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A chef is a culinary expert. In professional settings such as restaurant and cafe kitchens, they are in charge of the kitchen and kitchen staff oversee the food preparation. Chefs are responsible for every aspect of the kitchen, from planning menus, developing recipes and creating visually appealing presentations to checking the freshness of supplies and supervising other kitchen staff.
Formal training to become a chef is available through culinary arts schools, technical schools, 4-year degree colleges and community colleges. Chefs must have strong leadership, communication, aesthetic, and business skills. They must also be highly creative and have a keen sense of taste and smell to create recipes and menus that their patrons enjoy. Knowledge of sanitary practices in the kitchen, food preservation and safety protocol related to using sharp and hot equipment in the kitchen is crucial.
Why do you want to be a chef? Do you have what it takes to be an outstanding chef? Are you familiar with a wide range of cuisines or do you specialize in any one specific cuisine? These are some of the questions that are typically asked at interviews held to hire chefs. To see more such questions, go to Mock Questions.