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  • Summary: Executive Chef

    Organizational Chart Job Description Executive Chef Culinary chef at the top of the hierarchy in a kitchen. They are responsible for ordering supplies, recipe and menu creation, accounting, staffing, and cooking. Executive chefs are usually mentors for other chefs and must maintain a professional demeanor. Sous Chef Culinary chef below the executive or head chef. They are responsible for planning and directing food preparation. Managing the kitchen staff, scheduling, and some administrative duties are also part of this position. A sous chef reports directly to the executive or head chef. Bartender Prepares and serve drinks to customers. They are responsible for preparing drinks, operating a cash register, maintaining cleanliness of bar…

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  • Chef Research Papers

    you combine them that sets you apart.” -Wolfgang Puck. According to dictionary.com, a chef is someone who is a professional cook, typically the chief cooks in a restaurant or hotel. The word chef comes from the french term chef de cuisine, which means director or head of the kitchen. The profession is getting “much more acclaim and and media attention than ever before” (Susan Meyer 9). When going into the culinary arts and becoming a chef, there are different chef titles that one can become.…

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  • Station Chef Interview

    I interviewed the lady whom I usually am trained by, her name is Janice and she is a Station Chef at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel. She told me when she was a teenager, the world of work meant she could help pay rent and other family bills, which was one of the main reasons she began working. She began work as a dishwasher at age fourteen as she had experience in the kitchen, helping her mom cook. Janice said she didn’t want to be a cook and rather become a medical secretary. As she…

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  • Becoming A Chef Research Paper

    Some jobs require more than a degree or a diploma; they require a passion, and being a chef falls into that category. Anyone wanting to be a chef must be passionately in love with food, cooking and ingredients. Much like scientists they must be willing to experiment with ingredients and expand their creativity. However, these alone cannot make you a chef; you do need a degree or diploma in the field. Here is what you need to know about becoming a chef in India; right from chef courses…

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  • Yes Chef Book Report

    Yes, Chef The book Yes, Chef is about Marcus Samuelsson, who was born in Ethiopia and adopted by a middle-class white family in Sweden. The memoir, Yes, Chef talks the detail of Samuelsson's story. Marcus and his sister had a great childhood and a family who loved them who they are. Marcus raised in a country where almost all people are white, and he faced racism at a very young age when his classmates teased him and called him negerball, which is a type of black cookie. Mr. Samuelsson was an…

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  • The Naked Chef By Jamie Oliver

    Jamie Oliver is a British Chef who gained his broadcasted fame through the airing of his shows The Naked Chef and Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. He has written many indistinguishable cookbooks. Oliver’s Parents owned a restaurant in Clavering, Essex. Jamie lead his first job in London as the head pastry chef and later became the sous-chef at River Café. Because of his immense talent and skill in the kitchen, this sparked his fame on television. The Naked Chef simplifies the art of food…

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  • Executive Chef Research Paper

    About the Chef Mihoko Jones Executive Chef Growing up, I hadn’t realized that I wanted to be a chef. It took one meal from The French Laundry by Thomas Keller to inspire my passion. I was already an undergraduate student at Skidmore College when I decided to transfer to the Culinary Institute of America, where I completed an externship at Le Cirque under Daniel Boulud. After my graduation from the Culinary Institute, I did what many young chefs do. I moved to New York City with aspirations to…

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  • Essay On Chef Job Interview

    complete for the morning before you get started cooking the food for lunch.” The 6-foot-1-inch chef smiles and greets each person with a raspy “Good morning” and a friendly wave followed by a grim white smile on his face. He accepts his assignments and heads to the back of the…

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  • Auguste Escoffier: The King Of Chef

    All About “Auguste Escoffier” Auguste Escoffier, or as otherwise known as, “The King of Chefs” was born in Riviera town of Villeneuve-Loubet, France. He was born on October 28, 1846 and his career took off at the age of 12 when he entered into apprenticeship in his uncle’s restaurant. This vastly efficient and prominent Chef spent most of his life excelling in the cookery business and essentially making a name for himself. Primarily, at the age of 19 he started working at another…

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  • Narrative Essay About A Chef

    When I was once doing an internship at Jaleo in Washington D.C. I asked the head chef what makes a person a great chef and he told me “The chef that grew up with the grandma who cooks tends to always beat the chef that went to the culinary institute. It 's in the blood.” He was telling the truth I always wanted to be chef ever since I was 7 years old. The first time I ever cooked, I was 7 years old living in Los Angeles, California with my mom. One Saturday morning, I was hungry and my mom had…

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