gourmet chef mean

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gourmet chef mean

Postby xulesaa » Mon Dec 27, 2010 5:10 am

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Re: gourmet chef mean

Postby natcherly » Mon Dec 27, 2010 5:35 am

A knife forum is a rather strange place to be asking this type of question. My guess would be this: a gourmet chef has superior palate, creativity and skill. These attributes distinguish him/her from a short-order or line cook who can only prepare relatively simple things no matter what their level of formal education. Check with your school's placement service for more info.

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Re: gourmet chef mean

Postby Vagrant » Mon Dec 27, 2010 5:52 am

natcherly wrote:A knife forum is a rather strange place to be asking this type of question. My guess would be this: a gourmet chef has superior palate, creativity and skill. These attributes distinguish him/her from a short-order or line cook who can only prepare relatively simple things no matter what their level of formal education. Check with your school's placement service for more info.

I would add that the term is usually given by Fine eating establishment to their main or head Chef :idea:
There may be schools that give a degree saying you are, BUT for anyone [important] to accept it, it really has to earned and acknowledged by others, in the field :!:

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Re: gourmet chef mean

Postby ILikeStilettos » Thu Apr 10, 2014 2:42 pm

Je suis gourmand, pas de gourmet! (And spell checker, keep your filthy hands off my French.)
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