Hey Everyone, I am new here, let me give you a little background. a year and a half ago I had weight loss surgery, at my highest weight I was 545 lbs, I am now 250 lbs. Since the surgery I have had to cook a lot more to so that I can eat foods that meet my new biology's requirements. As I have lost weight and can actually stand in the kitchen to make the food without wanting to die after 10 minutes, I started to find that I really liked it, then I found I Loved cooking, particularly cooking for other people. I have been working in a telephone support job sucking the soul out through my pours, and I need a change. in thinking about this I have been talking with my girlfriend about the idea of pursuing cooking as a career. she has encouraged and helped me make connections, and through that, I now have a job offer to start at a mid-high end Italian restaurant here in salt lake, as a line cook. I am so excited, but also nervous. i have been told time and time again how good i am from the uninitiated that I cook for, but what do I need to know when it comes to actually working in a kitchen? how to I make the best impression, and how do I get the most knowledge out of this? TL;DR: I got a job as a line cook to follow my passion, what do I need to do to not mess it up.