Hotel Chef: Supervises, coordinates, and contributes to the activities of cooks and other kitchen personnel engaged in preparing and cooking foods in hotel, restaurant, cafeteria, or other establishment. Trains workers in task performance. Determines food consumption, and requisitions or purchases foodstuffs, supplies, and equipment.
Receives and examines foodstuffs and supplies to ensure quality and quantity meet established standards and specifications. Selects and develops recipes based on type of food to be prepared and applying personal knowledge and experience in food preparation. Supervises personnel engaged in preparing, cooking, and serving meats, sauces, vegetables, soups, and other foods. Cooks or otherwise prepares food according to recipe. Cuts, trims, and bones meats and poultry for cooking. Portions cooked foods, or gives instructions to workers as to size of portions and methods of garnishing. Carves meats. May maintain time and payroll records. May employ, train, and discharge workers. May supervise kitchen staff, plan menus, purchase foodstuffs, and not prepare and cook foods. (Source: eDOT Job Description) [-] Less
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