Im planning on being a pastry chef.
i was wondering if applebees and any other restaurants like that have pastry chefs?
i want to get a job there as a waittress and work my way up, get a inside look on the pastry chef job at the same time. atm im still looking into other resturants and places i can work at that close by my house that have to do with pastry n what not.
Hi! So I'm nervous because I was just i guess hired for a pastry chef position at a restaurant. The thing is I usually bake for fun once in a while. I'm scared because I really don't know much about how ingredients work together or anything. I just need a job. How can I be good at this or how should I look at this "opportunity"?
I'm writing a research paper about being a baker and pastry chef and can't find any jobs that are similar.
I am going to school to be a pastry chef, but, I am a little concern about the job opportunities for this occupation. Will I have a hard time looking for a job once I finnish school?
My wife is thinking of taking a patisserie course & becoming a pastry chef.
At the same time, we’re also planning on having a baby, and when I talk to others about becoming a pastry chef, all I hear is about the long & weird working hours, the hard physical work standing all day in a hot & stuffy room, the pressure of getting everything perfect, and to top it off - the low pay esp. for starters. Is this all true? Other than these hardships, what are the rewards of this job?
I'm going into highschool and the school is able to give us suggestions for classes for what we want to be when we enter "the real world" And on the application thing mentioning a bunch of jobs, it says both baker and pastry chef. I've always thought they were the same thing. And for nearly three years I've wanted to be a baker, but I'm not sure whether or not I want to be a baker or pastry chef, because I dont know the difference. Thank you for any answers
well If I want to open a bakery, then would I be a pastry chef?
I want to know what qualifications I need to become a pastry chef, so I'm able to have a good job when I'm older and be able to earn a living. And so I know what qualifications i need in order to decide if i need to go to uni
The college I'm looking to go to has a program but I'm not sure if it's for a Pastry Chef. The program is called Culinary Arts, which I would think that's more of just a regular Chef. What program/degree would I need to get to become a Pastry Chef? My goal is to either get a job working at a bakery or open my own with my sister, making all kinds of sweets.
I'm 16 years old and I want to go to college for Culinary and Fashion Design. I want to be an Accessories Designer and have my own Cosmetic, Fragrance and Handbag Line. And I want to be a Pastry Chef also. I only know how to bake, Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Brownies and Bars and Puddings and different kinds of Fruit Deserts. Can I still become a Pastry Chef?
Since I have no clue where to start, which one should I do first? I'm so confused. Also, What are some good ideas or books to check out at the library since I'm kind of a Beginner in Culinary. How much money will I make doing these two(I'm just curious to know) These are two jobs that I would really like to do.
I dreamed for 7 years to be a pastry chef chef with a business of my own and i go t college that doesn't have pastry and baking and then decide to do graphic design and I'm a very creative person . I feel liek being a good baker and a graphic designer would be good jobs for me. part time baker ,part time graphic designer. Im 22 btw and almost at my 4th year of college by spring 2014/ hows that sound?
I'm just wondering,.. I'm doing a project based on my future and I want to become a culinary pastry chef. But I'm only 15 and I'm blank as to what I need to do.
How many years does it take to complete?
What are career options that are available to someone who has completed the course?
Could someone please tell me if being a pastry chef is a good job or is it very stressful?
Being a pastry chef, specifically a cake decorator is my DREAM job. BUT- im a bit skeptical because i don't think they make enough money to be comfortable. I don't want big money or anything, just enough to not be scraping by.
Besides opening your own Business, where would you typically get a job as a pastry Chef?
I want to become a pastry chef but have experience in cooking. I've seen a lot of people learning how to cook at a young age. Probably starting from grade school. Is it to late to start learning and still be successful in the culinary world? I'm in my last year of high school ready.
I have no restaurant experience, but I've been hired to be a pastry chef (they were mainly impressed by my portfolio and interview, which is why I got the job). What should I watch out for? What should I be aware of? What are some tips I should be aware of?
Thanks in advance. I'm excited and nervous!
My brother is a pastry chef - well he graduated from baking and pastry - and I wanted to know if they're any events for pastry chefs?
I want to be a pastry chef so badly when im older. As of right now i taking classes to help me with baking and stuff. But after highschool what should i do? I want to be proffesional and work on the top line. Im ready to work as hard as i have to. This is what i really want to do im sure of it. So where should i start?
I've been majoring in Biology for a while but I've always wanted to become a pastry chef and make some beautiful desserts. However, I'm very amateur when it comes to baking, and I mostly follow recipes all the time. I'm trying to enter a culinary program but I'm scared that I'll just be a joke compared to other students.
Like working in hotels or country clubs or catering making pastries, wedding cakes, and bakery items and such. how do you get started in that field? are there decent jobs? were are the best places to work? Is it totally dumb? i dont want to end up homeless and unemployed. Do you need college for that and if so like what would you take? are there any pastry chefs out there?
I want to be a cake decorator.
I live in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
What is the difference between a cake decorator and a pastry chef?
Is there an apprenticeship for a cake decorator or should I do an apprenticeship as a pastry chef and just look for work in bakery's that specialize in cake decorating?
How long is a pastry chef apprenticeship?
Do I have to do a pre apprenticeship?