Opportunities in culinary careers / Mary Donovan.Series: VGM opportunities series.Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : VGM Career Books, c2004Edition: Rev. ed.Description: xii, 161 p. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 0071411488 (pbk.); 9780071411486 (pbk.).Subject(s): Food service -- Vocational guidance | Food service | Hospitality industry -- ManagementDDC classification: 647.95023
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Foreword. - Preface. - 1. Why Choose a Culinary Career? - 2. A Noble Professsion. - 3. Traditional Positions in Restaurants and Hotels. - 4. Colds Foods, Garde-Manger, and Banquet Work. 5. Baking and Pastry. - 6. Culinary Careers in Nontraditional Settings. 7. Cooking for Special Needs. - 8. Volume Cooking. - 9. Research and Development. - 10. Running Your Own Business. - 11. Where Else Does Culinary Creativity Thrive? - 12. Getting a Start and Moving Ahead. - Appendix A: Culinary Schools and Related Educational Institutions. - Appendix B: Cilinary Journals, Magazines, and Newsletters. - Appendix C: Professional Food Organizations Recommended Readings.
Management of public households (Institutional housekeeping)