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Hello from ATL!

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Hey guys!

 

I'm a long-time lurker for this forum and finally took the plunge :crazy:.

 

I've got a ton of industry knowledge and have held many different positions in restaurants, both fast-casual and full service. I do work for a supplier now in Atlanta but I'm not a spammer. That's actually what held me up from joining, haha. Happy to be here, you guys are so friendly!

 

-B

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Aloha, Welcome to Chef Talk bryan.

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Cook On!!

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Welcome we are always glad to have someone from the field to share their knowledge.

Thanks,

Nicko 
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Thanks,

Nicko 
ChefTalk.com Founder
All About Braising: The Art of Uncomplicated Cooking
All About Braising: The Art of Uncomplicated Cooking
Bacon (I made)
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I think mine may be experience more than knowledge. But, without experience knowledge is difficult to achieve. Burns that leave scars are the best learning tool!  :lol:

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I've been burned the worst by coworkers! My Sous Chef didn't drain the fryer basket before flipping 375degrees of oil all over my wrists!! We were in the middle of a lunch rush, so I stuck my hands in some ice, broke off a piece of aloe and kept on truckin.
Another time I cracked the oven to get a baker, the executive chef/owner shut it with his knee.. I pulled out as fast as I could, but it pulled back a few layers of skin on the way out. Ahhhhh, good times.
BTW, how do you get the animated smiley faces?
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