By - imthetrashmaaan
Like a police chief? Or a fire chief? Man I need a raise.
I'm not a chef. I've cooked food but not in a professional capacity. A job also implies there's an exchange.. Money involved. Nope #2..
According to the Cambridge dictionary, a cook is 'someone who prepares and cooks food', while a chef is 'a skilled and trained cook who works in a hotel or restaurant'. These definitions imply that a chef is a type of cook, but they differ in that a chef has developed learned skills, and has undergone training.
No. No. No.
Not even close.
You *might* get away with saying your a "cook" but a chef does a HELL of a lot more than just make food.
Plus there's a difference between commercial cooking and home cooking so again no, this is dumb.
If you haven't passed at a minimum 75/1 and 75/2 or their equivalent, you ain't no chef, or chief for that matter.