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post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
Whats the take on Mohawks in culinary school and in most restaurants is it even a problem now a days the place i work at its not a big deal its some low end place.

My Mohawk is about 6 inches high only. Could it be a problem now a days though so many people have them its pretty mainstream even some high end business people have the faux hawk going on.


PS. did i mention i am kind of in love with my hawk so getting rid of it wouldn't be a option unless the job is paying 14 bucks a hour then ill pull out a buzzer right in the middle of the interview and buzz it off.
post #2 of 10
I wanted one when I was six
post #3 of 10
DO YOU !!!!!!!!!! Most real kitchens you would be wearing a chef hat anyways..... :cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::c ool::cool:
When I stop loving what I do, I will do something else: Clint Eastwood http://NewDreamCatering.comCharleston, SC
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When I stop loving what I do, I will do something else: Clint Eastwood http://NewDreamCatering.comCharleston, SC
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post #4 of 10
Heh sweet! :D My kid wants a mohawk but he has a fauxhawk.
post #5 of 10
You might have a problem with some of the old-school chefs that strictly adhere to a tight dress code policy, but I have yet to see anyone with a mohawk treated badly in a kitchen.
post #6 of 10
My opinion:

In my work you have to have a professional appearance. We all get a laugh out of that phrase, but it's true that customers judge the business by that. I know a few places where a mohawk would be right on, but not a whole lot of places.
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
old timers should be dieing out soon so i am not worried about that if they do have a problem with it i could cut it and wait for them to die then grow it back i kid of course sort of lol :).
post #8 of 10
WOO, WOO, WOO, DYING OUT ????????????? Easy on us OLD SCHOOL CHEFS, LOL :lol:

Don't forget were the ones giving you your first shot to break into this career, what you do with it is your Choice !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :lol:


Do you, YOUR WAY!!!!!!!!!!!
When I stop loving what I do, I will do something else: Clint Eastwood http://NewDreamCatering.comCharleston, SC
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When I stop loving what I do, I will do something else: Clint Eastwood http://NewDreamCatering.comCharleston, SC
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post #9 of 10
Thread Starter 
hahaha :lol:
post #10 of 10
I wasn't gonna say "dying out" but I was thinking that as the shift of leadership goes from the hands of the old-schoolers to the younger generation of cooks and culinary grads, the appearance rules are going to be relaxed a little bit.
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