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Jeremy A. Cherry
1234 Las Cruces Drive, Winter Springs, FL 32708
Specializing in Fine-Dining Cuisine and Pastry Arts
Dynamic, Results-Oriented, and Team-Oriented
OverviewMore than Five years of professional cooking and kitchen management experience. Exemplify leadership qualities and professionalism, backed by a consistent, verifiable record of achievement.
With experience in Florida, New York City, Saint Louis and Alaska holding almost every position from Pastry Chef to Executive Chef.
Areas of ExpertiseChef designation
Trained by Bryan Young, Chef's Spencer Wolf, Michael Colon, Peter Drum
Successful catering experience (1,200+ people)
Maximizing kitchen productivity and staff performance
Professional ExperienceRiver Song Lodge Lake Creek Alaska 3*2007-2007
Executive Chef for river lodge 75 miles N.W. of Anchorage with a capacity of up to 100 people.
Train and direct six kitchen staff members.
Plan menu, assure quality control, and minimize waste and all logistics for getting food to the lodge in a timely manner in order to feed both staff and guests.
K Restaurant and Wine Bar Orlando FL. 3*2006-2007
Responsible for all pastry menu production.
Garde manager line during lunch as well as pastry
Riingo Restaurant New York City NY 4* 2004-2006
Responsible for all pastry menu production.
Managed a crew of 3 pastry cooks
Increased pastry sales by 45% with introduction of new menu items
Education & QualificationsArt institute of New York City
Graduate: Pastry Restaurant Mgmt.
Silver Medalist: Saint Louis ACF competition
James Beard Scholarship winner
A.C.F. Professional Member
Guest Appearance: Kitchen conservatory Saint Louis MO.
References Furnished Upon Request
Years in the Industry
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