Ask a Chef: What Do You Wear to Work as a Chef?

Whether you dream of becoming a chef or already hold Michelin stars, dressing the part is essential. The attire you wear should convey professionalism, capability, and practicality. In this article, we delve into the historical significance of chef uniforms and interview Chef Matt Watts from Boqueria UES, a storied Spanish tapas restaurant in New YorkFIND OUT MORE |

May Chef of Chef Works: Gaby Lubaba

  Dubbed a “rising star” by the Mercury News, Chef Gaby Lubaba has been attracting visitors to her small-town bakery from across the Bay Area. Technically precise, yet filled with heart, everything that comes from East Bay Bakery is mind-blowingly delicious. Chef Works had the opportunity to speak to Gaby about her unique journey fromFIND OUT MORE |

How do chefs look for jobs

  “Too many cooks in the kitchen” is a phrase we’re all familiar with, but have you ever wondered how cooks get into the kitchen to begin with? If you’re curious about how to land a job as a chef, this guide is for you! Whether you’re an aspiring chef, an experienced chef, or aFIND OUT MORE |

How do chefs and line cooks beat the heat?

  If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen. For chefs and line cooks, that’s more than just a saying — it’s literal. Temperatures in the kitchen often exceed 100 degrees in the summer, with hot pans and simmering liquids all adding to a sweltering environment. And while chefs love the figurativeFIND OUT MORE |

April Chef of Chef Works: Jay Ziobrowski

Ever wondered what culinary paths exist outside of the restaurant? Chef Jay Ziobrowski, also known as “Chef Jay Z,” is one of Morrison Healthcare’s corporate R&D chefs. Those concepts you see at a Morrison-run hospital café, whether it be a grill concept or a chicken salad concept — Chef Jay Z and his team areFIND OUT MORE |