At the end they actually look like they’re covered in cum.
They get hired and they come in with stars in their eyes. Everything they know about “being a chef” they learned from TV. And the instructors at the community college sure aren’t going to say anything to break the news to them. So they come in on their first day ready to help the chef plan out the next menu together. And the sous sends them into a corner to chop 5 gallons of onions. Every day is more scut work, and people yelling and cursing, and there are no breaks and they can’t work fast enough and no one will tell them where anything is. Before long, you can see the bitter disillusionment set in.
Then they think, it must just be this kitchen; I landed in a terrible kitchen, that’s all. I just need to find a normal kitchen where they will appreciate me for being me team task management. So they start looking around and asking around, and discover they had completely unrealistic expectations about cooking as a career, and that they made a huge mistake. Maybe they should move back home before their bedroom gets turned into an office…
This was written over at Reddit a couple of weeks ago.
New York restaurants merge the low-margin world of food businesses like grocery stores with taste-predicting industries like Hollywood browse around here.
The money quote:
The two decent young men who opened the restaurant remained decent throughout, if numbed by how hard it has been to support their families with a business that has grossed, consistently, two million dollars per year.
This was written by someone who had the money as opposed to the cooks and waitstaff who worked there. Where is their interview? While I’m sure they’ll find to survive in the city the fact remains that they will have to find ways to temporarily cope with their reduced incomes.
As an outsider to the entire scene in NYC, it’s easy to say that if you’re looking to do more than feed elitist economical minorities you need to leave the big cities and head elsewhere.
Came back out of retirement to post this. I still have one or two more things to say, I guess.
Should you have to dress sexy to keep your job? Many women working at some of Canada’s popular restaurant chains say they do, which some experts argue is discriminatory.
Source: <a href="http://www Recommended Site.cbc.ca/news/business/marketplace-gender-specific-dress-codes-1.3474289″>Restaurant dress codes: Sexy outfits for female staff may be discriminatory – Business – CBC News
Funny how it works, right? One would stand to reason that most foodie internet publications are made by caucasian people who have finished college and have surrounded themselves with people like them.
Silicon Valley demographics applied to food.
I wanted to start the first official post here with something nice, but alas, it was not to be.
I misplaced my tablet at work and someone took it.
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