There are plenty of stereotypes surrounding the role of the chef–and all too many of them are negative. Learn to create a kitchen that’s fun to work in while still maintaining the expectations of the restaurant’s customers and avoiding these chef stereotypes!
Every kitchen job has its risks, but with a little care and by following these guidelines, you will enjoy a long, safe career in the food industry.
Restaurants have unexpectedly found themselves in the middle of a recession. For whatever reason, people just aren’t eating out anymore. In order to remain competitive, many restaurants are finding that restaurant delivery is the best way to keep their corner of the market – but is it right for you?
According to the National Restaurant Association, more than one-quarter of American adults celebrate Mother’s Day by dining out. Get your share of this all-important market by following a few tried-and-true tips and convert new guests into loyal customers.
As you consider which restaurant you’d like to start a career in, you may come across the many different types of establishments. The work and pay will be different at each, so we thought we’d give you a quick rundown of what each service type is and what you can expect.