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I'm new here... I am 16 and want to be a Chef so I am planning to go to Le Cordon Bleu Pasadena or the Art Institutes Hollywood for Culinary Arts when I graduate HS... I know how to cook basic foods but I am still learning because I don't know about the fancy stuff and I do not know that much spices and stuff.... I also like to watch Hells Kitchen and Watch Food Network...:D

Nice to meet you all!:chef:

BTW I accidentally posted this in the wrong section and I don't know how to delete it...
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Hello and welcome to Cheftalk!

Whilst I am not a chef, I am a keen amateur cook and I've taken a lot of courses over the years - from a 6 week course at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris to courses in Tuscany and many other European countries including many in my home of Scotland!

I hope you will read some of the posts here and feel free to join in any topic of interest. There are a few fora that are for professionals only, but feel free to read - I do; and have found much to interest me in those areas!
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Hi Culinary Dreams...I'm new here too and I'm a current Pastry Arts student. I think it's an awesome idea to start culinary school when you graduate. I certainly admire you for having such a clear idea on your future at the age of 16! (When I was that age...all I could think about was prom...!) One bit of advice...do a little research before committing to any Culinary School. Some of those schools can be pricey, and you may be able to get the same education from a Community College. I do believe whatever school you go to, it's about your personal desire to succeed in this field. Not trying to deter you from Le Cordon Bleu or the Arts Institute, I hear they both are great, just make sure to keep your options open.

Good luck on any future endeavors!!:)
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Thanks so much! I will def keep my options open! I appreciate this :lips:
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