I love food; I love to eat. I smile the most when I’m eating my favorite meal, which happens to be a fully loaded shrimp po’boy with fries on the side if anyone was wondering. So in saying that, if I could do what I love the most, I would be a chef because they bring the gift of great food to the people of the world. In order to become a chef I would first apply to the Institute of Culinary Education in New York, which is regarded as one of the best culinary schools in the nation. Once accepted, I would complete the career-training program in Culinary Arts. I would then seek to work under the tutelage of the some of the nation’s most renowned chefs such as Bobby Flay, B. Smith or even the lovable Gordon Ramsay. After I established a name for myself, I would open my own restaurant in Washington, D.C. After a few years, I would begin to open a chain of restaurants across the globe, but with a twist. My restaurants in impoverished regions would not charge guests for their meals, which would allow those who would usually go hungry to eat for free. It’s a crime to me that people have to pay for food; eating is a human necessity and it is heartbreaking to know that some people die because they can’t afford nourishment. I would find a way to maintain these restaurants and continue to fight hunger in the world.