I am 25 years old and have finally figured out that I have an intense gift/passion for cooking/cuisine. When I was younger I would catch glimpses of cooking shows and remember then step by step so that when given the ingredients I could recreate the masterpiece I saw. I also am such a foodie haha go figure. My husband and I go to new restaurants all the time where I then recreate the meals just from tasting them. I am currently in traditional college finishing up a degree and then I am going full force with my culinary program! I am so excited. I am looking into going to Arizona Culinary Institute in the next year and then hopefully Ferrandi in Paris. My husband is fully supportive (lucky girl) but I can't seem to find any good information on Paris. Currently I am working full time and make a nice income but I am just not sure how to support myself in Paris for 8-11 months its pretty pricey! I welcome all comments and advice and appreciate you in advance!
- topicCulinary Schooltagged by Nicko, 3/9/14
- brandFerrandi Paristagged by Nicko, 3/9/14
- itemFerrandi Paris - The French School of Culinary Artstagged by Nicko, 3/9/14
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Aloha, welcome to Chef Talk.
Have you gone to this group ? http://www.cheftalk.com/groups/show/6/ferrandi-2013
Maybe you can find more info/support about Ferrandi, or take a look at the Culinary Students forums too as well as Culinary School Resources, loads of generous folks here at CT.
Really I'd say that everyone here are terrific!
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