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post #61 of 64

Oh, one can never call them-self a Chef, only others may do that crazy.gif

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post #62 of 64

In my opinion you can call yourself a chef when you hold that position. Otherwise you are a line cook, or "cook". I hate those people who call them chefs when they are line cooks and so on. But, this has been the widely debated topic of many. But if you are owning your own business and making things happen with no one telling you what to do, then rock on Chef.

post #63 of 64

A-yup

 

The best way to define this thing is the "acid test" as follows:

 

A "Cook" is judged by what they put on a plate

 

A "Chef" is judged by how they run a kitchen.

 

End of discussion

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post #64 of 64

 who can answer my question i have been working as a chef /cook for over 30 years but cant call myself a chef has i have no qulifcations how can i get my life experance  grade 

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