You probably became a chef because you have been a foodie for as long as you can remember.
When you were growing up, you may have developed an ardent interest in food. You didn’t eat out of hunger, nor did you view food as a source of comfort. Instead, you viewed food with curiosity and interest.
Perhaps you’ve even traveled to a few different countries and got to sample a world of intriguing flavors.
Although your family may have come to love your early experiments in the kitchen, you wanted to take your passion for creating exquisite meals to a new level. So, when it was time to choose a career, you became a chef.
Now you are ready to take your knowledge and skills in making delicious food to an even higher level.
If you’ve already graduated from an excellent school of culinary arts and worked in some of the finest restaurants in the country, then it might be difficult to envision what you can do to become even better at something you do amazingly well.
Here are two suggestions on how you can continue to reinvent yourself.