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Flying Fried Chicken

Whoever said chickens can’t fly clearly has not worked with me. It’s with mixed emotions (fondness, incredulity, confusion, anger, frustration and eye-rolling) that I recall my first month on the job in a world-renown kitchen. 461 more words

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Fools in April and Roquefort

Since I’ve written about cheese over the last few weeks, this story seemed rather apropos.

In most hotel kitchens there’s plenty of hijinks. I think it’s a combination of the fraternity-esque atmosphere, high pressure to perform, long hours and let’s face it, cast of characters. 480 more words


Sweetwater Kitchen hiring Several Positions

Boulder, Utah

Sweetwater Kitchen at Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch is hiring for:

Head Server

Line Cook


Prep Cook

Seasonal Work. Full/Part time positions available. 22 more words


It’s 10:45PM and I’m sitting on my (our?) bed. But my teeth aren’t brushed and my face isn’t washed and I’m not getting ready to go to bed like any other normal person. 827 more words

Walkin' On The Line: A Rookie's First Night on a Restaurant Line

When I started on this whole chef apprentice’s journey, I knew sooner or later the whole unionized job environment was going to have to end. So I went and got a job at real, honest to goodness restaurant. 2,027 more words


Why I'm going to push my future child to work in a kitchen.

Over the past couple of years, I’ve learned a lot in my position as a line cook. Working in a kitchen has helped me experience the service industry in a whole new light, as well as teaching me a lot about my character, and the character of others. 460 more words

Just a link to r/KitchenConfidential

So I was told that I can post just links to my blog and they will be counted as a submission. I read this article on r/KitchenConfidential on reddit a couple of weeks ago about how celebrity chef’s shouldn’t be considered chefs because none of them really cook anymore, they just attempt to expand their businesses. 47 more words

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