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active Jun 25 '16 at 02:49

I want to pursue my career in Culinary arts, but my mom says that men should do something sustaining like Engineering, Medicine etc. How can i convince her.

I am from India and mothers here have a very traditional approach to life. I am not sure if she will ever allow me to pursue my dreams. Please give me a solid explanation to convince her. Thank you.

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active May 27 '16 at 22:44

which colleges have the best culinary program?

Since i though that i would not be a very successful artist so i decided that me being a artist to part time job. And my next goal for the future was to be a chef.

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active May 18 '16 at 13:38

If I'm going for a degree in culinary arts and hospitality, why do I have to take/pay for with my money classes that will not neccasiarily help nor affect anything with culinary arts

I want to be a chef and try and innovate the current food industry. My parents own a restaurant and I hope to further their business and bring fresh good quality food to America. Not the processed food widely available today.

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active May 25 '16 at 04:22

To become a sous chef, would it benefit if I attended a four year university or a private school that focuses solely on my career choice?

When applying for colleges, my counselor insisted that I look for schools that have specific scholastic programs that focused solely on my major. I was wondering if going to a private school would be better than attending a regular 4-year university if they both had programs for my major.

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