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Weird Food Facts

Started by ChefBlogDigest Mar 13, 2010.

Great Food Cost 7 Replies

Started by jeff. Last reply by Chef Len Elias CEC Aug 8, 2009.

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Comment by Demario Baker on May 31, 2013 at 8:14am

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Comment by ChefBlogDigest on December 9, 2009 at 6:08am
Hello. I'm a newbie here. Just wanted to say it's nice to be a part of this group.

Comment by Paul on September 25, 2009 at 11:43am
Hello, All i am a starving Chef here in California, For one reason or another I cant seem to get hired. I have the experience and skills but cant seem to get it done. I get interviewed, I do follow ups, Any advise? I am on facebook to market my self but dont always let the employer know, good or bad......Help in Cali

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Comment by Christopher Rovezzi on July 8, 2009 at 3:56pm
Just joined Chef to Chef. I'm looking I hope to absorb as much knowledge as my mind will allow. I am humbled by all of you!
Comment by ken anderson on April 8, 2009 at 7:24pm
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Comment by Emily Daubney on March 7, 2009 at 2:05pm
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Comment by Brandon Wilborn on January 29, 2009 at 9:55am
Hi everyone! I'm new to FohBoh and am currently out of work. My background and experience opens up to me many different avenues and facets of today's restaurant industry. But I've come to a crossroads where my heart and my needs are at opposite spectrums.
I live in NJ and it seems as though the profession of Chef is diminishing. I met with a Chef of a national theme restaurant last week, she doesn't cook at all anymore. I didn't get into details of why she left the white tablecloth scene and changed to a concept that denies individuality, creativity, and rewards managing profitability uber alles.
Everyone needs to make money, and everyone needs to feel secure and that they belong to a reputable organization, but when do you sacrifice what drew you to the biz (passion, lifestyle, people, etc.) for the money and security of corporations that don't necessarily stand behind the product they're selling, but create a gimmick to attract?
I want to keep progressing as a culinarian, I need to make the kind of money that I had at my last position, and I want the security that assures me if the GM is having a bad day, he's not gonna take it out on me or my co-workers and can us.

What's your advice? Some of you had the same dilemma? How did you reach a decision?
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