CYP Cook job with USAJobs


The CYP Cook performs various tasks or a sequence of tasks in food service preparation. Tasks consist of several steps that require attention to work operations and follow and established sequence of work. These tasks, which are summarized into categories related to food preparation and service, kitchen maintenance, and food storage, are summarized below.

Food Preparation and Service

Prepares all types of meats, poultry, seafood, vegetables, fruit sauces, and gravies for menus.

Prepare, cook, season, and portion food for all meals by following standardized recipes at different levels of difficulty and plan, regulate, and schedule cooking procedures so that

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1. Do big things with humble ingredients

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Cook County follows Chicago with COVID-19 vaccination mandate for patrons of restaurants, gyms and other businesses

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The mandate for suburban Cook County takes effect Monday, Jan. 3, as does Chicago’s.

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Cook better chicken with these classic techniques from The New York Times

Nearly 10 years ago, former New York Times food editor Amanda Hesser published a once-in-a-generation book, “The Essential New York Times Cookbook.” In its 2010 review, Saveur extolled the work as a “tremendously appealing collection of recipes that tells the story of American cooking.” In addition to being a New York Times bestseller, it went on to win a James Beard Award.

To mark the tin anniversary of her cookbook, Hesser, who is now the CEO of Food52updated the modern-day classic for a new contingency of home cooks living in a world impacted by a 

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