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Before I worked in a food plant and was forced to wear steel toed shoes I swore by my Dansko Pro clogs.. they came in open back or closed back and were the most comfortable kitchen footwear I had.  Not cheap thoug... $160 per pair but they lasted forever...
Lots of those kind of places are opening up in my neighbourhood right now and yeah it's also becoming hipster hell....   I have eaten in a couple of them.. food was ok... doubt I'd return though...
I would love to be able to wear a skirt at work but I doubt it would conform to SQF standards...     So for falling down pants the best thing I have found is to get one size smaller than what you need to get.  In the beginning your waistband will be a little snug but with time the elastic will wear and you will have comfy pants.   
Congrats!!!     And we just got through Thanksgiving Hell... I need a breather before I even begin to think about Christmas...
Vynil Cafe on CBC radio.....    Stortytelling and Canadian music  .... and the host is really good 
I wonder if it is suppliers do it again?   One of our major suppliers has run out of three key ingerdients we need for production.....how on earth does that happen?   They are importers and well should by now know the demand from us and their other clients.... and yet they are out stuff...     When we finally can get our supplies we are in the kelp forest with how delayed we are and we have to catch those menu items up.....  Good news is management will never let us down...
Her time is coming to an end... just a few more weeks and she is back at school.   Her boss did hire the one summer student who is not returning to school but he is on a hiring spree and he is hoping my daughter will be back at Christmas and she will if she cannot get a work placement for that time for her course at school
sorry typing is not my thing...that should have read pastry chef
@Chefross  I didn't mention that one of those summer students is my daughter.... she is taking the paralegal course in school but at first thought she wanted to be a pasty chef.  They LOVE her at work.... she works hard, does what they tell her and when she is done for the day and her shift isn't over she will come to my side of the plant and ask if chef has anything for her do to or can she go make boxes until the end of her shift.   I helped her get the job last year...
Foodpump I have a cellphone and it's location is in the cabinet in the dining room I think?   I got a pay as you go deal when we went to Chicago and the school wanted us to be in contact and I used it for a bit but then.... I keep forgetting it...  If someone needs to get ahold of me they have my email and home phone number and if I am really close to them they have my apple id and they can get me on messenger on my ipad....
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