Food for thought

Baking. Frying. Saute’ing. Braising. Grilling. Roasting. Puree’ing. Techniques and methods we’ve learned so far this year in Culinary Arts school. Maybe you’re a home cook, cooking for your family and loved ones at the holidays. Perhaps you already work in a kitchen and need that “paper” to boost your career. There is a lot of reasons people attend a Culinary Arts Program. Me? I love to cook, always have. I thought of it as a backup plan to my current career. It seems to be fitting for me as I am acing it. So just food for thought, have you had an interest in Culinary Arts or becoming a Chef? If so, please let me know so I can get you in touch with my school. They have an online program that you can do from home. It must fit in your weekly schedule though as you will have to devote at least 12-15 hours a week, and two nights for online live sessions. I have learned so much and am still learning. It’s exciting week to week. You not only learn the practical part of cooking, but the business side of restaurants as well that will make you a good manager or owner or Executive Chef. See you on Chopped or Beat Bobby Flay?? Maybe! Have a great day and just food for thought today. Is your future in the Culinary Arts?

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