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Living in a rural county, my amount of chef friends are limited and while talking to my "normal" and sane friends they get bored of restaurant related talk. The kind of people who don't understand why the special requests tickets infuriate every person on the line and makes us sing the McDonald's commercial theme.

 

I'm glad I've found an area to talk to some peers. Glad to be here.

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My kitchen in the middle of the desert

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My kitchen in the middle of the desert

A Hui Hou (until we met), ALOHA!

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Can I get the chicken, but with the sauce from the pork, but I want the side dish from the salmon? But steamed intsead of roasted? LOL been there brother feel your pain. But I am becoming more sensitive to special orders, as I now work in direct contact with all the guests at our lodge. I always thought of myself as a stone cold line cook, and I find myself making a grilled cheese sando special request when I have put out a full 5 course banquet spread that took all day to prepare! It is tough to please everybody, but actually getting to see the appreciation when someone gets that special order is pretty cool. Nice to meet you and see you on the boards.

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