Why chefs and bakers are mostly males? Do most of the females are distracted to cook/bake the order in the restaurants?
- Anonymous1 year ago
This isn't true at all. Maybe more FAMOUS ones are male. You'll have to ask the people who made them famous.
- JohnLv 71 year ago
I've heard it said that much of it comes from the traditions of French cuisine. High restaurants, elegant dining and culinary schools were a male club for a century or more. That has changed greatly and continues to change. Watch the competitions on the Food Network - at least half of the chefs are women.
- ckngbbblsLv 71 year ago
thats only true on television, not in real life and also depends on where you live.
I spent 25 years as a chef...there were both men and women doing both baking and cooking where ever I worked.
- pattyLv 61 year ago
it can be a heavy job maybe
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- CliveLv 71 year ago
Perhaps you could ask a question in English.
- BenLv 51 year ago
Well it's more of a strictly work/job type thing whereas the woman "tend the house" and so might more likely be the host/hostesses or whatever in a restaurant environment, something that involves more chatting and socializing.
- GuardianLv 71 year ago
Luck of the draw on gender.
In some cultures, men do the cooking. In the US, it's primarily women.
So... it depends on that too.