I have cooked at home for years, and part-timed being a short-order cook during the summer. A job recently came up for a line cook at a local restaurant and I applied, thinking that it was a beginner position, since no school or anything was required. I have zero experience in a real kitchen (a concession stand doesn't count) and it turns they want a real line cook. Scarily enough, it seems I will get the job. Do you think it would be possible to wing it and learn on the job, or should I remind them I don't have line cook experience. Because the money's pretty good... Any replies would help a ton!