So much respect for you pros.
I work in an office setting where I'm the designated cookout guy. Beats me up to. Typically I dont want to eat after.
But, I also worked on a fishing boat in Alaska processing pollack. Had to look at a candlelight fillet table for 16 hrs a day. Your body gets used to the motion and the angles.
I find it amazing what people in the kitchen endure and the foods they make. Glad to have them around.
I'm with Brianh!! I cook for those I love only.
I appreciate those of you who love it and do it for far less than most would ever believe.
“Vegetarians, and their Hezbollah-like splinter faction, the vegans ... are the enemy of everything good and decent in the human spirit.” ― Anthony Bourdain
I'm hyper active and most cod I know are I can think of no other environment that gets me through my day I love it horrible hours and feeding the masses and ask that being said I wouldn't wish this life on my worst enemy
Its a mixture of loyalty to your coworkers. A desperation about making sure you've produced something good. An arrogance that you actually know what is best. And a belief that all the ********; lost hours of family and friends, self doubting, and just the slightest flame of hope that you've made a positive impact on the world.
As in all professions, just because you do something doesn't make you special. What makes you special is what you do with it.
I know a lot of DB cooks.