Today, I am talking with highly experienced Private Chef Roger who has had a really impressive career having struggled in school and dropping out of college. He proves that experience can trump qualifications within the catering industry and if you get your head down and work hard in some of the highest level Michelin kitchens then you can learn all you need to know. He transitioned into the private sector and hasn’t looked back since, his first private chef role being in the most expensive private residence in London.
Roger certainly proves that a solid education is not always required to be successful and his stories of some of the things he has seen in some of his previous roles is just unbelievable!
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