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    I'm not gunna try it , but how much faster is it... ?? Really... Surely to pass those eggs with all the shell grit mixed in might take a little while.... Plus washing the Hobart . 180 eggs isn't that much...
    I couldn't imagine it being more than a few minutes faster. Unless your really crap at cracking eggs.

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    +1!
    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
    I have no doubt its faster but it's also incredibly unhygienic!

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    One that sticks in my mind is from when I did stint of temping for an agency in the late nineties .
    So I get sent to a large suburban pub with a kitchen preparing both ala carte meals and food for bain marie carvery thing. Turned out the head chef was a real fan of deep fryers, the steamed potatoes, pumkin and carrots for the carvery were all fried ( better than roasting he said). Once service had started ,the call for more peas for the carvery came I was instructed to fry them , I had to ask several times what he said as I thought, no really? He yells, Are you deaf man? ,dip them peas (frozen) in the oil and send em out .

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    Quote Originally Posted by barramonday View Post
    ( better than roasting he said).
    I think he's confused between better & easier.
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    In order to make delicious food, you must eat delicious food. Jiro Ono

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    Hmmm , peas in a fryer. Must have splattered something fierce. Real health food.

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    peas in a fryer?! jesus!

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    what I don’t get about these guys is why be a chef?! There are easier ways to earn a living. Surely the only way to make sense of long hours, stress, dangerous environment is if you love what you do, and take pride in that.

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    Actually, maybe the guy loved and was proud of his fried peas

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbl View Post
    Actually, maybe the guy loved and was proud of his fried peas
    Perhaps he just liked making the deep fryer spit oil at him ?
    This made me think of something , I saw bacon for Caesar put it the fryer once.... Yup

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