Some folks here at Chef Talk have chosen their
Culinary Experience as 'Other'
I'm not understanding
Could someone help me out?
You'd have to ask those who choose other I suppose.
But it could be something like a sales rep, Sysco for example, who supply restaurants. My brother was President of Basic American Foods for a while and Other would be the closest match to that for example.
The Front of House is not well represented in the list with only Server as an option.
i looked through the options and sales rep / supplier were the only ones i could think of that weren't there. maybe farmers and fishermen should be an option. i would like to see the others say what they are, it would give a good perspective. i've only been on this forum for a short time but the term "home chef" makes me crazy; what does that even mean? some chefs on here are so quick to jump on kids that call themselves chefs without the proper experience or say that they just finished chef school that i'm surprised "home chef" is even a category. i hate the term chef school too. maybe really large families should have home demi chef de parties.
rbrad, you crack me up!
Too true though, I'm not getting that title of a 'home chef',
what the heck is that about?
I do consider myself a 'home expert'.
I couldn't agree with you more on the matter of expanding the choice of culinary experience options here at Chef Talk.
We have brewer, brewer? As in beer?
I think I'd rather know who was growing my fruits and vegetables.
Who's bring my little piggys to market.
I could keep going if you want...
::Placing note in suggestion box, Nicko, could we posibly do that?::
Phatch, you're right too.
Maybe some folks out there in Chef Talk Land would like to 'splain how they came to checking the box maker 'other'. That would interesting.
AND... don't get me started about some members jumping all over others for anything! ARGH!
Okay, I stand corrected
The choices are in the order as they appear:
At Home Cook
Professional Pastry Chef
Can't Boil Water
Cook At Home
I just Like Food
Married To A Chef
Just Graduated From Culinary School
Since I have joined Chef Talk a little over a year ago, it seems to me that the list grew
I didn't see Party Planner, I would have ticked that box!!
So, for us Home Makers, it sounds to me like we do all of the above.
I have to do everyone's job and it really doesn't matter what time it is, I'm up to bat.
DH told me again today that I really should go back to work because all I do is play all day
Tell me he didn't just say that?
My feet and back, well basically every part of my body aches.
I've been on my feet since I woke up this morning at 730am and it's now about 830pm.
AND I don't get paid for this!
okay, that's my rant for the month, I'll sit down now, thank you all for indulging me