12.13.2008

Update.

Corey does 78 burgers.  New record.


26 comments:

My {S.T.U.F.F.} :: said...

CONGRATS!! on being the Google 'Blog of Note' today!!
Much luv:-)... and the 78 burgers aren't bad either!

le politico said...

Awesome blog..and great looking food!

I'm stopping in next time I'm in San Fran. (Hope I don't get seated in Randy's section!) :)

NFL Classifieds said...

Congratulations "Blogs of Note" winner. Great 78 Hamburger post for the occasion.

James said...

You have put into words the peices of my life which we have lived in the kitchen across the country if not beyond...

Keep it rolling

lakeviewer said...

The writing is fresh and immediate. The situations are real and exciting. It feels like reality television. Great blog!


lakeviewer
sixtyfivewhatnow.blogspot.com

Its ME said...

I came, i saw you I read notes, i think you okay lah.
see again another time.

By the way, have some water-cure too for your health sake.

Rahmat said...

Hey What's That? Shopping List or ???

Stuttering Word said...

WOW got to love the burgers huh?? Loving your blog. I love to cook myself. CONGRATS on Blog of Note!!!

JOSEPH GELB said...

your other record is a blog of note, which is in my mind the equivalent of winning the nobel prize of blogging! well done

Vin said...

hmmm nothing better than a menu listing a bunch of dead animals to be served to the glutton

Lori Lynn said...

Love the perspective. It's been years, but I worked as a line cook too.
Congrats on blog of note!
Lori Lynn

Brandi said...

OMG! My friend Debi has that exact stove in her home! LOL she does have 9 kids so it makes sense! Congrats on being Blog of Note.

BRD said...

Well done!
Brad

gab said...

I don't get why on earth anyone would order food from a guy that stinks??

gab said...

Why would anyone even order food from a guy that smells?

sonorossa said...

Greetings from a fellow 415-er. Will keep reading your blog, will keep eating at your restaurant. Will continue to feel bewildered about the fact that people enjoy eating calamari.

Enoch said...

Why not present Randy with a package of soap? Anonymously, of course. Or, perhaps, plainly, fire the stinker!

GRUNTSHIT said...

Congrats! I love the blog I'll definitely be back!

Susie Crafts said...

Stopping by to say congrats on "blogs of note" Enjoy!

Blue Gummi Bears said...

Wtf is pinot noir?

Vanessa Ryann said...

Came across your blog bc its the "blog of note" and its 3am in Chicago and I'm a line cook on her second day off and I have that stir crazy panic feeling you described...itching to get back to work tomorrow. Anyway, great blog- will continue reading for sure. There is so much comfort in knowing no matter what kitchen it is the cooks are all essentially the same.
vanessaryann@blogspot.com

Theresa said...

Wish I had that stove.

http://avondalestyle.blogspot.com/

MacDaddy said...

Expo: Firing 2 Bass Specials
Grill: I only have one of those bass left.
Expo: You said you had 3 all day.
Grill: I said I had 3 all day fired.
Expo: NO SHIT you have 3 all day fired. I asked you how many you had left.
Grill: You asked me how many I had fired.
Expo: Goddamn it. (Pushes Rachels buzzer). Please tell your table that we are out of the Bass special and apologize that our grill cook can't count to 2.
Rachel: Ohh Kayy.
(Rachel returns)
Rachel: He says he will take the swordfish instead, but wants the vegetable that goes with the bass.
Expo: No can do. No substitutions, you fucking no that.
Rachel: But I thought since we were out of the bass that...
Expo: No. No. Go tell him no fucking substitutions.
Rachel: Ohh Kayyy.
(Rachel leaves.)
Grill: Wait a minute, I found two more bass.
Expo: (Slams fist on to counter, bouncing everything on it 2 inches in the air.)
Expo: (to himself) Jesus fucking christ how fucking hard is to keep your fucking station fucking organized you stupid fucking fuck.
Rachel: The guy wants to talk to a manager.
Expo: FUCK this, fire the fucking bass and tell him we went out and caught him his own fucking fish.
Rachel: ohh kayyy.

Krimo said...

Great stuff!
But sorry, beaten you in Pastas...

Ron said...

I enjoy reading your blog and seeing the photos and videos of life in the kitchen. I was a short order cook in my youth and I managed a pizza/spaghetti family style restaurant in my twenties. I have always liked the life but I it is not the career I chose. Keep up the good work.

Ron

Natalya said...

I always wonder at people who love cooking who say they want to work in a restaurant, because cooking as a hobby and cooking as a profession has to be TOTALLY different.

Have you ever regreted going prof?

Check out my food blog:
http://aspoonaforkandaknife.blogspot.com/