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What are the key areas on which every Chef works most of the times?

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RE: What are the key areas on which every Chef works most of the times?

Deepak Rana
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Below is the list of various areas and activities on which a Chef works most of the times:

1.Planning
Chefs spend a lot of time on planning the menu items and the schedule for the various activities in the kitchen. They have to be really good at planning. Sometimes it involves a number of discussions and brainstorming sessions. The process is rigorous and consumes good amount of time.

2. Cooking
Although Chefs are not directly invoved in cooking all the times, but they do that on occassional events. They have to direct and guide the cooks while preparing the meals. They get involved in all the cooking related activities.

3. Management
This is one of the most important aspects of Chefs' job after their cooking expertise. They have to manage the kitchen staff and the resources to maintain the kitchen. They have to handle different situations, resolve conflicts and administer the other members. Management is an important skill and Chefs have to be really good at it.

4. Maintenance and Paperwork
Chefs have to ensure the sanitary surroundings and healthy environment in the kitchen. They also get involved in the maintenance of various equipments by informing the right people and keeping a check on that. Chefs have to keep a track on all those activities and need to record that information. The expenses sheet also needs to be maintained regularly.

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