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    One of the largest sacrifices that we in the hospitality industry make is the time away from our families. This is the industry that all people depend upon daily. We work Christmas, New Year's Eve, Thanksgiving, etc. Many cooks, especially those in senior positions, spend more time in their...
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    Unprecedented in scope and depth, Chef Koochooloo is an innovative educational platform that engages families in fun interactive cooking games while teaching math, science and geography to children, and raising awareness for worldwide causes. Harvesting the delicious and discarding the mundane...
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    How do Culinary Arts teachers decide what to teach? What we teach and how we teach are delineated by several factors: Who is your employer? The availability of tools and equipment Time available for hands-on instruction Your budget Your skills Class composition Food allergies Who...
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    So here you are ... you've finally left the long hours of the food service industry behind you and you're now a Culinary Arts instructor. You're looking forward to having most evenings and weekends off. You're also looking forward to paid vacations that include four days for Thanksgiving, two...
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    In 2005 I was a working chef in Pennsylvania and I literally worked 360 days out of the year. I was pulling 84 hour weeks largely because I kept having to work double shifts and/or because I was called in on my days off. The final straw for me came after I was called in during what would have...
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