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    I like chefucino a lot, we use NeStaffee for the staff coffee pot that needs refilling like 4 times a shift

    buey of course, and artiga which means squirrel i think
    "There's more to cooking than opening a can, CAN I SAY THAT CHEF?!"

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    I worked at a resort in Arizona that received a lot of Canadian travelers during the Spring months -- I can most assuredly say that a majority tipped lower than the standard gratuity and it is absurd to say that it is 'racist' to say such a thing.

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    For everyone misunderstanding Canadians is a crass euphemism for black/African American/whatever the PC term is.

    To offset this actual kitchen pictue

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    Never heard it used like that in the kitchens I've worked at.

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    It generally identifies the user as an *******.

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    Canadian is code. I use it. Have for years.

    Doesn't make me a racist.

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    At my old place where we had a huge attented station brunch buffet, as we cycled from kitchen to floor we would refer to attractive women as "cheese". And of ciurse use different types of cheese to refer to the age of the woman and/or color of dress being worn.. that was a great cheese cave on mothers day and easter. But every sunday was fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    Canadian is code. I use it. Have for years.

    Doesn't make me a racist.
    I don't want to get into a debate about racism but I certainly find it offensive.

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    Don't worry, we won't hold it against you.

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