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My First Day as a Server

  During my third campus year, my parents decided it was the time I learn life the hard way. They chopped 80% off my allowance, in a bid to push me to get a job. Well, their move worked, after I had sold almost everything on eBay. I became so broke I even thought of […]

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Tales of Washing Dishes

When I was in high school, I held quite a few jobs, but one of them which I particularly had some really interesting experiences at was working at an Italian called the Codfather. Yep, you read that right. I think the guy was a fiery fan of that movie we all know and love. The […]

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Tales of a busser-the problem solved

I once worked at a sandwich and soup cafe for two years while I was undergraduate and for a year afterward. Nice work and easy money is all I thought before graduating. We used to offer quick breakfast options such as breakfast sandwiches & burritos, bagels & cream cheese, hash browns or grits, a quick […]

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Stories from the Kitchen: How Being a Cook Prepared me for Fatherhood

Tales of a cook: A good cook can be a good father When I had my first kid, I got very scared. I always wanted to be a great parent and after watching her it seemed to be like a mission impossible. She was so tiny and delicate; and she kept on shaking and screaming […]

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Tales from Restaurant Management

Managing a restaurant in addition to WORKING in that establishment can be rewarding of course but more often than not it’s just tiring. This is especially true when you deal with the type of customers that I do on a daily basis! This “tales of a restaurant manager” is where I share with you some […]

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Don’t be These 10 Customers

This video is dead on accurate. Take note if you ever plan to dine out again. Ever. No, seriously.

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