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I want to be a chef

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Harcourt Brace , San Diego
Cooks -- Juvenile literature., Cookery -- Vocational guidance -- Juvenile literature., Cookery -- Vocational guidance., Cooks., Vocational guid
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Describes some of the careers in the culinary arts, including master chef, executive chef, pastry chef, prep chef, and more, and discusses the training, vocabulary, competitions, and possibilities in this field.

Statementcreator/producer, Stephanie Maze ; writer and educational consultant, Catherine O"Neill Grace.
SeriesI want to be-- book series
ContributionsGrace, Catherine O"Neill, 1950-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTX652.5 .M355 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination47 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL344921M
ISBN 100152019367, 0152018646
LC Control Number98003906

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Preparing for a Chef Career: Culinary Schools & Programs. Formal education is not required to become a chef. However, a degree from a culinary school may offer exposure to a wide range of skills and ideas that can’t be found anywhere else. A culinary degree. NOTE: This book was inspired by another post I made.

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