burning yourself :)
Pastry chefs don't necessarily 'love' baking. Some pastry chefs hate their jobs...
There is no standard collective noun for a group of pastry chefs. Since collective nouns are an informal part of language, any noun that suits the situation can function as a collective noun; for example a shift of pastry chefs, a crew of pastry chefs, a pride of pastry chefs, etc.
About 400,000 people are pastry chefs in the US
This is horrible grammar: It should be phrased as "WHO are some great pastry chefs?
Pastry chefs make 3 000 000 000$ a month
pastry chefs make mainly deserts and items dealing with a bakery.
there is always a need for chefs of any kind
Pastry Chefs get a lot of "bread". For example, in Orlando, Florida, the average annual salary is 52K.
Pastry jobs can be found in many different types of establishments. Many pastry chefs are employed by restaurants. Others in bakeries, catering companies, and coffee shops. Anywhere pastry may be sold there is a potential for a job.
Generally speaking, candy is made by a confectioner. However, pastry chefs also make confectionery items.
they have the responsibility of knocking u 1 if u dont do the job right
Pastry chefs that were creative.
Pastry Chefs make so much money because to them, their job isn't just a way to make money. With their nimible fingers, they raise what some might see as simple cooking to an art form. People admire those with such artistry and pay a lot for it. Plus, pastry is delicious!
"A Day in the Life of a Pastry Chef" is an excellent and very informative website on pastry chefs. Culimary school and an on the job apprenticeship are needed to become a pastry chef. http://www.hcareers.com/us/resourcecenter/tabid/306/articleid/288/default.aspx
Assistant pastry chefs earn on the low end of the salary scale at about $25,000 to start. On the upper end are executive pastry chefs earning about $80,000 per year.
the disadvantage of pastry chefs are not to bur pastry's because it will not taste right.
No. They are different.
Louisana State University offers an excellent culinary program. They have programs for pastry chefs as well.
Many pastry chefs learn their skills on the job. However, there are some vocational schools that offer a program for bakers that may satisfy your needs.
Pastry chefs must work in a kitchen. The kitchen must always remain sanitary. The workplace will often be crammed and stressful. This job requires a lot of work time. A pastry chef works mainly on weekends and at night.
5.15 an hour plus tips.