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At 2:06pm on January 3, 2012, Anchor Poppers said…

Looking for server training tips? Or just higher tips?

We're looking for all-star servers to engage with! Become a friend of Anchor Poppers and join your fellow waitstaff members in an idea-sharing forum all about having more fun and making more money at work. It's the least we can do to serve you while you're busy serving everyone else. 

We have started a discussion to learn your "works every time" appetizer pitch; please join in!

At 3:29pm on May 26, 2009,
Hermann Schatzer
I don't mind. It is good to have contacts all over the place. I did not even know my head was cut of the picture.
anyway, welcome to FOHBOH
At 9:40pm on May 25, 2009,
Paul Paz
Consider adding your name to some of the same waiter groups on FOHBOH.
At 9:38pm on May 25, 2009,
Paul Paz
Hi Joyce...
Thank you for all your posts on FOHBOH! You have very good questions and some too numerous to try and address in one writing. I would suggest two books: Service At Its Best (mine) and Service That Sells (Jim Sullivan). Between these you will find much useful information to the skills and techniques of tableside service. Thre are some significant differences between the three meal periods but the basic rituals of tableside ritual are very similar.
I'll mulll over some of your questions to see if I can link you to some answerss online.
At 11:59am on May 25, 2009,
Matt Boike
that is just my default pic, I haven't gotten a chance to change it yet.
At 11:58am on May 25, 2009,
Matt Boike
Joyce, how is it goin? I think that the recook should take precedence over other orders in the kitchen, as that table is already eating and waiting. That is my opinion and what I choose to do though.
At 3:40pm on May 24, 2009, joyce said…
hello! FOHBOH ! thank you for the opportunity. i'm thriving for the success of being the great and the best server to be.....i welcome everyone to stop by and drop some inputs,. information and techniques. leave me a message anytime...thanks!
At 1:20pm on May 24, 2009, joyce said…
Hi joyce,

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