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  • License: Master Resell Rights
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  • Released: 17/01/2009
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    • Cooking
    • Skills

    Becoming The Perfect Chef

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    One of the marks of a great chef, as opposed to a good chef, is their deep understanding of food. Many professional chefs fall in love with one or more specific types of cuisine. They become passionate about the quality and history of that food. They may spend countless days and nights learning the history, the spices, and the best ways to perfect these recipes. This passion drives them to excellence.

    How does a great chef handle picky eaters? Whether it is your child or an adult, it can be very frustrating to spend hours preparing a meal only to find out that the individual it is being made for does not like one or more of the ingredients. The first step is to realize that this is not an insult to you, the chef. Instead, it is an opportunity for you to impress the individual as well as your other guests.

    Perhaps the most physically demanding part of being in the kitchen is having the stamina to remain on your feet. Even if you get a lunch break, chances are good you will be on your feet for a full nine hours a day or more. Strong back muscles, legs, and overall physical conditioning are required to strengthen your body enough to handle this level of activity. Without proper conditioning, you may find yourself exhausted after just a few hours.

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