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    I always thought Geppetto was a carpenter....

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    Don't exactly remenber how but Mr.Gepetto got stuck , you are right he was carpenter

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefcomesback View Post
    "no, it's okay guey""
    It reminded me my old saute cook , who we called Mr.Gepetto since he was the master of shoemaking. When I walked in the kitchen (he was a lunch cook) the smell of burnt garlic would confirm : yep , Walter is working today...
    I don't know if you call this cowboy tricks but....

    Nothing against Mexicans but they SWEAR they know what they are doing and stuff its kind of funny being the only "WHITE" guy its funny watching these guys just look at recipes and follow them to a T

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    Chef used a mop bucket and wringer to squeeze water out of some previously frozen spinach- claims it was a CLEAN bucket and wringer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrmnms View Post
    anyone ever use the term "slop jockey?"
    Yup, they're residents of the slop shop, or the hack shack typically.
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    I shouldn't read this forum .

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    man i love this thread, keep it going! especially liked the story about guy plastic wrapping his station as to not have to wipe down after service.

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    Same guy used to microwave everything for 30secs to 'bring it up to room' before pan roasting

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    gross, even fish?

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    Eeeverything, he was the long established sous at a kitchen I was brought in to head up. Excruciating

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