The Characteristics Of A Kitchen

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Imagine you are in your favorite French restaurant, enjoying the delicious food with your lovely ones. Orange color lightings are shining on the walls which are decorated by wooden frames with rural scenery paintings. A waiter smiles at you asking if you would like more wine. You appreciate his hospitality and agree to pour more wine into the glass. Everything here is just so wonderful that makes you want to spend more time in this place. However, please pause for a second and start to think about the chef who is fixing these lovely meal for you. What does he look like? What kind of personality does he have? You will never be able to know the answers to these questions if you do not physically go to the back kitchen and take a look yourself.…show more content…
They are organization, focus, and collaboration. Since there are more than one chefs in the kitchen, we would not be able to use one person to answer the questions mentioned in the first paragraph. However, everyone in the kitchen have these three characteristics which are the requirements I find out as a qualified chef. In this essay, I will prove these three truths as being a chef by describing the layout and analyzing the characteristics of the kitchen from the space. The description will consist details such as lighting of the kitchen, functions of objects inside, and even things that are not in the…show more content…
A successful chef has to be focus on cooking when he/she is in the kitchen. Inside the image, we can see that everything, the steel table, the containers, vegetables, seasoning, plates, all serve a purpose during cooking. On the other hand, the kitchen does not have chairs for the chefs to sit on and take a break, does not contain a flat screen TV which could play football games for them to watch and get distracted, and it certainly does not have a ping pong table for the chefs to play on when they feel bored. All of these evidences indicate one truth, which is telling the chefs to focus on cooking when they are in the
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