Is it honourable for a man to be a chef or a cook?

January 19, 2007 7:52pm CST
In my country,women are majorly chefs or cooks and not men.I believe it is not didnifying enough for men to be a cook.
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5 responses
@xkaraix (596)
• Australia
21 Jan 07
Definately! As far as I'm aware the majority of chefs in my country are Male. Its quite rare to see a female chef.
@jojopuff (520)
• United States
20 Jan 07
I think it's awesome if a guy shows interest in cooking! :) My husband likes to help me cook sometimes, and I appreciate the help! I think it's perfectly fine if a guy wants to be a chef. If he enjoys cooking, why not? :) He can make money doing something he loves! :)
@Rasnie (1137)
• Indonesia
20 Jan 07
The opposite happen in my country, usually in some famous restaurant or hotel they use man as the chefs. I think that is honourable job for a man also.
@emeraldisle (13145)
• United States
20 Jan 07
It's quite common in other countries for men to be chefs or cooks. My thought is a man or a woman can do what ever position they want. They just need to be able to do it, either with the right knowledge or skills.
@mcmomss (2601)
• United States
20 Jan 07
In the US there are lots of male cooks. My dad did almost all the cooking when I was growing up. He was really good at it and he enjoyed it too.