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Baking 101

Due to watching cooking shows daily, I’ve started baking again. I used to baked brownies and cupcakes before but because of procastination, I always set it aside even though I have all the ingredients and materials I need. 70 more words

Cooks

The Value of Intrapreneurship and Loyalty

By Paul Sorgule, M.S., AAC

There is no question that as a cook moves toward the career goal of chef, he or she will need to transition to different properties along the way. 970 more words

Chefs

Waiting for an Exit

Waitress is next on the list of my first seven jobs. I was a pretty poor waitress, but sometimes it was fun. Yes, fun. One day during setup at a resort, we played stripper music on the jukebox and threw silverware around the dinning room, as if we were casting off clothes. 568 more words

Pardon me waiter, there's a dick in my soup!

I was talking to a friend of mine recently, and he was telling me about a woman he is seeing. He likes her a lot, but she is the type that sends her food back almost every time they go out to eat. 1,635 more words

Chuck Palahniuk

A catalogue of the kitchin furniture of John Bull Esqr.

“Satire on Bute’s alleged sale of public positions paralleled with Earl Talbot’s introduction of economies into the royal household. An auction is taking place in a large kitchen where, in the centre, Talbot, Lord Steward of the Household, instructs the auctioneer’s clerk at a table beneath the podium.

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Prints & Drawings

WHAT “HARVEST” MEANS TO A COOK

Summer is typically not a line cook’s favorite season. Sure, kitchens are always hot, but nothing compares to summer on the line. A cook comes from the heat of outside to the heat of the kitchen. 1,137 more words