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 Post subject: Re: >> 1993 <<
PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 3:43 pm 
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MadRookie wrote:I was just practicing my fast draw in front of da mirror......just before bed time.....:)

Yea right Rook, just be honest, it was the Rum! :lol:

And by the way Mel, love the hat! :mrgreen:

You guys are a riot! Image



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 Post subject: Re: >> 1993/94 <<
PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 7:10 pm 
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Wonderful Mel!

That is why you are what you are - spanky my man!

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 Post subject: Re: >> 1993/94 <<
PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 3:49 am 
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I practiced different draws and gun handling for about 15 years. Never like that........ Rook your something else my friend!



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 Post subject: Re: >> 1993/94 <<
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LOL , now that just brightened my day up, nothing like a good laugh.

Mel thanks for posting that picture, you must have a whack of experience in the kitchen


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Notice the chef is the only one not smiling?
Servers are thinking, "Easy money buffet", chef is thinking "I got to stand here all day and look at these D bags".


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 Post subject: Re: >> 1993/94 <<
PostPosted: Wed Dec 25, 2013 6:26 pm 
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LOL - only Salty would from experience notice that.

Hehehe....

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 Post subject: Re: >> 1993/94 <<
PostPosted: Wed Dec 25, 2013 8:02 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: >> 1993/94 <<
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LOL, what's up with the ridiculously intense dude to your right?


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DAVE <> Lady on my right, Kathleen Sellas, was the proprietor of The Gazebo Cafe in Boca Raton, FL; previous owner of Le Bon Vie Bon in Chicago. Dude on my right, Eros, was far from intense... little Brazilian back-waiter. German guy on my left, George, was a Captain... he went on to run Banquets for Mar-a-Lago, the old Marjorie Merriweather Post (then Mrs. E.F. Hutton) Estate on Palm Beach Island. Lady to his left, Christian, was proprietor of The Blue Dolphin in Boynton Beach, FL and managed at Auberge Le Grillon... a French Bistro on the Delray/Boca line.

SALTY <> It was a multiple outlet catering for the Boca Symphonic Pops season opener at the Florida Atlantic University. I remember setting up (5) six foot tables with the pictured ice train adorned with shrimp cocktail, shucked oysters mignonette, and canapes... probably smoked salmon/caviar. I helped the ice guy move the train's cars, and then I set up the food & decorated the tables palm fronds, ferns, & shit. Then it was smile, shuck (w/only a bucket for water supply :evil: ), & reload for the hundreds rolling in & out of the Auditorium.



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Congrats...I wish I had as much skills as you do...I'm getting a start very late in the culinary field. This particular line of work seems well suited to manic, insane types such as myself.

What is your work knife? Obviously you have a few, but do you use cheapo stamped knives for work and high end for pleasure?


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