I wasn't trying to ensenuate that your food is bad or subpar, I was simply making a point that even if it was very very good it could be made better and faster with proper teamwork. And your right, I can't comment specifically on your situation and the place you work, I was merely commenting on the posts you made which made it seem like you are terretorial and over-protective of your station and belongings, to the point that it might seem detrimental to the kitchen. That's all. If you say it's otherwise, I will of course take you at your word because there is no way I could possibly know otherwise.
I was only using slicing meat to help you out as an example. I wasn't implying that you need help slicing meat specifically, it was just an imagined scenario that I envisioned might happen where you work. Again, nothing specific to you.
I dunno. Maybe I'm wrong, you just seem awfully territorial about your stuff. I guess it personally doesn't bother me. I suppose that if you have a bunch of dunces working next to you, it may. I just personally feel that the attitude you seem to exhibit is destructive rather than constructive, and I took issue with it.
I understand about crossover, believe me, but I would be just as mad if I saw someone next to me just standing there while I'm getting slammed with pick-ups and whatnot. It doesn't take much beyond simple communication to work together...and if you work in a small kitchen with the same crew everyday then I would assume that you all know each other pretty well and can anticipate and help without much explanation.
Personally, it wouldn't bother me if someone used my utensils or towels, assuming that they put them back where they belong. Maybe that is your issue, them not them taking it but taking it and not putting it back.
Last thing I will say, and please don't take this as me being a jerk, but please try and punctuate your sentences and paragraphs. It's hard to read and respond to run on sentences and such.