What is the difference between going to school for pastry and baking, and culinary arts?

What are the job descriptions, how long would you have to go to school and how much do they make?

Asked By: lala - 7/27/2009
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I am a former chef and the 2 course vary in that the B&P course deals with baking and pastry, math, business management and the concepts of the pastry trade... More
Answered By: The Unknown Chef - 7/28/2009
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sounds like culinary arts is more general its prolly better to go for this until u find what you really like to cook in time if u think u really want to major in pastry and baking to improve ur skills than do it but right now do culinary arts so u will be exposed to it all
Answered By: HOPE FOR THE BEDDER - 7/27/2009
I recently had that question answered while talking with a representative from the Texas Culinary Academy (a program of Le Cordon Bleu... More
Answered By: txofficer2005 - 7/27/2009
Culinary Arts is the professional term used to describe working with food. Pastry and baking are part of culinary arts. How long you have to go to school and how much you can make depends on what avenue you take, the demand for your services, your level of expertise, and your reputation as you grow in the industry... More
Answered By: jobbend - 7/27/2009
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