- Joined Jan 4, 2011
danigrlcatering ..... WELCOME to ChefTalk.
The post before yours was over 3 years ago. It's OK ... everyone has done it.
I'd really like to know as a woman who's been cooking for almost a decade what y'all perceive that we bring to the kitchen. I absolutely see that I relate differently to others than my male counterparts. I listen more. They come to me more. I tend to be looking after our young cooks while NOT holding their hands because they don't need it. I know my kitchens like having me BUT why? I am just me. Compliments are rarer than double yolk eggs in a kitchen. Lots of chefs say they always want at least one strong female chef in their kitchen. Why is that? Seems hard to put into words. What does a female bring that is unique?