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Culinary Teacher advises students to work hard, be realistic

A culinary arts teacher has some advice for students, young ones in particular.

Tim Rutherford has been teaching students to cook for years. He says anyone who wants to succeed in the food business needs to get rid of visions of glamour and be prepared to

work hard at the craft they love. Rutherford reminds students that those who want to become serious cooks, or chefs, need not only to hone their skills at cooking - but he says they need to be good business people too. Accounting and book keeping are also valuable skills. Especially for those who believe they'd like to rise to the level of head chef, or open their own restaurant at some point. He advises that anyone interested in that path should be sure they love the work, and be prepared to work for quite Somme time before their salaries increase.

 

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