Why Do So Many Chefs Have Tattoos?

Back in the early- to mid-2000s, a powerful trend in the industry began gaining overwhelming strength. The tattoo became a symbol for not only one being a lover of rock ’n’ roll and punk, but also for working with knives, fire, and sweaty, tough conditions. It became a statement to how serious you were as a cook or a chef. The more tattoos you had and the more the ink displayed food-related images, the more passion you had for your craft, in many people’s eyes. See the video to know more.


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