Without a prep cook, a kitchen comes grinding to a halt. Prep cooks are tasked with preparing all the ingredients that’ll eventually be turned into dishes by the line cooks, and that means portioning meat, poultry, fish, and seafood; shredding or slicing cheese; preparing sauces and dressings; chopping and slicing produce; and labelling, dating, and storing everything in the right place. It also means keeping their station clean and sometimes helping out in the dish pit or on the line.
It’s a huge list, but it makes it extremely easy to understand the responsibilities of a prep cook and the impact they have on a restaurant. It can be a high-stress job — they have the whole flow of the kitchen on their shoulders — but if a prep cook is organized and great at multitasking, they’ll find the job gets easier as their knife skills get sharper.
EVEN IN THE WINTER MONTHS, IT IS STILL VERY BUSY AND WE NEED TO ADD TO OUR TEAM. IF YOU HAVE A PASSION FOR FOOD AND LOVE WORKING AS A TEAM THEN GIVE US A CALL.
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