These days many people are fascinated with the art of cooking. Some chefs are put up on a pedestal, achieving the fame of actors and there is a love affair with cooking which seems to be relentless. From those who diligently watch the Food TV Network, to the weekend at home gourmet chef, many talk about their dream of going to culinary school one day. When people learn that you are actually planning to attend a cooking school, their appetites are whetted for much more. Everyone says, "Tell us what it is really like at culinary school." The perception of what it will be like to attend culinary school and what it was really like has not been compared until now. This is a story written by a former culinary student. I have no experience as a celebrity from television and I do not own my own famous restaurant. The story is unique because everyone can relate to this behind the scene look at culinary school from a candid and comical approach.Uncut: The Inside Story of Culinary School shares the educational perspective from a refreshing down to earth and frank approach. You will travel through culinary school as though you were right there in the classroom each and every day. The antics of the students will keep you laughing, as you realize that nobody has ever before shared these behind the scene stories about attending culinary school. From the first day in food history class and sanitation, to first aid, including the first day of using the knives. You will laugh and you will cry at this account of a diligent effort to learn to cook the way the chef instructor's expect you to. Historical information and facts regarding cooking are also included in the story. In addition, recipes are also included.
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Patrice Johnson grew up in Bowie Md. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Maryland.Prior to attending culinary school, she worked as a weapons contracts negotiator for the United States Navy for 12 years.She enjoys fitness and has been an American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer and Group Exercise Instructor since 1993.Ms Johnson graduated with high honors from the California Culinary School of Arts in Pasadena, California, in 2002.She resides in the small town of Ridgecrest, CA with her husband and two dogs and one cat. She has written a newspaper column entitled On the Menu for the Daily Independent Newspaper in her hometown.She currently owns and operates her own personal chef business, Mystique.Her hobbies when she is not cooking include wine tasting, traveling, camping and fantasy football and reading. Ms. Johnson has always enjoyed cooking, but never imagined herself as a professional chef! As a young girl, she enjoyed baking with her mom and grandmother. The family had many special baking traditions which come from her Slovak heritage.She is by her own admission NOT a pastry chef.
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