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Alan ... I'm curious which is "You". The molecular gastronomy / deconstruction Guy or the Diner Guy? Believe it or not ... I'm not cracking wise this time. LOL.
How many "Guys", and I'm talking regular guys, not TV celebrity chefs with brutally over-priced chic places, actually make a decent living from serving molecular gastronomy and deconstructed anything? If you want some serious business and profit ... open a real good diner within a block of those places. That way, the disappointed people that have eaten there, dropped a disturbing amount of $$$ and are leaving still hungry can go to your place and eat for real.
You're gonna get "Popeye" arms making omelets using a cast-iron pan. You'll get tired of that in one(1) shift or less.
OK. I'm not necessarily claiming this to be correct ... but I think, ... if you swap out the corned beef for turkey, it's a "Russian Reuben", and I'm pretty sure ... if you go with pastrami and cole slaw it's a "Rachel". Still yet, if you wanna go off the tracks Bohemian, you can use BBQ-sauce, and call it a "California Reuben". For Me, the classic, don't mess w/ the standard recipes sammiches, are (in no particular order) ... (drum roll please) ... the Reuben, the Monte...
OK ... What is creative? Here is the French Laundry menu: http://www.tkrg.org/upload/fl_menu.pdf LOL. You gotta pay $295 just to sit down. Creative? Now, picture Me, and a half-dozen homeless people, all sitting on stacks of milk-crates waiting for the Food Pantry truck to show up. I don't really know what will be unloaded on this given day, but I do know that I've got to feed +/- 100 people with whatever comes off. Most of the time I'm working with < $300 worth of...
Who's definition of creativity does anyone use? "Creative" is an interesting word. A lot of things are defined from vast multiple points from where anyone stands and from what direction they are looking.
WOW. Easy.
semantics . /səˈman(t)iks/ noun : the branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. There are a number of branches and subbranches of semantics, including formal semantics, which studies the logical aspects of meaning, such as sense, reference, implication, and logical form, lexical semantics, which studies word meanings and word relations, and conceptual semantics, which studies the cognitive structure of meaning. colloquial . \kə-ˈlō-kwē-əl\ adjective : used...
"CHEF" is just a vocabulary word. We work in kitchens ... It ain'te rocket surgery.
I just found that there is now a box-mix for "Red Lobster" buttery-cheesy house biscuits. I just made ... and ate, a batch. Someone please, say something nice about me if these are the last thing I eat. TIA.
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