Tag: cook’s life

COOKS AND THE BEAST OF SUMMER

Americans have always seemed to live for summer. This is the season of fun, engaging with the great outdoors, tanned skin, beaches and water, convertibles and rock and roll. Everyone seems to agree with this except one segment of the population that suffers from mixed feelings about the grand days of summer. Cooks are not…

A COOK’S LIFE IS A LONELY LIFE

They are crusty, full of energy when it is needed, sometimes antagonistic, committed, good at what they do, big-hearted, and oftentimes lonely as hell. This is a side of far too many line cooks and chefs that never really makes the press – a side that plagues many cooks who work their passion so that…