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Executive chefs oversee all kitchen staff, food preparation and cooking activities in a facility or for several restaurants in an establishment or chain. Most of their time is spent outside of the kitchen researching and responding to trends in the food industry, planning and writing menus, budgeting and financial planning, and participating in business development. The executive chef also recruits and hires staff, supervises their activities and instructs cooks in preparation, cooking, garnishing and presentation of food.Responsibilities:
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