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Wondering if there are any really experienced chefs on here in terms of the diversities of cuisines who can chime in on the discussion. I am perfectly content and satisfied with the specific cuisine I have chosen to make a career out of and this discussion is solely for the purpose of satisfying my personal curiosity.

I would like to ask for your opinions regarding the following topics:

1. Which cuisine would you say is the most difficult to master and has the highest skill cap ceiling. (I know each requires different set of skills)

2. Which cuisine pays the best? List the top three.

3. Which cuisine has the brightest future? For example, there are trending cuisines as well as those slowly fading. For example, Sushi is ever more popular on the surface but who knows what's going on underneath with all the pollution in the ocean. As for Korean food, this specific cuisine has struggled to shine up until recently when it has finally started to receive the recognition and the popularity that's been due for a while now.
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Nobody?
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Nobody?

Hard questions to answer without Bsing too much. I'll take a stab at it for fun with some questions.

1. There are so many cuisines how can anyone answer this?
I guess which ever " cuisine" you are attempting t the moment is the hardest to master at the moment.

2. Ha. Feed the rich duh. " rich cuisine"

3. Is Farm to table a cuisine or movement?

"American Cuisine- Not great ingredients in abundance"
- Dan Barber
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1. The question was directed at the chefs whose experiences may be limited(not having cooked for all the cuisines in the world) but diverse(have experience with more than one cuisine).

2. It depends on the specific restaurants but I'm speaking for the most part. For example, dining at Chinese restaurants are generally cheaper than let's say Italian or Japanese restaurants. It doesn't mean there aren't expensive Chinese restaurants but we're speaking in a general sense of things.
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1. Which cuisine would you say is the most difficult to master and has the highest skill cap ceiling. (I know each requires different set of skills)

2. Which cuisine pays the best? List the top three.

3. Which cuisine has the brightest future?

1. too subjective

 

2. too many variables to answer objectively

 

3. melding traditional into syncretism

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