All Careers Advice

  • Have you been working in the restaurant industry for some years now? Maybe you’ve worked your way up to head chef level? Your next move could be general manager of a kitchen or restaurant, or even a position as a private chef – how good would that be?!
  • If like Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson in the film ‘The Bucket List, you have a few things you’d like to tick off your own ‘Things to Do Before You Die’ list, Vegas is most definitely the place to go. The fact is, you can do almost anything in the US hotspot known as ‘Sin City’.
  • With Summer *just* around the corner, we’re all raring to book a spot of sun. It’s all about having something to take our mind off the sun teasing Spring days and the fact that Christmas is long gone – as well as the merriment that comes with it.
  • Big foodie? For you, it might not be enough to simply head to a great hotel - you might also want to ensure it offers equally great food, too...
  • Man’s best friend: he’s called that for a reason – and we say it’s because you rarely spend any time apart. And none so is that more apparent than at the weekend, when man and pooch head out for a long-awaited stroll and a visit to the pub.
  • There’s a lot to be said for a chain hotel. The first plus point is you tend to know what you’re getting with a tried and trusted brand – and often, you know that if the service wasn’t quite up to scratch, it will (probably) be dealt with correctly and quickly too.
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  • There is no real secret formula to being a great chef; some people have it and others just don’t. It’s probably the same reason some of us are arty – and can create something wonderful when a pencil hits a sheet of paper – and others are instead great problem solvers.
  • If you’re to believe the British press, the Duchess of Cambridge recently enrolled on a two-week course at Leiths cookery school in a bid to brush up her skills in the kitchen. Of course, we mere mortals might not have a budget like Kate’s, or probably the free time, but there are still a number ...
  • Never has cooking been more dominant on TV than it seems to be today. With that in mind, then, the chances are you can reel off at least half a dozen names of top UK chefs with little to no thought. But what about the chefs making waves in France; can you name just as many?
  • Pocketed a cool work bonus just in time to see out the end of summer? There’s a host of things you can spend it on; a break away with your friends, or a few decent nights out. But how about throwing caution to the wind and putting it towards a really good meal at one of the UK’s best fine dining ...
  • You don’t have to be a trained chef to have a go at recreating some of the dishes you’d find in top restaurants the world over. If you’ve got a passion for food and plenty of patience, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with giving Michelin-style food a go at home.
  • You’ve heard the expression: ‘all the gear and no idea’, well here’s a new one: ‘all the gear and every idea!’ And by that, of course, we mean someone who’s as committed to doing something properly – be it a new skill or job – as they are in ensuring they have all the equipment they need to do it.
  • Every great chef has to start his or her culinary journey somewhere, with the commis chef being most cooks’ route into the role. As a commis chef, you’re well on your way to working your way up and becoming head of the kitchen, but it won’t happen without a lot of hard graft first.
  • If you love nothing more than getting cosy on the couch, mug of tea in hand and Saturday Kitchen on the box, it’s likely you’re also a big foodie. And a passion for food generally comes with an ambition to follow in the footsteps of people like Saturday Kitchen presenter, James Martin.
  • So you want to be a chef? The first thing you should know is it isn’t an easy profession to do well in. Possibly even above having a talent for the skill is also having the sheer passion to succeed; it’s a high-pressured environment. In fact, it’s probably how the phrase: “if you can’t stand the ...
  • While starting salaries for sous-chefs are fairly modest, make it to the top of your game and you could be earning hundreds of thousands of pounds. All for doing what you love, too; it can’t be bad!
  • Win a weekend trip to Paris for 2 and a Michelin star meal! You can find out more on the rules and regulations for the competition in more detail below but first check out our 5 steps below to get the general idea…
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