Whether you’re cooking for one or entertaining a live audience with lots of pizzazz, the Food Network has a chef for you. Which chef’s techniques, flavors, and style speak to you? Take this quiz to find out!
What's the main reason you cook?
It gives me an excuse to yell a lot
Cooking is science, and the kitchen is my lab
To make food sexy
Because the alternative is going back to Ramen and PB&J
What's your favorite kind of food to make?
Simple meals with simple ingredients
Spicy stuff. Can you handle it?
Your secret ingredient (you do have one, right?) is...
You're most likely to take a vacation from your busy career as a chef in which location?
I don't have time for vacations!
I'd prefer a "stay-cation" and enjoy time at home with family
The greatest cooking invention of all time has got to be...
My unique blend of herbs and spices
The charcoal grill
My grandmother's recipe box
Who is always the first person rushing to the kitchen to taste your food?
My significant other
My neighbors/dinner guests/random strangers who saw me cooking through the kitchen window
How do you feel about cooking in a restaurant?
I'd rather cook in front of a big audience
I'd rather cook for a small, intimate group of people
Only if it is a little mom and pop restaurant
I'd rather not - I'd waste too much time trying to explain every step to the staff
You don't feel like cooking tonight. Which kind of restaurant do you head to?
I'll just get my significant other to cook for me
A diner or dive bar
A family restaurant
Blasphemy. I ALWAYS feel like cooking!
Where do you write down most of your recipes?
On an index card
In a computer spreadsheet; searchable by cuisine, ingredient name, difficulty... you get the idea
In my notebook
On the back of a dirty napkin
If you could give one piece of advice to budding chefs out there, what would it be?
"Kick it up a notch!"
"Keep calm, and always have a change of clothes on hand in the kitchen."
"Even a place with roaches and cigarette butts can make good food (but this is not legal advice)."
"Act like a five-year-old. Always ask 'Why?' and 'How Come?'"