Being a head chef means you have lots of responsibility in the kitchen. You're responsible for getting food orders out on time, ensuring each dish is made to a high standard, and the other chefs are working well together.
The word 'chef' is not only about wearing a nice white jacket (or one of the trendy coloured ones preferred by many) with your name on it and putting a set of ingredients to create a dish.
20 years ago, when I started my career in the hospitality business, I did not have a real direction for my career.
Here's my advice on getting off to a great start in your new chef career.
I have personal experience in waste management for 7 years at Commercial Recycling and New Earth Solutions in Dorset...
Over the past 25 years, I have had several different job roles in the food industry, which have varied in hours, shift patterns and expectation.
In one of my previous blogs, I mentioned that the main factor that always influences and encourages consumer patronage is the quality and consistency of a restaurant's food.