Chef Crisis CALA BOH RENO 400
Illustration by Dan Bransfield

 

I work 12- to 14-hour days. This is only my third day off in a month. My social life is nonexistent. My friends are my co-workers. I work, I go home — that’s it. For women who hold families, marriages, and babies as priorities, this is not the field for them. You’re really married to your job.”
Kim Wells, head chef at Reno’s Skyline Kitchen & Vine

 

 

 

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