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I used to cook breakfast at a place (my first line cooking gig) that did their eggs on the flat top, with rings to keep them circular. These rings would get slightly bent, allowing some of the white to leak out. We always kept the far right burner off, and would do the eggs near that end. Any egg white that seeped out was trimmed off with the spatula, flicking the offending white to the cool side of the grill. Many time upon flipping, the egg yolks would break,...
Yes, cooking the roasts separately in the two deck ovens will be faster, all things being equal.
Still remember old Saturday Night Live show where John Belushi would do his Joe Cocker impersonation, and one time Joe gets up on stage with him, Joe happily joining in on the joke. Classy guy, and so talented. He will be missed.
Had a dishwasher call in because he couldn't find his shoes. Told him the day shift disher would loan him his shoes, so come on in. He showed up, with orange Converse on. "I thought you couldn't find your shoes?" "Oh, these are different ones." I always pictured him sitting around with his friends before work, not wanting to come in, and his buddies saying "they can't make you work without shoes, tell them you have no shoes."   Same place, different guy, called in...
Wish I could relocate and try this.  I lived in Independence for almost a year in '76 and briefly dated Jenny of Jenny's cafe (of course she didn't have the cafe then, we were in high school). :)
I agree, a grill is as you noted in your first bullet point. However, when someone asked for their sandwich grilled, it is never on that piece of equipment.
'06 Mustang GT. Put 138k miles on so far, taken a few trips up to Seattle and down to Frisco.
Most shelving units ship with 4 shelves. These units are usually built identical to each other, each shelf being at the the same level as shelves on other units. Reorganizing items by height (gallon mustard, relish, olives, etc. all on one shelf) can usually reduce dead space (space above items and below upper shelf), and allow you to add more shelving.
Par-cooking and then portioning allows you to cut the chicken with a dull house knife.
 
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