The Making of a Chef: Mastering Heat at the Culinary Institute of America Short Essay - Answer Key

Michael Ruhlman
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1. How did Michael feel when he saw himself in the chef's uniform for the first time?

When Michael saw himself in the chef's uniform for the first time he had an out of body experience. He looked in the mirror and saw himself but also saw someone else. He said that he hadn't worn a uniform since high school football and it felt strange to once again be wearing a uniform.

2. How did Michael describe the outfit that Chef Pardus wore to Skills class?

Michael described Chef Pardus's outfit as similar to that of the students, but fancier. On Chef Pardus's jacket there were fancy white buttons and green and gold stripes on the collar. His hat was also similar to the students, but an inch or two taller.

3. What type of impression did Michael make on Chef Pardus when he arrived in class for the first time?

When Michael arrived in Chef Pardus's class for the first time he made a negative impression. The impression was negative for several reasons. The first was that Michael was late arriving to class. The second was that Michael's uniform was incomplete; he was missing his hat and neckerchief.

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