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Garner

21 September, 2010: The guy with the onion rings is Garner. He’s become a regular this summer. He works at the Apple store, and he’s going to help me fix our iPod with the cracked screen. I dropped it while taking orders one rainy day and I felt really bad. Some of you may remember the post. Garner was one of the… Read More

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Honey rosemary soda

15 August, 2010: I found this great honey from JP, so I thought we could do a honey rosemary soda. Peter said he’d make a recipe. We thought we’d be serving the soda that evening. I think this was Monday… So, what we learned: rosemary does some strange things when you heat it up. First Peter tried blending up the rosemary, and… Read More

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Sodas at dinner

8 August, 2010: We’ve been doing a 3pm special the past few weeks. First, fried pickles, then plantains, and now corn fritters. A bunch of you have stopped by to try them. But there was something missing. By the time dinner rolled around, we would be running low on drinks. I told Chris we needed to do a special drink just… Read More

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You want to make this at home?

2 August, 2010: Tony, I think you have some competition in the kitchen. Sara is one of our regulars. One day she said she was going to make seitan at home. I thought…Good luck! Seitan is one of the most labor-intensive things we make. We knead wheat gluten and barbecue broth into something like a loaf of bread. We cut… Read More

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Bad looker

15 July, 2010: The new folks might not know this, because I’ve tried hard to keep it it under wraps, but I have a nickname. It’s “Bad Looker,” or Bill for short. Jeremiah made it up, and it’s not really that funny. But sometimes, it really fits. Sometimes, I just don’t look hard enough. Yesterday was one of those times.… Read More

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iParsnip

14 May, 2010: Sorry, I couldn’t resist the title. Yesterday at the kitchen I was prepping the ingredients for the parsnip, spinach, and pickled red onion salad we’ll have on board today. Parsnips have a thick top and a skinny end. When you cut them you want to make sure all the pieces are the same thickness, so when you… Read More

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Interviewees

19 August, 2009: We’re on a hiring blitz. You may have noticed some interviewees. We have about 3 slots to fill, spanning skill levels. And here are the numbers: – 130+ respondents – Approximately 25 will be invited to stop by the truck – 15 will do full interviews – 3 will join us Leah is using her awesome organizer… Read More