Featured Culinary Careers

Bakers prepare doughs, batters, icings, or fillings and use scales or graduated containers to weigh or measure ingredients. They produce pie crusts, cookies, breads and other types of doughs by kneading, cutting, or rolling dough into specific shapes and sizes. They may bake and decorate their end product. For instance, some bakers may help with …

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A chef oversees a restaurants kitchen. A chef plans the menu, maintains the budget, prices menu items, prepares food, purchases supplies, ensures quality of service, ensures safety, and manages staff. There is a lot of work that goes into becoming a chef. Chefs ensure the meals are cooked and seasoned properly and that they are …

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Though you may know that a cook prepares dishes at restaurants, they also have additional responsibilities and knowledge in food sanitation and safety. Cooks must also learn a variety of items to cook as they generally assist to cook every item on their restaurants menu. When they change employers, they would need to learn an …

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A food scientist studies the deterioration and processing of foods by using microbiology, engineering, and chemistry. They determine nutrient levels of food by analyzing its content. They look for new nutritional food sources and investigate avenues for making processed foods taste good, safe and healthy. They also find the best way to distribute, process, preserve …

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A food service manager operates a food service business or restaurant to ensure that it is efficiently functioning, customers are satisfied, and there is proper budgeting, accounting, and record-keeping. They would also manage the staff. This would include hiring, training, and supervising assistant managers, shift leads, and workers. Watch a video to learn what a …

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A pastry chef is a professional that specializes in desserts such as cakes, cookies, and many other pastries. The primary responsibility is baking, preparing or pairing baked sweets to match demands, menus, hot/cold beverages, or even wines recommended by the main chef if they are working in a fine dining restaurant. ⭐ Find a College …

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