One woman among the finest 106 three star restaurant chefs. Anne Sophie Pic was groomed by both a 3 star father and grandfather. Only 10 women overall earned stars, among approximately 2500 Michelin starred restaurants.
Glass ceiling in cooking?
Are women prevented from cooking? Prevented from opening their own restaurant to make it to fame? Or does Michelin’s female director discriminate against women in their rating? How does the evil patriarchy prevent women from becoming a top cook?
Most woman in the world, but not many men, learn how to cook. So it can not be for lack of female practitioners. It is alleged, but in no way proven, that dearth of female practitioners is the cause of lack of female success in chess, snooker, darts. In tennis the reason is probably the lack of athletic prowess in women, which does not prevent women from earing more in Wimbledon tennis, and for getting promoted as firemen (ahem firefighters) with equal pay in spite of lowered standards in physical fitness which hampers woman’s capacity to lug victims out of harm’s way.
Anyone who can name a field where women out-do men in the very top echelon, please speak up in the comment section.
The Michelin guide selects the best kitchen chefs, the best cooks in the world.
The guide awards one to three stars to a small number of restaurants of outstanding quality. One star indicates a "very good cuisine in its category", a two-star ranking represents "excellent cuisine, worth a detour," and three stars are awarded to restaurants offering "exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey". A three-star Michelin ranking is rare. As of late 2009, there were 26 three-star restaurants in France, and only 81 in the world. Michelin Guide | Wikipedia
Women are actually moving up, from total insignificance to a scant percent. This improvement could be due to some affirmative action or rating biased in favor of women. Or do modern women work harder, work like men? (See Warren Farrell).
A record 10 women chiefs at starred restaurants in latest Michelin guide
But women began to challenge male dominance in the industry with a record 10 female head chefs at starred restaurants, up from six last year.
The guide’s editor, Derek Bulmer, said: "For the first time we are seeing women reach the top jobs in starred restaurants. Ten years ago we would not have seen this.
"If it continues at the same rate it’s no longer going to be the male dominated industry that it traditionally has been."
We will see if women will out-perform men as chefs in the remote future.
Male variance is greater
Evolution equipped men with larger variance on almost all traits like intelligence and math ability 2 3 4. This is due to the fact that in the EEA almost all women, but only the top men procreated and had offspring. So men (red curve in graph) take greater risks and are thus over-represented on the top (CEO, Nobel prize, world champions, and top cooks) and on the bottom (homeless, retarded, criminal). Compared to women (blue curve) that cluster towards the middle.
This is why quotas on the top are inherently unjust, in spite of the world’s politicians having been brain washed by feminist ideology. Interestingly, even in Norway, where women have mandatory 40% quotas on company boards, these board elect CEOs that are mostly male.
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