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Production Chef Apprentice at Mowgli Street Food - Manchester
Mowgli Street Food is looking for a Line Chef to join the family! If you are keen to learn the ins and outs of what it takes to be a chef then please APPLY TODAY!! What will the apprentice be doing?
Chef de Partie - James Martin Restaurant
James Martin Restaurant is seeking a brilliant, dynamic Chef de Partie for this award-winning restaurant in Manchester. James Martin serves up classic, seasonally changing à la carte menus using the f
Chef de Partie Apprentice at Maray Restaurants
Maray Restaurants are an award-winning restaurant group founded in Liverpool, in 2014. They are looking for a positive and hard-working CDP to prepare and deliver food to the standards set by the Head
The difference between a chef and a cook is that the latter is anyone who can put a meal together - whether it be in a familial or at a restaurant style setting. A chef, on the other hand, will have been through rigorous training, either through culinary school or worked their way up.
There are ways to become a chef even with no qualification. An aspiring chef can start their career as a kitchen porter and move up, experiment with diverse recipes on their own time or find a mentor to become an apprentice under.
One can choose from the following kind of chef roles:
Taking on a chef and cook job, the prospective candidate can earn between you’ll be able to earn between £10.42-£17 per hour. If an applicant wishes to undergo professional chef training, then there are many schools available for enrolment.