shef deh missyon
Chef de mission would be translated 'head of mission' in English.Pronunciation: Shef deh missyon.
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chef de anchor
A chef de partie is a staition chef in charge of particular area of production.
The plural of chef de partie is chefs de partie.
you will move up a rank in the kitchen e.g basic ranking is APPRENTICE>COMMIS>1ST COMMIS>2ND>3RD>DEMI CHEF DE-PARTIE> CHEF DE-PARTIE>SENIOR CHEF DE-PARTIE>JUNIOR SOUS CHEF>SOUS CHEF>SENIOR SOUS CHEF>EXECUTIVE SOUS CHEF> CHEF DE CUISINE>HEAD CHEF>EXECUTIVE HEAD CHEF
Chef de brigade was created in 1793.
: A chef de partie, also known as a "station chef" or "line cook", is in charge of a particular area of production. In large kitchens, each station chef might have several cooks and/or assistants. In most kitchens, however, the station chef is the only worker in that department. The Demi Chef de Partie is the chef who is next in charge after the chef de partie
Chef de partie is pronounced "shayf de party" in French.
In the French brigade system the order is as follows: Chef de Cuisine or Executive Chef Sous Chef Chef de Partie Commis Chef