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Advice on sauté station help

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 
During the first week Im in training to do sauté station the head chef said that I know all the dishes and doing and I can handle maybe two at a time but he said that I can't handle like 6 or 7 dish at the same time ......but can anybody give me advice simple advice that I can handle this by myself
post #2 of 4
So what?
That's like telling a kid who just learned walking that he can't run yet.

If you can do two dishes at the ttime after a week then you're doing good.

Your chef might just be trying to motivate you to become better and faster.

Keep doing what you're ddoing and be confident but not arrogant you're still learning. That goes for every thing by the way. Be confident but not a know it all.wink.gif and in no time you'll master your station.

Good luck
Mikael
post #3 of 4
And by the way. It's always better to make two or even one good dish at the time than to make multiple bad dishes.

Your diners will appreciate it
Mikael
post #4 of 4
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the advice I think I really do needed that to boost my confidents
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