Tasting Success: Your Guide to Becoming a Professional Chef

Author: Charles M. Carroll
Publisher: Wiley (August 9, 2010)
ISBN:  978-0-470-58154-4

Tasting Success: Your Guide to Becoming a Professional Chef is for every student in the beginning months of their education, or every new employee just starting out in a new hospitality job. It will be an asset to any introductory course in culinary, foodservice, or the hospitality industry, as well as a benefit for career planning or career development courses, intern or externships, leadership, and organizational development classes, or self study.

In this book, Chef Charles Carroll expertly coaches readers on how to attack their time and plan their future, while giving them encouragement and words of wisdom along the way to ensure success. Hallmark features include:

  • Invaluable lessons and inspirational life stories from champions in the culinary world, the world of sports, and the world stage.
  • Real-life advice from an author who knows and values what it takes to be a success in this business
  • A Game Plan to put the tools discussed within each chapter into action for your success.

In this book, Chef Charles Carroll expertly coaches students on how to attack their time and plan their future, while giving them encouragement and words of wisdom along the way to ensure success. With its no nonsense, upbeat, and inspiring style, Tasting Success: Your Guide to Becoming a Professional Chef outlines the most important, tangible decisions a young culinary professional can make now to achieve lifelong success, and provides the essential career map every young professional needs to travel the road to culinary career success!

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