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The Truth About Credit Card Theft In Restaurants

As discussed yesterday, Yahoo ran a front-page story from creditcards.com on Friday discussing types of people who you cannot trust with your credit card.  The Yahoo headline is pictured above and makes it clear that servers are on the list.  While the actual article includes eight groups, the headline very clearly implies that you should […]

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We Cannot Be Trusted?

On Friday, I hopped over to Yahoo To check my email.  I have used Yahoo as my primary search engine and for my personal email account for as long as I can remember.  This time the screen pictured above greeted me.  The picture caught my eye.  It looked like a guest handing a customer a […]

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10 Reasons Why Serving Is Not Like Your Job

After 15 years in the restaurant industry, I can still be surprised at how little some people know about how the industry works.  Restaurants operate in a manner far different than most businesses in the United States.  While most Americans are familiar with restaurants from dining out, very few are aware of the working conditions […]

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My Response: 25 Things Chefs Never Tell You

I am trying to fight through the worst bout of writer’s block I have had since I started writing this blog.  I started at least three different posts yesterday that ended up in the recycle bin.  In my last post I promised to get back to some server related posts, but my brain has forced […]

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A Bit of Publicity and the Response

For those of you who missed it, this blog was written up in the local alternative weekly paper.  If you want to check out the story (or just find a really cheesy waiter pic of me), click here.  I do feel it necessary to point out that I am far more humble than the article […]

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