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Old 02-04-2014, 08:45 PM   #1141
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Old 02-05-2014, 09:09 PM   #1143
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Reviews like these make all the pain and suffering worth it.

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I tried your rib tips today...fantastic! It was the best bbq i have ever eaten. I would kick famous dave in the shin to get closer to your bbq. Yours was even better than the bbq i had in bryson city, nc this fall...now, if only you had corn nuggets as a side thank you for bringing such great food to our area, it is much needed!
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I also had an older lady give me a hug today and thanked me for reminding her of what she grew up eating in Kansas City as a kid.

It doesn't get much better than that. Another long day, another winter storm, but we pulled through and made money even on a slow day. News taping was postponed until tomorrow due to the weather, so it will be interesting to see how that goes.
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Old 02-05-2014, 09:18 PM   #1144
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Wonder what corn nuggets are. Deep fried grits?
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Old 02-05-2014, 09:32 PM   #1145
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Wonder what corn nuggets are. Deep fried grits?
I think they are the same thing as corn fritters. Kind of like hush puppies but with corn inside. Never seen them up here though.

Oh, and one more thing I forgot to mention. The injuries are numerous. I've been cooking for years, but never in a fast paced environment like a restaurant. After two weeks of this, I'm in pain. Every single finger on my left hand has a cut. Even got one on my palm. And one probably needs stitches and hurts like a mofo. And don't even mention burns. Both forearms have multiple burns, and my fingertips, forget about it. And then there's the whole knife falling off of the magnetic knife holder and slashing my forearm incident...
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Wonder what corn nuggets are. Deep fried grits?
Basically, they are fried nuggets of battered creamed corn. I loved them as a kid, but have tried some in the last 5 years and they were quite disappointing. Guess my preferences have changed since then.
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Always liked the sweet corn nuggets from Church's Chicken
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I think they are the same thing as corn fritters. Kind of like hush puppies but with corn inside. Never seen them up here though.

Oh, and one more thing I forgot to mention. The injuries are numerous. I've been cooking for years, but never in a fast paced environment like a restaurant. After two weeks of this, I'm in pain. Every single finger on my left hand has a cut. Even got one on my palm. And one probably needs stitches and hurts like a mofo. And don't even mention burns. Both forearms have multiple burns, and my fingertips, forget about it. And then there's the whole knife falling off of the magnetic knife holder and slashing my forearm incident...
AH! You are cooking for a living now. People wonder why chef's get arm tattoos, it's to hide the burn and knife accidents
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Oh, and with the bit of downtime today I finally had a chance to get some more formal pics taken. Still a lot of menu items to go, but it's a start.



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I think they are the same thing as corn fritters. Kind of like hush puppies but with corn inside. Never seen them up here though.

Oh, and one more thing I forgot to mention. The injuries are numerous. I've been cooking for years, but never in a fast paced environment like a restaurant. After two weeks of this, I'm in pain. Every single finger on my left hand has a cut. Even got one on my palm. And one probably needs stitches and hurts like a mofo. And don't even mention burns. Both forearms have multiple burns, and my fingertips, forget about it. And then there's the whole knife falling off of the magnetic knife holder and slashing my forearm incident...
Always step back from a loose knife. Got (had) the stitches to prove it.
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Old 02-06-2014, 02:17 AM   #1151
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Nice looking pics.
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[QUOTE=After two weeks of this, I'm in pain. Every single finger on my left hand has a cut. Even got one on my palm. And one probably needs stitches and hurts like a mofo. And don't even mention burns. Both forearms have multiple burns, and my fingertips, forget about it. And then there's the whole knife falling off of the magnetic knife holder and slashing my forearm incident...[/QUOTE]

Take care of yourself! is there any protection you could wear that might help but not slow you down?
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wow sorry to hear you are getting cut up.

all I can think of is the OSHA training we had a few weeks ago on "Bloodbore Pathogens"
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Oh, and with the bit of downtime today I finally had a chance to get some more formal pics taken. Still a lot of menu items to go, but it's a start.


That slice of brisket looks so nice and relaxed on that piece of paper. I can tell it is super tender!
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