I'm A Fashion Student Designing for Pastry Chefs, I have Questions, Please help!

Discussion in 'Pastries & Baking' started by hannstaahh, Feb 1, 2017.

  1. hannstaahh

    hannstaahh

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    Hello, I am a fashion design student at Parsons, The New School of Design and I wanted to see if we could get in contact for an interview. My project is to pick a uniform and redesign it in some way, so I wanted to design new accessories and garments for pastry chefs. I realize that you must be busy and I highly value your time and opinion.  Your opinion is very important to the quality, reality, and functionality of my designs.

    First a short bio of who you are, your experience/job history, and area of expertise would be great.

    Here are the actual interview questions.

    what's the most difficult dessert or pastry to cook?

    what is your most common mistake?

    what is your favorite or most used tool?

    what do you need in a uniform?

    What are the biggest concerns for outfit; mobility, temperature, cleanliness, protection, style, functionality, does it hold things?

    what is the worst part of your job?

    and the best?

    do you have any goals to go further than where you are now?

    are there any areas of pastry that you would like to explore further?

    What is your favorite dessert to make?

    Least favorite? Why?

    Thank you so much!!