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Culinary Arts Careers

There are several career paths in culinary arts. Some are more business related, whereas other are more hands on with the food. Chefs, food prep workers, and service managers are all jobs to be explored in this field.
measurements Chef's have to be able to scale up or scale down the amount of a recipe that they make. They also have to be able to work out how much they need to make if they change the size of the tin they with to bake something in. There is a system called the Baker's Percentage, which makes...
To start, you need to know how to cook and have a degree of talent for it. It's not essential, but it may also help a chef's career to be a graduate of a culinary school. You not only learn to make all the dishes that will be expected of a chef but you can also make connections in the industry.
  == culinary arts is the best job you could ever get in ther job industry today ==
you can learn how to make wonerful food and learn how to make healthful or hurtful foods around the world
Well, being a chef is sort of in between because not a lot of people go ut to eat at "high-class" restaurants anymore, although you might be more successful with fast-food restaurants.
Chefs use measurements constantly when they are working. They  measure things to make sure they use the correct amounts in recipes  so that the food comes out right.
If you were good in Chemistry in High School, you will have a better chance at being a great recipe developer.The science of food is the science of chemistry.Check out Harald McGees book "On Food and Cooking".If you understand WHY something works, than you can apply these circumstances to something...
well you wanna know the truth it really all depends on were you get a job and how much you get payed per hour! if you get a job at a crappy place like McDonald's than you probably isn't going to get payed much but if you get one at say Red Lobster or somewhere like that than you might get payed more...
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I work with a few executive chefs that have never been to culinary school,but got their positions based on years of great experience.A degree would certainly help you get the job faster,but its really the experience that counts.
The job requires a lot of responsibility and leadership plus years of culinary training but if you are up to it and you love working with food and people then give it try because there are a lot of restaurants in this world.
it is if you have the right education. good luck! :)
depends on what they are offering...anywhere from $20/hr to $150/hr for managing/cooking a catered event
Some elements of the chef's uniform date back to the 16th century (the toque and white jacket). Today, Solid black, houndstooth or chalkstripe patterns for elastic waist pants are most popular. Jackets come in a variety of colors, styles and fabrics to suit your preference. A white jacket with cloth...
I was a Chef for about 7 years, here are some of the hazards I experianced, sharp knives and hot pans caused minor cuts and burns to fingers, oven doors being left open caused bruised shins as I walked into them, you can get stressed when everybody wants feeding at the same time, and finally your...
Depends on the Culinary School. The one i taught , we had a two year course.
There are several culinary arts schools in Ohio. The following cities have such programs. The number in parenthesis indicates the number of schools. Vermilion (1), Columbus (3), Chesterland (3), Mason (1), Canton (1), Cincinnati (4), Goshen (1), Westlake (1)
I think that asking smart questions like that is a great idea. but seriously I don't know so don't worry about it and let me handle it
I personally have not heard of a doctorate in culinary arts. This is not to say there are no individuals who have a PhD in a related field. I know there have been individuals who have received an honorary doctorate from various institutions for the excellent work and promotion of the art.
Probably many! One that has expressed some dislike for vegetarians on his shows is the famous celebrity chef Gordan Ramsey
  You need to know about every thing surrounding the preparation of food. how to run a kitchen a restaurant food hygiene. employee relations kitchen accounts and much more.
Nigella Lawson is a television chef who shares her name - Nigella - with a spice.
You need to be : Light hearted : able to maintain you engry
Chef Gusteau in Ratatouille was based on Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Cousteau was a French naval officer, explorer, scientist, ecologist, author, photographer, and filmmaker. He studied the sea.
Because it is necessary to gather everything that is need before you begin cooking. the french have a name for it Mis en Place
yes they do all the time
You can obtain this information by going to www.collegeboard.com/splash/ and using the sites College MatchMaker search engine, or you can also click on the related links below which will take you directly to the site . You can research colleges and universities by name, or by programs of study, or...
A good number of art schools in general (whether it be culinary, performing, visual, et cetera) Offer workshops where teenagers attending high schools can go in and do some of the things that the graduates/undergraduates are doing in class while in college. Not all colleges/high schools participate...
Chefs must continually innovated the menu offerings and keep costs down. They must order from the warehouses for ingredients months in advance in order to get the best produce and meats. They also fix and clean up all the kitchen appliances at the end of each evening shift.
A famous Chef that invented spagetti.
  30k+, french brigade system has died long time ago. because of fast food franchises offering tastier and cheaper food. but if you get trusted by manager you will get paid 20$ at least/hr
you could be at least when your parents let you start or when u want to be a professional chefThere are no age limits , but there are minimum age requirements. the Culinary School I taught a student had to be 18, but you should graduate high school, try searching Culinary Schools.
Usually at a place like mcdonalds its min wage.Places like chilies 20 an hour, and nice places up to 75 an hour.
Con Agra recalled cheese ravioli 2/12/02 as a soy protein not labeled could have made anyone sick if allergic to soy products.
Aprons are used to protect the chef's coat from getting contaminated by food. The apron should not be used for drying hands after they have been washed as this is a sanitation violation. The apron should also not be used to wipe dirty hands or for handling hot equipment, a side towel should be used...
A Chef do considered as the heart of an establishment, big organisation need to serve their guests with a proper meal. e.g. Hotels, Corporate Companies, School etc. employees need to be fed. It is also one of the major attraction of customer and income for businesses.
A kitchen porter refers to a person who is employed by the kitchen  owner to wash dishes and carry out other duties.
Well, because they dont want the smell of cigerettes going on the food... you know what i mean? Hmm?
a chefs envirment is usually a kitchens at a restaurant
Median annual wage/salary of chefs are about $40,000. Top 10% make more than $65,000/year.
Yes.Go to:http://www.baker.edu/programs/area/culinary/
Julia Child attended Le Cordon Blue cooking school at age 37.
The best way is to go to a scholarship search engine like Sallie Mae Fund or School Soup. There, you can narrow your search to culinary arts.
Responsible for all sautéed items and their sauce. Prepares fish dishes as well as appropriate sauces. Prepares hot appetizers and often prepares the soups, vegetables, pastas and starches. Accountable for menu design and maintenance, recipe specifications, and food cost control (portioning)....
i want to be a chef i need to know what traits you need to be one
Chef G.Garvin(Gerry Garvin)was born in 1978.
Grillardin is French for "grill chef". Within a restaurant establishment the Grillardin will produce all grilled foods to meet the menu's needs.
the jobs will be plentiful in the future years
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There are lots of specific fields you could enter, for example you could become a pastry chef. There's a job for almost every field of cooking, especially in the fancier restaurants. But there's also jobs at companies that make frozen meals, you figure out what works and how to make it better. You...
This depends entirely on WHERE they work, how many HOURS they work, and the REGION in which they work... Chefs can make anywhere from $12.00 an hour, to upwards of $45.00 per hour...Just as with any other profession, you get out of it what you put into it...If you're willing to work really hard, you...
There are over 1,000,000 chefs in usa
There can be any number and as many as a hundred. Originally, they represented the number of ways an egg can be prepared. Now they've come to mean how experienced the chef is (more folds equal more experience). But there is no rule on how many folds. It's more a personal choice of design.
And the glory, and whatever job might become of it, it is like asking is that all you get on Come Dine With Me is £1,000, it's the chance of going on tv.
a person certified chef is someone who has had at least 3 hours of cooking experience, and at least one full year of being a personal chef. you need a high school diploma or GED plus 50 hours of outside training.. you also need 30 hours of nutrition, 30 food safety and sanitation (need servsafe),...
Prepare and cook well balanced meals.
You work your way up through experience and education in that field.
You also need to LOVE food just like Chloe Scrivener!!!   She Ate19 Peices Of Chicken On Saturday in KFC In Norwich!!!! xx   And she spilt coke all over Office because isqueezed the bottle!! xxx
One of the primary reasons of success of culinary arts is the fact that this profession is suitable for both male and females. There is a very rapid growth of this profession and is quite likely that it would become the highest seeking profession very soon. As the demand has increased, culinary arts...
As a "professional" cook, I have found the best experience to be just that - experience! Formal school training is OK, but you may find that within the food industry, most cooks have learned by seat of the pants from other cooks. Cheffing is a little different since you would more than likely...
Being a chef gives you the opportunity to be creative. If you are good at cooking, you will earn lots of money and will become more known in the world. You will never run out of recipes to make, and your math skills will improve. (Measuring ingredients, counting calories and others...) Also, you...
three or more years of culinary classes.
  Yes and no. This depends on your location (country, city, state, province, territory), who is performing the reimbursement (if anyone), and what the tuition is for.   Please be more specific.
Chefs need cooking skills so they can cook well
the current ratio is roughly 5-1 in Britain
a chef works in a restaurant and a private chef works at your household and only cooks for you
There are many advantages to being a chef. One is that, as long as you are skilled, you will always be able to find work. Many professions cannot say that. There is also a definite sense of accomplishment after each day, which is another thing that many professions do not have. You will be able to...
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go to a culanary arts school
it takes a lot of work to practice and to go to college a lot lot lot! and u will become a master chef.
If you love to cook its fun since you learn new recipes
    Yes, it's real meat, what does it look like a bananna? Open your senses, they can help you answer simple questions such as these!
You've got your One Chef, your Sous-Chef, your Red Chef, and your Blue Chef. No seriously, here are the different kinds: Chef de cuisine, executive chef and head chef Sous-chef ExpediterChef de partieCommis (Chef)For more, check out the "Chef" article on Wikipedia.
  It would depend on where you're a Chef. If it's a restaurant that's open year-round, then you have a year-round job. If you cook at a ski resort that's only open for business in the winter, then you have a seasonal job.
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go in the kitchen click on the chef and he will tell you that you need to memorize something and if you memorize it you be a chef. then the other guy will ask you to fill his glass. the glass has a fingerprint on it that you will need to use later. anyway go back in the kitchen go to the ceiling...
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Chef de cuisine, executive chef and head chef - This person is in charge of all things related to the kitchen which usually includes menu creation; management, scheduling and payroll of entire kitchen staff; ordering; and plating design.Sous-chef - The Sous-Chef de Cuisine (under-chef of the kitchen...
  == Answer ==   The Culinary Institute in Hyde Park, NY is generally considered the #1 culinary school , with Johnson and Wales coming in right behind. There are several regional schools that are also very good.
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No. You need to go to a community college. Not a university.
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