While culinary schools and programs continue to sprout like mushrooms, fertilized by the popularity of celebrity chefs and TV food shows, apprenticeships as a route to a professional culinary career also are gaining new momentum.Though apprenticeships to reach chef status have long been tradition in European kitchens and Japanese sushi restaurants, they have been growing in demand in the United States for the past 10 years, according to the American Culinary Federation.The ACF said it has ...
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