Thanks for stopping by this terrible post of mine. Why you clicked it I have no idea, but since you're here you might as well lose a few minutes of your life and read this right? First off I'm currently in the military down in South Carolina currently on my fourth year of a six year contract. I have no real experience other than helping the family cook or cooking for myself. I am however, willing to get my hands dirty, be called names, told I am a terrible human being for screwing something simple up, work long hours, anything masochistic really. So what I'm looking for is any advice on how I should approach trying to become a chef while working a 3pm-11pm shift 5 days a week. Is it possible?
TL;DR Currently in the military working 8 hour shifts 5 days a week. No culinary experience outside the home kitchen. Looking to get started in the cooking industry. Any ideas?
Thanks for your time