This is a discussion on Ban Chefs not guns! within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by Arko I SO hope he wasn't a permit holder, so at least they can't make hay about that. Guy deserves his butt ...
Time for a room with no inside doorknob.
Oh, and I think I might make his first meal a mozzarella Caprese, just because. QUOTE_ GRADY
Layghing my A_ _ off!!
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Now he'll be making Mozarella Caprese for the rest of the inmates, 500 at a time.
I bet he is going to be getting some mozzarella sticks...
He seems a little half baked to me.
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Patrick HenryOriginally Posted by UnklFungus
I'm sure this guy just thought he was being funny (he wasn't; I'd have done the same thing if this was my boss) but if this guy is complaining about getting $10.50 for some sliced tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and olive oil in a low-avg cost restaurant market like Boca Raton (as opposed to SF, LA, or NYC), **** him.
(Yes, I was curious enough to check the menu for pricing).
As a chef myself, I find this very amusing.
Oh the craziness of the kitchen...