Is it possible to get a doctorate's degree in culinary school? It would be kind of cool to be a doctor chef... sorry, random thoughts..
I think.

At Johnson and Wales I think you can do it at their Rhode Island school.
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afterward i thought about it and was like "wow, i just jerked off to a chubby girl sucking off a horse. i'm disgusting".

then i watched that segment again
Yes. When you are in a restaurant, and someone suffers from a case of foodal chokage, and the great Dr Drake Romero can't help, then you can leap to the fore and save the day!

and my last statement was incredibly wrong.

i think it mainly depends where you're training. if you're in america, you can get degrees, bachelor, etc.

but with european training (which is generally regarded as the best, mostly in places like france) it seems to be different, it seems to count more as to WHO and WHERE you were training under as opposed to how many books you read.

also in america, there's the American Culinary Federation (ACF) and you can become certified through them as well, it seems to be more well regarded than more usual certification thru colleges.
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