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What do Chowhounds do for a living (besides eat of course)? [old]

I am a baker, in a diamond mine camp in northern Canada. Follow me on instagram northernsugarchef

Apr 28, 2013
myhotkitchen in Not About Food

Regional Food Lingo

lol...yes! and you know you go through the drive through to offten when one of the first phrases in your childs vocabulary is I have a "Double-Double"

Jul 29, 2008
myhotkitchen in Not About Food

Fine Dining & Hamburger Etiquette

It was a recomondation from the sommelier...it was from Washington State that is all I know. I will find out and let you know.

Jul 29, 2008
myhotkitchen in Not About Food

Fine Dining & Hamburger Etiquette

It was good, I think!...... I may have been a little love drunk on the $500 bottle of wine that I paired with it.

I have had way better "Street" burgers....for way less money

Jul 29, 2008
myhotkitchen in Not About Food

Fine Dining & Hamburger Etiquette

To be honest...it was good but lacked the familiar flavours to be called the ultimate "Street" burger. Sure it was made with fine ingredients and was presented beautifully.

I have to say I have had way better "Street" burgers....for way less money.

Jul 29, 2008
myhotkitchen in Not About Food

Fine Dining & Hamburger Etiquette

I recently visited One Restaurant at The Hazelton Hotel I ordered "The Ultimate street Burger" I wanted to see if it really was the ultimate burger and worth the $28 I paid for it.

Before it was delivered to my table I did not give one thought to how I was going to eat it.
Until my companion asked "are you going to pick it up with your hands and eat it"

I paused and thought for a mere second and relied "Yes!... it is called The Ultimate Street Burger" is it not? Last time I was served a burger I was not given utensils.

So the question I ask is this : What is the proper etiquette when eating foods such as hamburgers and fries when they are served in such an upscale joint?

Jul 29, 2008
myhotkitchen in Not About Food