Hello fellow food lovers and chefs

Discussion in 'New User Introductions' started by hydarhamster, Nov 12, 2013.

  1. hydarhamster

    hydarhamster

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    About Me:

    Hello my fellow food lovers, I'm a ex culinary arts student in high school and college. I love cooking ethnic cuisines, but my greatest strength is in the pastry arts. If I do have to pick my favorite cuisine to make out of the bunch, it's between Japanese, Italian, Cajun and Native American. It's hard to pick one since I'm still discovering new ethnic cuisines that's very enjoyable to make. Unfortunately, since the city I live in don't have any good entry level cooking jobs nor dish washing jobs opened, I have to jump into my loophole that is the Air Force job training program in another four months before hopefully entering into the Hattori Nutrition College in Japan.

    Food Career:

    Food business, pastry arts, banqueting and catering.
     
  2. mezzaluna

    mezzaluna

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    Thank you for introducing yourself. That's quite an array of cuisines you enjoy cooking. Did you grow up with some of them? Did someone inspire you to go into a culinary career?

    Have a look around the site. We're much more than only the discussion forums. There are excellent cooking articles, cookbook and equipment reviews, a job board, photo galleries and more. The members here, who are from all over the world, are our greatest resource. We hope your participation here will add to the mix.

    Good luck in your pursuit of knowledge and skill in the culinary arts. We hope to see you here often.

    Welcome!

    Mezzaluna
     
  3. hydarhamster

    hydarhamster

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    Yes, I grew up in a very diverse community that's surrounded by different cuisines. Ever since I was young I enjoyed cooking and watching cooking shows. I also started experimenting at the age of 12 but didn't think of it as a career until my sophomore year of high school.