Your Kitchen Survival Guide
Throughout your culinary career you will constantly develop your technique and learn new skills. But as time goes on, you’ll also notice a handful of tried and tested tips and tricks that work every time. Read on to discover 12 Tips on Kitchen Survival for all.
6.Salt and Pepper are Not the Only Seasonings – Switch up seasoning with exotic salts, herbs, alternative citrus flavors or a variety of pickles etc…
7.Make Sure Your Kitchen Knives are Sharp: The best way to avoid knife accidents in the kitchen is by keeping your knives sharpened – this will also help you be more efficient.
8.Establish Relationships with Your Suppliers: This ensures you get the quality you want, when you want it.
9.Keep Calm: Professional kitchens are high stress environments and it takes discipline to remain calm in the face of this.
10.Always Ask For Clarification: Mistakes can cost your business so don’t be afraid to ask questions to better understand what you need to do.
11.Do Your Homework: Customers will ask questions about menus to be sure you know each dish intimately.
12.Have A Purpose: Working in a professional kitchen is a commitment. If you don’t love what you do or if you are in the business just for the money, you won’t last.