Who are you?

We attach so much of our identity to being a chef, that our culture makes it sound like everything else takes second place. It’s a great tactic that helps us perform at our best in the kitchen, but it’s not the whole truth of who we are. Let’s not dismiss those other parts of our identity, whether we’re mothers, grandfathers, partners, friends, caretakers or neighbours. We might not always balance those roles perfectly alongside our careers, but we can accept that we’re well-rounded human beings.

Once again, who are you, besides a chef?

Identity: Who are you?

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