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post #31 of 34
Honestly, I did both. I went to culinary school and apprenticed. Here's the thing. I only paid 6k for school and I didn't go to CIA. I don't believe 70k is good value, but then again you would be going to a school that has a hyper inflated tuition. Why not get your degree at a community college or technical school?

Second, there is no one way to get good at cookimg except to get out there and cook. Culinary school gives you the foundation that you won't learn on the job. Bit, then again, what you choose to learn is up to you. I've been out of culinary school for 16 years and I still try to learn something new every day.

Jason Sandeman

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post #32 of 34

My feeling is, if you really want something you will get it. If you really want to be good at something you will find a way to be good at it. Passion was the only thing that helped me through the tough times. I remember taking a managers job at a potato processing plant. I thought this was an all time low for me. Little did I know at that time  it was the stepping stone to starting my own Food service Management company and Catering business. 


Edited by ChefBillyB - 12/30/15 at 12:21pm
post #33 of 34

Hello

I have been cooking for over 30 years, and I know young or old you are only as good as your last meal,lolol, you make one bad meal everyone remembers  that for a long time all I can say is. follow your heart , have lots of passion ,and remember it is just food , so don't stress ,what is the worst thing that will happen

Cheers

post #34 of 34
True I was thinking the same thing.
Good cooking oops I mean thinking. biggrin.gif
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