This article originally appeared on MUNCHIES in October 2014. Earlier this week, British chef Tom Kerridge stirred up controversy by remarking that although he liked “girls in the kitchen,” he felt that women lack “a lot of that fire in a chef’s belly you need,” and that “That’s probably why there [are] not so many female chefs.” We asked two-Michelin-starred chef Dominique Crenn to share her thoughts on his comments. I am often asked, “What is it like to be a female chef?” Even though I have been asked this question for years, every time I’m caught off guard. I am a female, and have always been, and hence know no differently. And because I am a chef by profession,[…]