Now listen to two students discussing the article.
Did you see that article?
Yeah—and it sounds like a great idea.
It's really good for the students in that program.
Don't they cook in class anyway?
Well, yeah, they do…
But my cousin was in the program a few years ago, and she said that it's very different to cook for a lot people in that kind of atmosphere than to cook for classmates.
Why is that?
Well, in class, you can take your time, but cooking for more people there is more pressure.
I mean you are in a rush, people are waiting, and it might be easy to make a mistake with all that stress.
Then they'll think you are a bad chef right?
So, OK, its good practice.
But what about the extra cost?
Well, look at it this way.
You've eaten at some of the fancier restaurants in town right?
Well, there are some great places to eat around here.
Well, these students...they'll be making fantastic meals and it's gonna be cheaper than going out to one of those restaurants.
Much cheaper actually.
So, you know, it would be worth it.
The meal will be as good as the ones in those expensive restaurants.