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New to this site long.time cooking international experience in Florida love the business love the.people.love to.talk if I can help.anyone ask
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Welcome to Chef Talk, ChefAl68. We're always happy to have another veteran here in the mix of home cooks, culinary students, young professionals and everyone in between. Our members hail from all over the globe, all ages making for a great amalgamation of ideas. To keep things going smoothly we ask all members to read the Community Guidelines here: http://www.cheftalk.com/a/community-guidelines

 

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It's funny I came in very young I was eleven it was a job I was hooked in a week I was sous there inside three years. I love the bussiness. It has had good bad and ugly I have worked it all. Still want my own sous vide machine. Love talking about the joy when u bump into a guest or client when u are not at restaurant and they tell u how much they enjoyed it is why I stay in this business. Look forward to chatting with others here
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