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2 answers - Asked By: dumara70 - 8/2/2007
So i start next week. I have no cooking experience at as a matter of fact. The place I'm working for sait it's no problem. Its just a normal everyday dine in restaurant like Fridays or Kel...
5 answers - Asked By: Jesse - 7/31/2007
"DISNEY CRUISE LINE 71 Martins Way, Bedford MK42 0LF, United Kingdom +44703 591 7160. We want to use this medium to inform you that vacancies are now on for the under-listed job. Do let us know ...
3 answers - Asked By: - 11/5/2012
It's a family dining restaurant, not a fast food joint. No experience is required but I would like to come off as competent as well as have an idea what I'm doing. What kind of interview questions s...
2 answers - Asked By: - 7/24/2012
1 answers - Asked By: droplette - 10/27/2007
Kyriaki Greek Eatery just opened up and we are im need of line cooks.We are doing great but we need extra hands in the back. Great staff and family owned. Great location. Start soon!
1 answers - Asked By: - 8/14/2011
I am a cook and i love it the foul mouth talking the yelling the women the music and the food. I also love to show some "moves" in a kitchen. I think i love it because im free when i cook and work in ...
5 answers - Asked By: Chef - 5/5/2009
He has two jobs as a line cook in a resturant he tells me he wants me to mary him someday and he loves me with allk his heart but i havent seen him in like two months shud i leave him dont know what t...
3 answers - Asked By: - 4/12/2013
I am 17 yrs old and about to be 18 and I am wanting to get a job at bonefish grill as a line cook, is it possible I can get that job? they are hiring and I also considered a prep cook and is it hard w...
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2 answers - Asked By: - 2/20/2012
Iike to fine a job for a line cooked i like cooking and i'm good at what i do. think you.
1 answers - Asked By: Carolyn A - 1/3/2009
I want to take my skills to the next level and do REAL cooking. Basically I want to become a chef or head chef. How do I acheive this? I am assuming I need to go to culinary school, but how can I b...
2 answers - Asked By: sunscour - 6/10/2008
Is there a website?
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4 answers - Asked By: - 1/17/2013
Hello to all. I have chance to be a line cook in a upscale restaurant. But the problem is I don't have the experience in upscale restaurant .But I have experience in cooking in a commercial kitchen an...
3 answers - Asked By: - 3/3/2013
I'm 23 and haven't had many jobs. Until very recently, I lived in a rural area where the nearest town that had places to work was about an hour away by car, and since I don't own a car, it was hard. ...
1 answers - Asked By: - 7/22/2012
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3 answers - Asked By: - 6/27/2009
High volume saute/grill/prep=the ad in the paper is this job a general high stress nightmare?
1 answers - Asked By: CuriousKat - 5/25/2008
I just got hired as a line cook at a steakhouse. I have some in home experience but nothing compared to working with others in a kitchen at a restaurant. I fully expect it to be the hardest job I have...
2 answers - Asked By: Andrew L. - 8/8/2010
There's a small restaurant/bar that's hiring line cooks and I think they offer training. I have never gone to culinary school but I have been cooking all my life, took cooking classes in high school, ...
1 answers - Asked By: Amethyzt Moon - 4/7/2010
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