For the most part, I think people probably imagine cooks and front of the house staff to eat really amazing staff meals but most often it's not very good. I've worked in a few kitchens and most of the time the food is pretty mediocre because everyone is rushing to get prep finished before service. The best thing I ever had and would eat any day is a Southeast Asian style spicy chicken red curry that was thickened with peanuts. It was delicious over rice!
Galbijim - braised short ribs
so tender and delicious!!
Rosle garlic press!! Very sturdy and easy to clean. Definitely worth the price tag. The press part pushes out completely to clean. http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/4517736/?catalogId=53&bnrid=3180501&cm_ven=Shopping&cm_cat=Froogle&cm_pla=default&cm_ite=default
Since I can't get a decent bagel with lox in LA, my favorite thing to eat for brunch is tonkotsu ramen.
Milka with hazelnuts is the best!!
I do this all the time. It's also good with butter and jam instead of maple syrup.
I think this is what is expected with chefs becoming celebrities and the media coverage going beyond the food that is produced.
We just tried this place and it was just ok. The roast beef was a good deal at $7, but the spuckie was just eh... There wasn't enough meat in the spuckie and I didn't particularly like the carrot in the sandwich.
I'm excited to be moving out of Boston to the west coast where I will actually be able to go to great restaurants.
What about Pizzeria Ortica?? I personally think it's much better than Antica Pizzeria. Definitely worth the drive to the OC.
I second the Ben & Jerry's Mint Chocolate Cookie!! Highly addictive... It's so hard not to finish the whole container.
Thanks everyone so much for your advice!! I have lots of thinking to do... Ideally I would like to get a position working more on the business side, but I thought that in order to get to that side I might need to first understand BOH operations. I do love the food industry and cooking, but I know that my end goal is not to be an executive chef. I thought the certificate program would help to prove my culinary knowledge for the business side of the industry.
My grandparents often ate lime jello with cottage cheese that had pineapples in it. I still eat it to this day! Sounds weird but you must try it! My grandmother also used to put sugar on tomatoes and jelly on saltines. She also often made oxtail soup. So good!
My dad's Japanese so I loved ikura as a child, while most kids thought it was gross. One of my comfort foods is ikura over rice... mmmm...
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