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    I'm not sure as I've ever heard it put any better and it's why I still do what I do

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    Most are sheep, but none will admit.
    No one starts as a wolf. I'll admit I was a sheep at one point, but no one will ever get more than that outta me haha.

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    Chop, Sounds like your kitchen should be called D-Day.

    I have heard that you're a very clever and creative Chef Chris. Given that we live in the same state, I hope to have you over for some knife-inn and food prep. I'd like to pick your brain sometime about cooking approaches and technique. I know a lot of people that own their own restaurants but when they come to my kitchen, All I hear is WOW, I never thought of that and delicious. I don't work as a Chef primarilly because of the life style but am a Chef at heart.

    I've spent a lot of time studing ingredients, approach and execution. My knife skills are better than most too. I might not have as much front-line fighting experience as you but I consider myself a self-made WOLF as well.

    Sounds like you'd be sucessful on Chopped. What do you say Chop Chop, put your money where your mouth is?
    One thing you can give and still keep...is your word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    That pretty much sums up the attitude the good ones have.

    But after a while it does wear you out.
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    On the job-site, not the kitchen, but I try and be the shepherd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    Most are sheep, but none will admit.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill13 View Post
    On the job-site, not the kitchen, but I try and be the shepherd.
    Shepard is a good way of putting it

    I don't want a kitchen full of wolves. I want Dolphins, curious, intelligent, but happy to swim with the school.
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    I'm a bear. I plod along, do my thing. Not the fastest, not the best. I am quiet until poked, don't poke the bear. I eat wolves and shyt sheep. At the end of the day you Can't resist me . I'm the last man standing. I am the bear.
    I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    I'm a bear. I plod along, do my thing. Not the fastest, not the best. I am quiet until poked, don't poke the bear. I eat wolves and shyt sheep. At the end of the day you Can't resist me . I'm the last man standing. I am the bear.
    Nice!
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    I am the walrus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    reach over to the guy next to my station and toss his almost burning saute, turn to the guy on the other side, and remind him to check his steaks in the oven, quickly save the expo from sending out a wrong plate, all while taking control of the situation
    Yeah I like this bit. I think something that separates the wheat from thew chaff in the Chef game is knowing things you don't need to know. Some people just pick things up but not everyone. You notice other guys making mistakes even though it's not your station but somehow you know everything they have to do
    "There are 2 mistakes one can make along the road to truth...not going all the way and not starting"

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