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 oversee them? Are they equals just doing different jobs with similar titles?
I am interviewing for the head Chefs job at a catering facility ...my 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 anyone that applies for a chefs job in uniform shows that he is about business and ready to work but thats just my opinion...
I am interested in becoming a Chef or Head Chef when older or even better a resturant owner but it would be good to know.
On the Friends episode - I'm pretty sure it's the one where Monica starts her new job as Head Chef at this fancy restaurant - she gets this stove... and she calls the burners something to do with spiders. What does she call them?
I recently turned in a resume to a job that I really want to get at a high scale restaurant. How long do you think I should wait to check back and show that I am interested without being a pest? When I turned in the resume I handed it to the head chef (the only one there) because unfortunately the owner was not there. He said he would be sure to get it to the owner who does the hiring. Do you think it would be insulting to the chef if I go back in right away to check to see if it was received?
I am 16 years old. I am never given any say in what happens in my life as cyfs and my caregiver(who is no relation make all the decisions) and i am ready to step out and do things by myself. I have a part time job which in the next month will become an apprenticeship as a chef giving me full time hours. I have found a flat to live in where there will be a responsible adult who is also the head chef at the restaurant i work at. does anyone know how to speed up this process as i am incredibly unhappy at home and do not think the caregiver I am with should even be allowed to be a caregiver. She allows the baby in foster care to play in her wn urine and pooey nappies and multiple other things. Its not a safe environment as we also have girls on bail coming in and out and they are constantly stealing my things and breaking into my outside bedroom
The head chefs that work at really expensive restaurant not just regular restaurant chefs! If you go to culinary school and everything?
To specify , I am talking about a cook not a head chef. I was wondering If you can work part time in a good restaurant not just a fast food chain. Answers from experienced cooks would be much appreciated. Thank you!!
I heard they start at 30 a hour and head chefs can make a 100 hr.
I was at the gas station down the road and i called my head chef a ballbuster because she is a huge b***h. But i went back to work and i was written up for that! is that legal?
I forgot to say that when i called her a ballbuster down the road i wasn't speaking to her. I was speaking to a friend and her girlfriend overheard me and then went to the head chef and complained therefore getting me written up. Is that legal?
I saw an offer on craigslist .Do you think the head chef will hire a 16 old with a work permit? i sound like kinda like it in my dreams because she have to go into patient rooms and you know how america restricts 16 year olds from anything but fast-food joints.I would love this job because im actually helping someone that really needs it and when people are in a hospital bed they like me better even when i put them there lol, jokeing
I'm doing an essay on whether or not food is art- and 1 of the things I would like to reference is sushi. I remember reading somewhere that in Japan it is quite a long process and training, and that to become head chef you would have to do jobs such as the 'rice fanner'. I would like some more information- and preferably links with please.
Is it perfectly acceptable to carry a notepad and pen and write down instructions on what to use and how much and when to cook etc when being taught by the head chef while at work? Even when its small and simple recipes?
Its just I sometimes get overwhelmed by instructions and lose pace when being shown how to do things. I think writing things down would help me a lot.
So in a busy resturant, what you think?
Well im 15 and have a job as a waitress in a nice hotel, my boyfriend needed a job and he would be useless waiting on so i have managed to get him an interview with the head chef for a kitchen job, however he has never had an interview and thought he could just wear jeans and a shirt, im going to his before to get him ready, but how can i get him to dress him smart without offending him?
I am searching for a Chinese Chef and would appreciate it if you can show me some sights or if you know any Chef from homeland China that is and willing to travel and become a head Chef...i would give more details later.thanks for your help.
I don't HAVE to call him "Chef So-and-so," but out of respect I'd like to. Is it "Chef First Name" or "Chef Last Name?" Thanks.
Chef Du Cuisine (Executive Chef/Head Chef)
What are the major duties of a chef du cuisine?
Hello everyone im planning on opening a restaurant and i dont know how much i should pay them
also i live in Toronto, Ontario so please give me Canadian rates
i need wages for
head chef helpers (i donno what there called)
I am thinking of starting my own business after my a-levels in corporate catering, offering quality food, marquees, events management, waiters, etc. I do not have any experience in this sector but i am told there is none needed, although i am not an experienceed in catering, i was hoping to be involved in the business side of things, and empoy a head chef to oversee the food preperations, and events manager to organise the events, etc, and myself to act as the managing director, is this venture viable?
I'm having a problem with someone at work. He's the head chef at the hotel I work at. I'm at front desk. Before xmas I had an allergic reaction to something from the kitchen and he was talked to about it by managment. He has never said anything to me about how I was feeling or if I was ok and showed no concern over the issue to me. I let it go. But yesterday, I took a cup of coffee from the coffee shop in the lobby without paying for it. The staff there let us take it. I got called into the office by 2 of the head managment and I got written up and they tried to force me to give them names of other people who do this and allow it but I didn't. Turns out the chef saw me take the coffee and ratted me out. He obviously has a problem with me steaming from before xmas or just has a stick up his ***. Should I confront him? I'm looking for a new job. They;re making me feel like a criminal over coffee and I deserve better. What's next with him? What should I do?