I want to open a bakery.
I'm asking this question because I really want to be a chef but I don't know how much they earn.
just curious wondering what they have to do
Other than Le Cordon Bleu
I want to go to college to become a pastry chef but I don't know how many years of college I have to go through.
I want to own a bakery someday but I don't know haw to work up to that
I want to go to culinary school and get a degree but I don't know what the best degree to get is.
I want to be a chef
I want to become a pastry chef but I don't know where to go to college I would love your advice.
I want to hone my culinary skills. what is the best course after 12th to pursue a career in food making.
Interested in cooking but don't know where to start off.
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.
Hi I'm from El Salvador and I'm a high school student. I want to know what steps do I have to take or what universities do I have to go to be a pastry chef.
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.
I want to pursue a degree in Culinary Arts. What is the average salary of a Culinary Arts Graduate for a first year entry level position?
I really would like to own my own restaurant one day, but I know I need experience. So I am more than willing to start off working for someone else and maybe even a well known high end restaurant.
I want to make sure im making a good choice.
Want to know from those deeply involved in the business.
I want to do Culinary Arts, but another part of me wants to be a teacher.
If I'm going for a degree in culinary arts and hospitality, why do I have to take/pay for classes that will not necessarily 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.
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.
If I can't really afford it, should I take a loan or work my way up?
Very interested in this field.
I am not sure on what I really want to go to college for. Currently I am a junior in high school. I am thinking of going into marine sciences or something with culinary. I've been thinking about doing summer programs to see which career interests me more but they are too expensive to do both. What a
I've found that almost all culinary schools use meat and dairy products when teaching their students how to cook. Which school can I go to for my lifestyle?
i want to learn how to bake professionally
because i love baking and i what to learn more new resipess from new websites and cultures
I really want to become a chef and open up my own restaurants. How many can I realistically open myself?
I want to be a chef.
I would like to start my own business. [P.S. This question was edited by a site admin for grammar and clarity.]
I want to be a chef.