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What will the interview be like?
How long does it take to become a pastry chef?
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I write, and have written, the same email response over and over and over. You'd think by now I'd have a form-letter, but I'm still a little naive, so I don't.
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Here are my standard tips for getting into your first kitchen, and maybe some more, if you so choose to make kitchens your life, love and home.
1. Eat out as much as you can afford. Bring a little notebook and pen with you wherever you go. Take notes. When you find a menu you love, ask your waiter for the full name of the chef and pastry chef. Ask what the hours of said restaurant are.
2. Print out your resume/CV and bring it, in person, to this restaurant and ask for the chef/pastry chef by full name. Part time Top executive chef jobs in hotel.If a place is open for lunch and dinner it's best to show up between 3-4 pm. Never ever ever ever call or go to a restaurant and ask for anyone managerial while service is going on.
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4. Do not wait for a phone call back.
5. Do not email your resume/CV as an attachment.
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If you want to cook professionally you may want to stop watching kitchen reality shows.
If you want to cook professionally you should have money in the bank or very cheap rent or a spouse to support you.
When will you be a chef?
That I can't say. For that there is no bullet point list, no advice, no recipe.
I didn't start cooking professionally to become a chef or be a chef or arrive as a chef. I started cooking professionally because it was all I wanted to do at a very Part time Top executive chef jobs in hotel. I didn't go to culinary school, I did not own a single knife, I did not know what an 'all-day' was.