Hello everyone, I recently acquired a line cook position in a beautiful restaurant in midtown Manhattan. I started the second week of January and I am loving it. However, I've never been so stressed and nervous in my entire life. I work the fish line for lunch, usually the slowest line in the place. The Chef assigned me there since it makes the most sense, I've never worked in a kitchen before, don't put the new guy on the grill station. I was culinary school trained however compared to CIA my school is like reading a cookbook made for little kids and thier easy bake oven. Seriously, I cleaned one chicken, and fileted 2 fish! Anyway this isn't a post for me to complain, I am happy I found this website so I can ask questions and get answers from people who know what they are talking about. Fortunately one of the sous chefs has really been helping me out, as opposed to the other one who cursed and threw salmon at my station my 3rd week there. That's what's been bugging me, one sous chef helps and teaches the other expects me to know how to make potato foam my 3rd day at the job. Cut a guy some slack? No? Anyway, before this becomes a rant, I look forward to learning and being a part of this community.