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1 answers - Asked By: popcorn - 10/17/2008
I am definitely going to culinary school to be a chef. i want to be an executive chef but no culinary school has a program that says be an executive chef, haha. any tip or advice would be appreciated....
6 answers - Asked By: Katherine - 2/2/2010
12 answers - Asked By: Mike B - 5/15/2007
I run a 10 million property and do little cooking. I'm looking for a high paying job other than culinary with less stress and not having to work 11 to 12 hour days.
1 answers - Asked By: Kevin - 9/6/2011
I plan on attending a communtiy college for two years on chef training and cuinary managment. I want to eventually be a executive chef at a 4 or 5 star restaurant. Does a executive chef make enough ...
1 answers - Asked By: Brandon - 3/12/2012
I have been lookin everywhere for ajob desciption, and everywhere i look, the sites make me think a cook and a chef is different, so if that it the case, what is the job description for a chef!!,, an...
1 answers - Asked By: Sloth - 8/31/2009
First of all how long did you know you wanted to be a chef? How is it like being a chef? How long did it take you to become an Exec. Chef? What are the work conditions? What do you most like about...
2 answers - Asked By: CHEF - 10/14/2007
My bf has been a chef for over 20 years and he's excellent with his culinary skills. However, his time in the restaurant (sports bar) is never consistent with normal hours and off days. I know that ...
2 answers - Asked By: Kami - 7/31/2007
I heard that you need to work your way up the ladder in the culinary industry. I know a Sous Chef makes the food but i heard executive chefs does not mainly cook and mainly does more of organizing the...
4 answers - Asked By: Reesecups. - 12/6/2009
I need to hire and Executive chef and a Dining room Manager, i will be interviewing them on the phone what are some interviewing questions i could ask them?
1 answers - Asked By: i like to run. - 4/23/2007
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1 answers - Asked By: James B - 11/28/2011
Is it worth it to go to a big university just to become a chef? what kind of lifestyle can i expect to live?
5 answers - Asked By: ?????? - 9/24/2008
1 answers - Asked By: - 8/28/2009
I plan on attending the Culinary Institute of America. Would you recommend getting an associates or bachelors degree. Would paying the extra two years for the bachelors pay off in the long run? I plan...
8 answers - Asked By: Sam A - 10/18/2008
In Hells Kitchen this week the winners met the Executive Chef of the resturant they will be Head Chef at. So what is the difference between them? Does the Executive Chef report to them? Does He ove...
1 answers - Asked By: Capt Crasher - 11/18/2010
Can anyone tell me what is the exact qualification to become successful pastry chef, is there any difference between executive chef ?
3 answers - Asked By: Noufy F - 8/27/2007
I am looking to become an Executive chef, the closest college where i live, has this course available. i am wondering if this job is "family friendly" i really would like to have kids one day and i wo...
2 answers - Asked By: Mrs.Durossndamaken - 4/9/2010
Im thinking about becoming a chef when i grow up. I know you have to start out small. I want to know the kinds of chefs. I know that the executive chef,or head chef is the highest position. I want to...
1 answers - Asked By: Ashley - 11/6/2012
I am interviewing for the head Chefs job at a catering facility last job I was an Executive Chef. I have some really nice chefs uniforms but I don't want to make the wrong impression. I believe ...
8 answers - Asked By: Clara - 11/29/2007
I really want to go to culinary school to become a pastry chef. I'm in love with sweets, I'm creative, determined, as patient. But is it worth it?
3 answers - Asked By: Damianna Morgan - 1/25/2013
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