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Finesse is Essential

From Schadenfreude:For the most part the restaurant kitchen is known as a rough and tumble kind of gig. Fire, knives, crazy hours and interesting personalities. But finesse is a key part of the BOH workplace. I am not talking about the kind of serious plating finesse that exists in some kitchens. A delicate and precise hand is necessary in even the most casual of restaurants. Take for…See More
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"Thanks Sarah!  Enjoy your trip!"
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Charleston, SC

Perhaps the best birthday gift to date, my wife took me to Charleston, South Carolina this past weekend to feast in the low country cuisine that is booming there.  In 48 hours we managed to eat 5 meals,  not including breakfast.  It all started at Husk, then led to afternoon local oysters, seven course tasting menu at McCrady’s, Sunday Brunch at…See More
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Tilit Chef Goods
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Finally, there is an option for chefs who take their appearance as seriously as they do their craft.
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I am proud to announce the launch of TilitChefGoods.com!
After a year in the making and worth every minute, TilitChefGoods.com launched. The site offers newly designed chef pants, utility inspired waxed cotton aprons, garden functional shorts and a host of tools and accessories for the home kitchen or restaurant. Click the link above to go directly to the site and start exploring. TilitChefGoods.com is not just clothes, there is a board for sharing kitchen mishaps known as Schadenfreude and the Chef's fridge, where you get a glimpse of how popular chefs eat in their off time.
Years in the Industry
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Finesse is Essential

Posted on December 11, 2012 at 10:00am 0 Comments

From Schadenfreude:

For the most part the restaurant kitchen is known as a rough and tumble kind of gig. Fire, knives, crazy hours and interesting personalities. But finesse is a key part of the BOH workplace. I am not talking about the kind of serious plating finesse that exists in some kitchens. A delicate and precise hand is necessary in even the most casual of…

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Charleston, SC

Posted on February 9, 2012 at 10:30am 2 Comments

Perhaps the best birthday gift to date, my wife took me to Charleston, South Carolina this past weekend to feast in the low country cuisine that is booming there.  In 48 hours we managed to eat 5 meals,  not including breakfast.  It all started at Husk, then led to afternoon local oysters, seven course tasting menu at McCrady’s, Sunday Brunch at…

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Congratulations on joining FohBoh! This is a wonderful online restaurant community with lots of great postings. Enjoy the site and keep active with pictures, comments and postings.

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