I want to move to germany in the next one or two years. I was just wondering how do i look for over there. I want to be pointed in the right direction on what resorts or hotels i should look at for a cooking job. Am a young cook who wants to get as much learning experinse and am germany born myself. So if anyone knows what places to look for it would be great.
I have a little experience in industrial kitchens but I want a cooking job at a restaurant. What is the best way to find one and where should i be looking?
I'm wondering what Marines Corps cooks job descriptions are and if it is anything like Army and How does Marine Corps Artillery work and why are they called "Infantillery".
Thinking of applying for a line cook job but was wondering if you start at 10:00 or if its earlier? Also is full time available for line cooks?
I have worked at 2 other cooking jobs before... so im experienced.. just not through macaroni grill... its new and located on an army base here in germany and is expected to be very busy
I am thinking of my future and I was thinking of maybe becoming a cook for a resturaunt. I also want to know how long do I neeed to be in college to get into a cooking job. What do I do?
I want a cooking job like going to culinary school and the whole 9 yards but is there a certain name for a chef that specializes with meat? If so can you go to college specifically for that type of chef?
I heard that a lot of women like men who can dance. They also like men who can take care of them selfs (cooking, jobs, washing etc)
What else is there?
I used to be a computer programmer who got laid off several years ago and have been unable to get back in the industry. In the meantime I have found the love of my life -- cooking! Now I want to try to getting cooking jobs . . . nothing to fancy, just a normal cook job. Unfortunately going to school to get a certificate isn't an option and all my experience cooking is for my family, who love it btw, but I have no real professional experience. Any ideas??
I work in a high school life skills classroom. The kids learn real life skills such as cooking, job preparation, community skills, and communication. The school has never had a whole lot of money in the budget for the things we need such as money for us to go out into the community, ride public transporation, grocery shopping, etc. With recent budget cuts we now have to rely on parent donations which can be difficult for many of out students parents.
What organizations can I write to or contact in an effort to get some kind of donation for our class?
I work for the Army as a civilian and make great money. However, I hate my job as an electronics technician. Im 35 and dont wanna go back to school, besides i still have loans out. Its considered the best job in my area for my field. But the long hours at my work bench thinking i could be doing something better get to me. I went from $20K a year to $65K a year. Do i just grin and bear it, or do something i love and have nothing to show for? For instance i wanna be a studio drummer, but ill be poor until i make connections, and even then its a gamble. I also love to cook but every cooking job i had pays $9 an hour if im lucky. The point is i dont wanna waste my talents for the almighty dollar but it seems to be goin that way for me.. What to do!!!!
When 9/11 happened, lots of libs and Democrats said 9/11 was an inside job when it was s a known fact that it was a terrroist attack. These guys became the new Democratic party which Obama is in charge of. Also all of the men in the Democratic party are child molesters.
However, when Republicans question blatantly cooked jobs reports, then libs attack us for being "truthers" or whatever.
I cook rather well and fast and i know how to portion out food per person, but ive never had an actual cooking job other than a little catering here and there, so i was wondering if i applied for a cook II position would i even qualify? i also have my saftey and sanitation certificate
I am currently living in edmonton alberta and am planning on movong to vancouver. i plan on gettting a cooking job untill i can go back to my normal job. all i know is that i am going to get a enough money for two months rent and that should give me time to find a job... i dont have much stuff to move i can take all of it on a plane. is there anything else i should do or know about moving to vancouver?
We're pretty young, but we have lived in ME for our entire lives.
I'm looking to attend college for Biology.
My fiance is currently working as a cook, and is looking to eventually go to school for that.
Until then, he would like to have a cooking job, but nothing huge.
We're small town kids, we're not looking for the country or the city, somewhere in the middle would be nice.
Near the ocean, on either coast.
Factors to consider, safety in the community, rent prices, available employment
Im a level 7 cook in free realms and i want to know what is a fast way to gain levels. Right now all im doing is cooking the meals i know how to and harvesting food. Is there something else i can do to help increase my level.??
Hi I am thinking about joining I have 8 years exp in culinary field but wanting to get a better rewarding carrier in cooking for Navy. I was wondering does culinary spec have to attend basic boot camp if so what is involved in training and also how fast is promotion in Culinary spec department average cooking job is 3 months. any and all info would be great thanks.
I am wondering where to look for a seasonal cook job starting in May. I will be graduating from Culinary school then and am looking to travel.
Ive already begun by applying to cruise ships. Now I am wondering what resorts and lodges etc may be hiring for the summer.
And if you know of some for the winter seasonal as well id like to know for future reference, but right now im looking to apply for summer employment. Thanks to all
Hi. I have a friend from high school who, for some reason, decided to join the Navy. At first I was really concerned about what kind of job she'll get because I'm worried she might get hurt somewhere down the road. However, before she enlisted, she took some culinary classes at a college. So with that, I'm wondering if there's anyone out there in the Navy who knows how jobs go, and if my friend will be getting a cooking job or something. The military wouldn't assign someone a random that doesn't meet their skills, would they?
I have been cooking for 13 years,i am 32 years old,i have a culinary art degree.I am a great cook.