The kitchen gods were born in a howl of pain and took dominion over every restaurant immediately after their inception. They first came..
Dirt is good. From dirt all things came, to dirt they shall return.
I was born and raised on a ranch and early on learned the circle of..
As a chef, the most common phrase I hear is, “Oh you must eat so good, I’d love to live in your home.” And the most common question I..
In kitchens you will run into a great many personalities. Many times in my life I have heard the term a Type A personality. This is in..
Leaving the restaurant industry a little more than two years ago was not a decision that I made easily or painlessly. I spent from ages..
For those of you who know my history in the culinary world, you will know that I have had a constant and abiding love for the egg.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
This is the Local Kitchen and Bar Blog.
Contained herein are what are probably best referred to as the musing of a mad man, but when you work in a kitchen, it is essential that you be a little mad.
If you follow this blog you will see a myriad of terms used that are semi-exclusive to the kitchen industry if not completely exclusive to our industry.
It was just after 10 pm on what was a record-setting Valentine’s Day dinner. A few minutes before we were set to close, I received a call from a barbershop quartet saying they were headed our way and asking if we would keep the doors open for them.