Day in the life of a Baking and Pastry Student
Virtual Tours by Students
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So the first thing I do when I wake up in the morning before labs is make coffee and eat breakfast. I I heard my uniforms typically on the weekend, so I do them Sunday night, so I have to do them throughout the week, and then I lay him out the night before. You do get your shit coat, your thermometer, your pants and your shoes with tuition, as well as an apron and a side towel. Used to I'm so good to see a little bit of what that's like when I get to class. So most chefs will want you in their lab 10 to 15 minutes before class starts. Then the first thing you'll do is unpack your knife kit and get a chair so you can be ready for a lecture so most chefs will actually go lecture before the class starts. Just they don't have to do at the end of the day. So what you do for production in class will vary day to day, based on what you're working on on that day. Here's an example of something I would normally do in a day. Mm. You know, you have this very dramatic. I come back to my room and I shower, and then I have lunch. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, I actually have a class at 2 p.m. On Mondays. Now I'm gonna take you guys on a tour of an empty classroom so you can see what a whole classroom looks like as well. We'll show you kick display that is set up in our pastry flour as well as some pictures of other things. You'd make another lapse besides bread. Yeah, so you cost segments are typically going to be 14 days. So foundations as cover all your bases, cookies, pies, tarts, cases everything from normal frosted cakes to wedding anniversary and specialty cakes, chocolates and confections covers all types of chocolate sugars and confectionery work. Your bread's classes will cover all things breads and breakfast, pastries and plated desserts. You will combine everything you've learned in other classes to make a presentation plate. Mhm. Yeah, You do not need any classical cooking or cooking or baking training, though it is beneficial to know a little bit of that general knowledge. Mhm. At the end of each class, you will have a practical and most of the time you will set up your finished products to look like they would in a display case in a bakery. Um, some classes, you will make bread sculptures and your kids class. You actually make a custom order cake based on an order you take. Every student is also required to take an internship, so you actually go work in the field. Your lab classes will typically be between 12 and 15 students. What have you Yes, all the chefs have experienced in their field. Um, two honorable mentions our chef Harry, pay Miller. He actually competed at the common, which is basically the Olympics of bread. Um, so he's world renowned for his bread sculptures as well as, um, Chef Duke.