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    Culinary Arts Career Path

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    You might think that Culinary Arts is just one type of career choice but it’s just a small window to different career paths. Some careers involving culinary arts are: Baking and Pastry Arts, Catering, Executive Chef, Personal Chef, and Wine Sommelier. As similar as they are there are huge differences between them. Baking and Pastry Arts deals with baked goods and pastries. That means you’d have to become a baker or Pastry Chef. Annually they can make from $21,115 to $31,263. An executive chef is very different from another other type of chef. Their job is to make sure that their staff has what they need and are executing their jobs perfectly. Executive chefs carry the most responsibilities from inventory to budget control to developing new recipes. They make from $45,367 to $101,575 but they require at least 7 years of…

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    My First Culinary Competition I never thought I would ever be good enough to do it alone... but I underestimated myself. I had gone through three years of culinary arts thinking I could never be good enough to compete in the competitions. Everyone supported me: my teachers, my friends, and most of all, my parents. It took three years of culinary arts, iron chef, and convincing from everyone around me for me to be confident enough to participate in a competition and realize I had a true talent.…

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    Career Narrative The career I’d like to get into is culinary arts. Though I have some other careers that would be equal to this one, I chose to do this one because cooking is exciting. Growing up with just my mom I got to experience on hand things. Whether it was handing her spices or stirring the pot. With this career, my goal is to learn in depth details of cooking and knowing my way around the kitchen. I’d like to have this as a career because you’re supposed to have a job that you love.…

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    The culinary world goes far beyond following steps to make a plate. When I was younger, I thought that this business was made up of dishwashing jobs and working long hours in the kitchen in order to pay bills. Little did I know that it was a whole other world filled with imagination and flavors that can only be created with dedication and passion. When cooking is done the right way, senses are opened up, cultures are brought to reality, and the true beauty of flavors are enlightened with every…

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    The Purpose Of Joshua Cook

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    I am Joshua Harry, a student currently enrolled at College of the Ozarks. I am currently in my junior year of college, and as such I have firmly decided upon a major that fits my desire to serve the Lord and my community. My major is Culinary Arts, or the study and practice of preparing food, so that it provides needed nutrition, tastes good, is pleasant to view, and above all, is safe to consume. Cooking has always been a major part of my life, and because of this, I have decided to dedicate my…

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    will tell you what you are." quoted by Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin French Lawyer, a politician, and then gained fame as epicure and gastronome. I do not know how to cook my own meals 9 years ago before I met my husband and his family. My husband and his sister are a Certified Professional Chef's and his mom is a brilliant home cook. My 2016 New Year Resolution was to cook/bake more food so, in order to start there are steps to accomplish this Prep, cook, and clean. Mise en Place is a French…

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    Chef Research Papers

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    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. Choosing a career in the culinary arts usually begins with “an interest in food, but it does not end there” (J.M.Bedell…

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    Alice Waters: Chef -Author, and Her Contributions to the World of Culinary Arts Sustenance through food is an ongoing evolution. Hunters and gathers fed themselves through a nomadic existence, but as these individuals domesticated animals and began farming, communities evolved, thus the first exchanges in food products and styles in cookery arose. Throughout the decades that have followed, there are many notable personages, who influenced the evolution of food. They range from Boulanger with…

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    What else is required to become an accomplished chef? Learn as much as you can during your interaction with chefs and teachers. Be attentive during practical lessons as you can pick up techniques by observing and listening, that you might not find in any book. In jobs where you need to work with your hands there is nothing like getting hands-on training. Internships are an excellent way of honing your skills. It lets you watch actual chefs at work; you can learn techniques and master the art,…

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    Alton Brown Essay

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    family moved to Georgia where he spent the rest of his childhood. Brown learned to cook by watching his mother and grandmother while they prepared food. Before becoming a chef, he studied film in the University of Georgia. Brown wanted to start his own cooking show so he moved to Montpelier, Vermont. There, he went to the New England Culinary Institute and trained. This was the beginning of his culinary career. Brown started by writing his first book. It was titled, Good Eats: The Early Years.…

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