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    being a chef some of their duties are to check the freshness of food, supervise the other employees and developing new recipes. The head chef is responsible for making sure every aspect of the kitchen is being ran smoothly, and functioning correctly. They also have many duties beyond the kitchen such as creating menus, review food and often training new comers. Sous chef is the second in command in a restaurant, they prepare meals, supervise the other chefs and they report back to the head chef in command

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    Essay on Culinary-Career-Path: A Pastry Chef

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    think it is a pastry chef. So what you hearing about are going to be about baking. First, you’re going to hear about educational requirements and recommendations. Second you’re going to hear about salary ranges and geographic effects and how many hours required each week and what is a typical day like in this career when you reach the career goal. Third you’re going to hear about what skills and sets are required. Then you’re going to hear about how I define success in the career option. Lastly fun

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    nice to create tasty meals and have new ideas to try out. When I make a new dish and my family loves it, it makes me feel accomplished and like I’ve gotten better. I could living by becoming a chef or a food judge. But it is not the career I plan to pursue when I get older. There are jobs like a professional chef, baker, or even a judge. If I were to pursue a job of cooking, I would need an education in health class and cooking class, along with math science and reading. I think science and technology

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    Kunal Kapur Kunal Kapur is a 35 year old chef from India. This report will enlighten one about chef Kunal’s personal life, career and accomplishments. How Kapur chose to become a chef, and the many influences from his family. Along with the many heights of his career including how he got the Master Chefs job,which ultimately launched his career. Lastly, taking a look at the vast accomplishments he has achieved, from shows, to books, and being recognized for multiple awards. “I came from a family

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    As a child growing up, I have dreamed about becoming a doctor, a lawyer, and even a chef! Today as a young adult I have encountered what we call life; memorable events, both good and unpleasant has caused me to reflect upon my career. Countless times I have heard people talk down on city schools, students, and teacher. Growing up in one of the most unsatisfactory school districts in the nation, I have learned all the negative talk is not true. I have decided to become a teacher because I want to

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    other introductory career pathway courses: Public Human Services and Business. Although I did enjoy learning about social work and communication in the Public Human Services pathway, the only ensuing course offered at my high school was Culinary and I knew for a fact that I didn’t want to become a Chef. On the other hand, I found myself enjoying my business class and decided to take a second year of business through a Finance class the following year. At my school, a fourth career pathway course, Health

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    make the most of my life, regardless of where I have started. Growing up, I didn’t know what a Ph.D. was and my family expected me to go to community college to eventually become a pastry chef. But my interests in math and science was stronger than my desire to be a pastry chef, and I wanted a science based career. After my friends

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    Being a Vegan Chef would be my dream job because I already cook every single day and it has grown to be something that I encompasses my entire life and I love it. I spend so much time looking up recipes or scrolling through my Pinterest looking for new things to try or different ways to make recipes that are typically meat based such as sloppy joes, "bacon" or "ribs". I know most people might assume this position isn’t technically health based but it really is. A lot of the times in the healthcare

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    skills, interests, etc. before choosing his career.  Secondly, he concentrated on his goal and took coaching how to achieve it, collected knowledge about that particular goal and learned about all the related information. He did voluntarily jobs to learn cooking as in professional way.  After learning each and every corner of his cooking he was full of confident and chooses it as a successful career plan and also implement on it. (3.1)Ask your career case study person about the ‘fit’ of some of

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    Essay On Being A Chef

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    Being a chef goes above and beyond what the average person might expect. Beginning a journey into the culinary arts and making a career out of it requires endless hours of practice as well as laborious work. While some people are born with an intuition of what flavors that pair naturally and how to assort them, in the current state of the profession, it is integral to have the right qualifications (“What Does a”). This however, is not the only qualification; you must also have a passion for the career

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