For most culinary students, obtaining a sous chef position is an important level of achievement, but the title and pay increase also come with many more responsibilities.
What is the Difference Between Plant-Based and Vegan?
Some people choose to label themselves as “plant-based,” while others use the term “vegan” to describe their lifestyle and while these lifestyles sound like they would be similar, there are some key differences.
For Events, Small Is the New Big
Events may be more intimate these days, but these club chefs are enhancing member engagement in a time of social distance.
What is a Prep List?
Preparing just the right amount of ingredients for each day is key to a smooth service.
Why is Resting Meat Important?
The science behind this common technique points to why it creates a more flavorful dish.
What is a Typical Compensation Package for an Executive Chef?
Salary for this managerial role typically goes far beyond the base pay.
How Often Should Menus Change?
Club chefs have a great deal of flexibility when it comes to switching up the menu to intrigue their member’s tastes.
What Are the Benefits of a Blast Chiller?
Cooling and freezing food at a controlled speed can be just as important as controlling the heating process.
What Are Combi Oven Cooking Methods?
Club chefs enjoy the benefits of unique cooking technology at their fingertips, including an appliance known as the combi oven.
What is a Roast? Understanding the Basics
Chefs utilize the dry heat of the oven in many dynamic ways, including in this go-to cooking technique.
What is a Sauté? A Quick Guide
From meats and tofu to vegetables and herbs, the sauté is one of the simplest yet most essential cooking techniques.
What is the Difference Between Inclusive and Plus-Plus Pricing on a Banquet Menu?
While the final price of the event remains the same, these two pricing models each have unique benefits.
What Is Braising and How Do Club Chefs Braise?
From spare ribs to salmon, braising combines a range of culinary tools to show off the natural qualities of an ingredient.
What are J-1 Interns?
Culinary talent from abroad can spend up to a year training alongside America’s top club chefs.
What is a Culinary Stage?
This classic form of training lives on across the world for new and seasoned chefs alike.