How to become a Chef

There is no right or wrong way in going about being a chef. Some of the greatest chefs in the world came through an apprenticeship without a formal education, however understanding the theory and chemistry of food will stand you in good stead for the future.

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Starting or Thinking about a Career in Hospitality

To start out on a realistic note, working as a professional in the hospitality industry is no easy living. You are going to work long hours around the clock. You will most likely work weekends and holidays, because thats the busiest times. And, even though most people are at least pleasant, there are those guests who are so rude that they give the others a bad name.

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Pastry Chef, getting started & all things Pastry

When you are sitting in a restaurant waiting patiently for your dessert to be served, remember that what awaits you is a creation from the genius of the pastry chef. It is the pastry chefs responsibility to produce those indulgent profiteroles or the French fruit tarts that delight your senses well before you have raised the first spoon to your lips.

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Hotel and Restaurant Chef Jobs

Hotel Jobs offer great opportunities for chef employment, whether you have just completed training or have extensive experience. There are many types of kitchens to work in large and small. Hotel jobs also offer plenty of variety in location choices from the city business hotel to resort locations. Many hotels offer positions in fine dining for hotel patrons and cater to higher end business professionals. If working in a resort hotel, you can enjoy the luxury of local resort quality living while working with area vacationers.

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Becoming a Chef and different Jobs as a Chef

Whether from a visit to a restaurant, a television show, or a movie, most people are familiar with the classic chef in a white coat and tall, white hat. However, for many, the restaurant kitchen remains a mystery. What exactly does the head chef do? Does the chef actually cook or just direct? What is a sous chef? Get a behind-the-scenes look into kitchen positions and the process for starting a career as a chef here.

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Sous Chefs Responsibilities and the Role of a Sous Chef

Responsibilities of a Sous Chefs

Sous chefs serve as the second in command in the kitchen, below the executive chef. While perhaps not quite as stressful as being the executive chef, the sous chef position is still fast-paced and busy. When the executive chef is out sick or on vacation or dealing with something besides the kitchen, it is the sous chef who steps up to take his place.

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Australia Desperately seeking chefs

WHEN James Campbell applied for an apprenticeship at the top Melbourne restaurant MoVida, chef and co-proprietor Frank Camorra was more intent on quizzing him about his personality and attitude than his cooking skills.

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