5 February 2014
People wonder about the point of making food look creative. The point is simply to make a dish look beautiful and appealing, bringing new flavors to the dish. There is a high level of creativity that’s being used in the culinary arts field as we speak. Creativity plays an important role, because if the dish that your preparing don’t look eatable wouldn’t nobody eat it. It also brings new things to the dish that did not exist before. The culinary arts field is all about enthusiasm, passion, and creativity.
Some students went to school for culinary arts because they wanted to learn about the proper techniques in cooking and how it affected the way food could look. For example, when students go to college and take culinary arts classes they get a chance to participate in scholarship competitions, not only do they compete they have to make two creative dishes off of raw talent. They stared off teaching them about exotic cuisine and cooking techniques they never used before. The chef instructor and coordinator Richard Weber starts with a short lecture that will explain to them why creativity is such an important thing to them. That would guide those who wanted to learn more about creativity, without the help of the classes, which later leads to the desire of wanting to come out with their own line of special dishes. Their experience with different chef instructors and executive chefs inspire them to approach Weber job.
Although there are many ways to be creative with food, using the way ones being taught is the easiest. Some of these culinarians that’s being creative today started that the very bottom, like most of chefs does. While others just went straight to being a chef because of how good they were. The scholarship competition draws out a complete outline on how to go about the steps of being creative with food. This competition shows people that they can achieve any goal that they want to...
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