Hey its me

Discussion in 'General Culinary School Discussions' started by cookinernie, Sep 16, 2002.

  1. cookinernie

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    :) Hey i am not in a Culinary School yet i am in high scool in grade 10 but i am lookin for part time jobs in restraunts i have just recentely taken my food handlers course and when i get out of school im going to the Scool Of Culinary Arts in P.E.I. :) then go on from there:cool: :p
     
  2. greg

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    Getting a part-time job is a great way to start. Work on your knife skills, especially.

    BTW, you don't have to start a new thread everytime you have something to post. Click on the "post reply" button, and your reply will show up in this thread.
     
  3. coolj

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    Welcome aboard Ernie, what part of Nova Scotia are you from ?. I would suggest, if you are in Halifax, that you try to get on at Maple, Chef Micheal Smith seems like a great guy to learn from.
     
  4. cookinernie

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    :chef: Ya this is me thanx for the advoce greg, ;) ya i dont live too far from halifax bout 3 hours away actually ya ive heard of Maple i ate there once actually well g2g thanx a bundle see ya later :beer:
     
  5. cookinernie

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    Hey this is me again ya i think i had better SHARPEN up on my knife skills im gettin better but am still quite RUSTY i had an accident with a knife and my finger a while ago i was messin around and soon enough i cut my finger. ur sayin ooo a little cut and im sayin **** know i almost cut my finger off i cut down to the bone and had to get stiches the whole way around oh well it was a stupid mistake.:p and we all make em let me hear bout sum of urs
     
  6. coolj

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    Hey Ernie, this might be a topic better suited for the late night cafe forum, but to a make a long story shorter, let's just say that I have a tendon in my thumb that is sewn together because of an incident involving a box and a bread knife. The only thing neat about it is the fact that I can predict a change in the weather.
     
  7. crushtl

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    Don't forget scars can be good. Some cooks look at them as a sign of hard work, others dumb mistakes. Whatever you see, it's always worth a good story.
    Good luck Ernie. Take it from a 14 year veteran, if you love it from the start, you'll have a blast. So follow your love.