MENTORS IN CROWD COOKING
Found 7 Mentors.
Why I want to be mentor: Due to our experience.
Lesson Learned: Plan ahead.
Tip: Remember it is just as easy to cook for 200 people as it is for 2, the only thing that is different is the amount you cook.
Why I want to be mentor: To share my knowledge.
Lesson Learned: You can make a meal out of a few ingredients...........just explorer your mind and kitchen.
Tip: Cook from the heart and never limit yourself, if you can see it happening you can do it.
Park Forest, IL
Why I want to be mentor: I enjoy what I do and love to assist other people having questions and problems
Lesson Learned: how to purchase enough food, how to keep food hot and how to get everything done at the same time
Tip: Always have the proper pan to prepare the food and always have someplace to store preprared food
Why I want to be mentor: I\'ve come to learn that there is etiquette when hosting a party. It\'s really not something you throw together and I have first hand knowledge and skill when it comes to that.
Lesson Learned: Time, management, crowd pleasing and the importance of RSVp\'s.
Tip: Hospitality is the key to hosting a great party, multi-tasking while keeping a smile on your guest face is a skill that should come natural but can be learned. Always smile even when the pressure is on.
Why I want to be mentor: I\'ve got the experience to help the ones that are learning to cook and etc.
Lesson Learned: The best ways of keeping your food from spoiling,the amounts per person
Tip: Try to keep the menu to what taste the people you are cooking for has
Why I want to be mentor:
Lesson Learned: that the intent that the cook has when cooking is very important to the outcome of the dish!
Tip: plan your cooking projects
Why I want to be mentor: Former professional caterer, and chef at a camp where I cooked for 150 at a time. And hey, with six kids (including 3 teenage boys), every single meal is cooked for a crowd these days! Lots of experience, lots of advice to share...
Lesson Learned: Timing is everything, and you can never have a pot too big.
Tip: Master timing, and the rest is easy. Spend extra time planning so that you can finish everything on time!