No worries. I like reading Bourdain and other cookery writers, and my girlfriend has worked both front and back of house, so I’ve heard quite a few funny and crazy culinary stories.Sumdumguy wrote: ↑Sun Aug 30, 2020 9:10 amI'll give it some thought, It's pretty hardcore. I'll have to write it out, omit some info and I might be able to share it with you.Cambertree wrote: ↑Sun Aug 30, 2020 8:58 amYeah, comfort food like that seems to be universal, just with different names sometimes.
Most bakeries here will have small ones available hot for peoples lunches.
Ha, now you’ve got me curious! Well, since you brought it up, feel free to PM me if you want to share the tale.
I will say this, the culinary industry was(is) full of some crazy people.
You might sleep better, not knowing.
And the bar for being offended in Australia seems to be higher than the US, in general. It’s not at all uncommon to hear CEOs and politicians and other public figures use four letter words in public speaking, to choose a random example.
But yeah, if it takes too long to write out, that’s cool, don’t worry about it.