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Amusing Storie

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I am a frelenace relief chef / chef consultant in the Uk, yesterday I got called out (emergency) to a small hotel with a busy restaurant, I was told it is an Italian menu. I thought to myself that it might be a little tricky, but at least the chef will be able to tell me in english what he wants. WRONG

When I turned up the Chef and CDP were ......... wait for it .....
HUNGARIAN !!! That was the hardest service I have ever been through.

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Only in America.

Wait. I guess also in the UK.
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I'm afraid to ask what language you ended up communicating in (sign language- ?) Good thing food is fairly universal! What a day! Congrats for surviving! :chef:
Bon Vive' !
Bon Vive' !
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re: Amusing Storie

It took me a while to translate frelenace (freelance), but to help Hungarians cook Italian food reminds me of a restaurant in New York City. I may not have the name correct, but you will get the idea. Abe Cheng's Kosher Pizza. Those of you in NYC will have the real name.
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