creamed whore's rash = creamy horseradish
butt cream = butter cream sauce
and I even found some left over roast beef lebeled "beef curtains" that gave me a nice chuckle at 6am
We had a "clever" FOH supervisor change all the waitstaff's names on the squirrel pos terminals to match their "personalities". Most were just funny "binky, fluffoid, fancy boy", etc. but one unfortunate gal got a reference to her being, well, let's just say a "fun and very enthusiastic date".
FOH supervisor didn't quite think through that these names would print on customer checks. He got spanked.
Hopefully this spaking isn't referencing his very enthusiastic date.
Greyeagle I laughed so hard at your post! Good thing your owner had a sense of humour about it.
Mis-shapen vegetables.. they can be fun.. I have seen carrots that could do bodily harm, and cucumbers that can really let your imagination wander. This poor homefry must have been cut from a huge potato as it was six times bigger than his counterparts. We were bored that day so we named him Potato Six and one of the cooks shot a video. (anyone who has me on FB can see the video and yes the female voice and laughter in the background is me)
Yeah we were bored that day... it was the end of lunch and we were getting ready to start shutting down when we saw the monster!
I am SO glad I came across this thread after venturing out from the pastry chef's forum. I laughed my ass off. My favorite mis-labels to date are:
"Ron Cake" = Rum cake (who the hell is "Ron" anyway?)
"I'm so sorry chef" = a whole sheet pan of bacon that was burnt
"Danish Hamlet" = diced ham that we didn't want the night shift to use (we knew they wouldn't understand)
"Good Stuff" = chicken salad we all liked a lot
However, the health department didn't see the humor in any of this, so we were careful to label appropriately on the other sides of each container just in case.