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Line Cook: Lauren

1) Do you need a specific degree or certification to perform this job?

A degree is not necessary. There is a lot of debate in the industry between those of us who went to school and those that didn’t. 416 more words

Creative Positions

VA - Super MT [SUPPLY008]

The first Supply showcase: four label-newcomers range with veteran authority from deep house to driving techno. The opener is a grooving house burner: an infectious loop and low-slung drums build triumphantly. 54 more words


Off-Site Event: Surf & Turf on the Pier

After a morning adventure with Honey Bunny for brunch and browsing our favorite Swedish furniture store, I headed to the restaurant to help Chef load up the car for the off-site event (and to drop off some well-received pastries for the guys). 877 more words


Week 10: Five in a Row

Working five days in a row at the restaurant (Tuesday through Saturday) is no joke. I’m exhausted but it’s the happy-tired that comes with devoting all of your energy to something that you’re passionate about and that feeling is priceless. 490 more words


Flying Solo: My First Terrine

Lightning speed update before I run out to the restaurant. Friday is Station-mate’s day off so it was my first day flying solo on Charcuterie for prep (service I was not so nervous about). 286 more words


The Learning Continues: Buttering Terrines

So like I mentioned yesterday, we all got a late start to our day today since we were a bit overstaffed for prep but the sous chefs could not pare down the crew and send anyone home since everyone would be needed for service later on. 364 more words