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    Funny you should mention. Sunday brunch two full flats in under 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronsgibson View Post
    Funny you should mention. Sunday brunch two full flats in under 5.
    Under 5 what? Minutes?!

    They're so cute when they're new!

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    Haha! This thread just got a lot more interesting.

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    haha yeah meant minutes, don't type well at 6-7 am . But that was a busy ass brunch. The guy who was supposed to be helping me kept disappearing on me every other minute so it was just basically me for 7 hours. Could have shot him at the end of the day.

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    Bring it!


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    Holy hell Scott great time and mad skills. That's how it's done. Can't really bring it unless you either come to my place or vice verse They should show this to every one who does dishes.

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    The more i see Salty Dog's videos and replays, the more i learn about attitude and life.

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    Handles go up. :P

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    I always thought there should be an episode of Iron Chef Battle: DISHES.

    The chefs have to look at a pile of plates from an actual service and tell the Alton Brown what the meal was. The fullest detailed description wins.

    Then they will have to do other chalenges--cleaning stuck-on pots, refurbishing a convection oven, sorting silverware, etc.

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    Now you have to go through and sand off all of the dings!
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