Cooking for Profit: Catering and Food Service Management (Classic Reprint)by Alice Bradley
Cooking is essentially woman's profession. From the dawn of history she has prepared the food for the family. Good cooking is a fine art. It is as well the most useful of the arts. Of the old time arts, it alone remains for the most part in the home. The final preparation of food to eat only
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Cooking is essentially woman's profession. From the dawn of history she has prepared the food for the family. Good cooking is a fine art. It is as well the most useful of the arts. Of the old time arts, it alone remains for the most part in the home. The final preparation of food to eat only has not been nearly completely commercialized and made a factory industry. The demand for home-cooked food still remains well nigh universal.
If you are about to choose a useful profession, if you are suddenly thrown on your own resources and need to earn money, then, provided you have a love for cooking and some proficiency in it, a wide field of sendee is open to you. People must eat to live. Everyone likes good things to eat and many are able and willing to pay liberally for well cooked food. Good cooking is the first essential to success in .all lines of food service. Many a woman today enjoys a good income because she was in the first place a good cook.
Profitable Openings for an Expert Cook
The following are some of the avenues open to the woman who can cook some particular things particularly well:
1. Regularly cook special dishes to fill private orders.
a. At your own home.
b. In the home of your patrons.
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