It's really all I've done. Never worked in another industry. It's almost like I got sucked in, which really isn't a bad thing. I enjoy the fast pace, multitasking, the different people you met. I feel I did my best to learn when people where willing to show me. But anymore it's like they show something and have me go do something else, so I never really get to apply it. I feel just kinda suck doing the same thing everywhere I go, but not really learning anymore. I have been throwing around the idea of culinary school for a few years, but have been kinda scared away due things I've heard about low wages, and not being hard to pay off debts. I come to terms with I'm gonna be this for majority of my life, and was wonder if it would be a good idea for someone like me to go to school? Just looking for some advice.
Starring our best-selling non-alcoholic spirit Seedlip
A Non-Alcoholic Bar Cart
How to Make a Japanese Egg Salad Sandwich
Italian, Nonstick & Under $50? Sí, Sí!
The Pink Doughnut Boxes With an Unexpected History
New! Bakeware Ready for Oven Lovin'.
Hi there! Create a Food52 account to save your favorite recipes, features, and Shop finds.
Join the party—there'll be cake.
Already have an account?Log In
Hey, you! Welcome back.
Don't have an account?Sign Up
Enter your email below and we'll send you instructions on how to reset your password
Get the recipes and features that have us talking, plus first dibs on events and limited-batch products.
(Oh, and $10 off your order of $50 or more in the Food52 Shop, too.)