More photographs taken in and around chefs school.
Monthly Archives: November 2009
Right now I am sitting at one end of my home dining table. At the other end, on the other side is my brand new stock pot. It is the largest stock pot I have ever owned. The gianorma-pot is sitting on an induction burner and in it are the slow beginnings of a demi …
Finally had a little too much time on my hands and decided to make some yummy bread….
200!!!! thats the average amount of covers we do at brunch on a Sunday and this place is tiny. We squeeze 56 some odd seats in (mostly deuces) and the kitchen is smaller than my one at home……props to the staff, somehow they don’t kill anyone and the day goes smoothly.
Couldn’t resist it, had to open with a song from the Tragically Hip. Esspecially since this is an music posting, seemed a poetic title.
Is there anything more off putting than seeing a chef with long dirty fingernails, filthy whites or just bad general hygiene?
Learned something new today…. and it’s the dry method to making home made caramel sauce….
Lobster suffering is an ongoing debate. While it is a myth that they scream once dunked in boiling hot water, there is always a nagging doubt about being as human as possible.
So I got this neat new recipe book “Baking with Julia” which is a collection of recipes based on Julia Child’s PBS series and written with the help of various “hip” pastry chefs. The book is phenomenal since it explains the basics of every recipe and any/all problems that may arise while making each particular …
This is amazing. The following is taken from a facebook post. Fail for a) fail for eating raw chicken or b) fail for understanding what treats lie ahead for eating raw chicken breast. -Just finished eating a raw chicken breast, no sweat. Looks like somebody owes me $20 -You’re gonna die dude, salmonella for sure …