Who doesn't remember Swedish Chef from "The Muppet Show" or Isaac Hayes as Chef in "South Park"? It seems that every time we hear chefs voices they somehow get stuck in their mind. It could be the voice itself, cooking, or both. Usually, it is an almost equal measure.
These days, with more and more people working from home, cooking is getting more and more in vogue. But then, chef voices always have a sense of authority and getting things done in the bet manner possible, even including artistic elements. Whether it is a strn English voice of chef Gordon Ramsay, or voices of chefs speaking in English with strong foreign accents, often French or Italian, a chef's voice very often leaves an impression even if it is not talking only about cooking.
An ever-growing audience interested in food and cooking is an obvious first target group for a chefs voices. Whether it is cooking instructions a cooking reality show or a new food or cooking aid product, a chef's voice is probably the most suitable one to tell the story or present the facts. At the same time, chefs voices present the elements of experience, authority, seasoned professionalism and even artistic inclinations, that can be suitable for a numer of othr purposes.
A chef's voice has a very specific tone of voice, as he is constantly presenting cooking methods, or he is lodly demanding actions and response from his kitchen staff. He usually has a very specific tone of voice (Isaac Hayes as Chef), speaks with a strong English accent, whether it is British (Gordon Ramsay) or say Australian English (Curtis Stone) accent or with an foreign accent that is very often, along with French and Italian, Spanish or practically any other language.