Salvatore Taddeo Jr. – Culinary Arts – Cooking made fun!

Cooking as a profession is a career full of options and opportunity. Although many who attend culinary school are looking to begin a profession, some, like Sal Taddeo Jr of New Jersey, go to school to learn more about cooking and enjoy preparing food. Cooking is an activity that can often be considered a chore.


Those who prepare meals daily can lose sight of the artistic aspect of food preparation and lose motivation and creativity when cooking for themselves and other people.

Since preparing food will always be a part of everyday life, learning to make cooking fun can be beneficial for anyone who finds himself spending time in the kitchen. Attending culinary school, auditing cooking courses, or attending casual community cooking classes are a great way to learn more about cooking and provide inspiration for meals.

These courses are also a good way to build confidence and allow a person to feel more equipped when finding himself in a position of cooking for others.


Since cooking can sometimes feel like a burden for those who cook often at home, including others in the process can make cooking more enjoyable as well. Besides the feeling of lightening the load and sharing chores, cooking with others makes dinner time a more social occasion rather than a duty.

Salvatore Taddeo Jr. is a family man who enjoys spending time with his wife and children. Learning more about the culinary arts and sharing that knowledge and time with family has made cooking an enjoyable pastime and a hobby.





About Sal Taddeo Jr

Sal Taddeo Jr. is the President and CEO of Salangi Enterprises, a construction, consulting, and project management firm specializing in real estate and facility operations. Mr. Taddeo prides himself on helping other businesses expand in New Jersey, which helps stimulate the economy and provide jobs to his community. He hopes that his businesses are an example of how all businesses should be run in the community. Mr. Taddeo may be contacted at
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