US chef Dominique Crenn's call out for new chefs to join her team on her Instagram account today has been greeted with huge interest by the chef community.
The French-born, San Francisco based chef, who was the first female chef in the US to achieve three stars for her Atelier Crenn restaurant, writes:
"We are expanding our culinary team and looking for talented executive culinary positions. People with a vision for the future and a sense of leadership."
Crenn is a "poetic" chef as well as an active campaigner giving a voice to gender equality in the kitchen as well as sustainability. She has already committed to going meat-free in Atelier Crenn,Petit Crenn and Bar Crenn, and speaks regularly at events like Care's Ethical Chef Days, taking place later in the month.
There is only a trio of 3 Michelin star restaurants currently in San Francisco, including Quince and Benu, so this recruitment drive marks a great opportunity to cook at the highest level on a very visible platform, under the guidance of one of the best.
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