creativity, money and career.

    She is there for professionals who are passionate about their work and are actually interested. That 'connected his ' media understand it and make their own choices. Professionals who demand speed and real- time news and information need of depth, interpretation , backgrounds and perspectives from the region.