CIT – Chef in Training
Intern Description – Chef
Intern Description – Chefs who apply for this position will develop culinary skills associated with the outdoors. Rocky McElveen is qualified in Regional Alaskan Organic cooking using garden produce, wild berries, plants, many species of fish from the river, plus an abundance of wild game. He can pass these culinary skills to you. Alaskan eating with class!
You will learn how to grow and to harvest fresh garden produce to prepare immediately for guests. Preparing wild game and wild caught fish is a true art and Rocky is a master at it. Rocky hosts well attended wild game dinners nationwide and will give you insights into this craft.
You will learn the art of cooking in a remote lodge with several types of stoves, deep fryers and even an underground “natural refrigerator” used by Alaskans and outfitters for centuries. You will learn how to serve guests, develop proper timing of food preparation so that it is hot and ready to eat and how to prepare lunches that stay fresh in the field for clients.
You will develop skills that won’t be learned in any traditional culinary school.
Alaska, USA’s largest state yet remote from the main continent, offers a spectacular wilderness to experience. Thoughts of Alaska evoke dreams of larger-than-life scenic outdoors. These aren’t wisps of imagination. They are supported by incredible hunting & sport fishing experiences. All can be yours! Moose! Interior Brown Bear! Caribou! Wolverine! Wolves! The hunt of a lifetime!