Five Great Food Stories

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Who doesn’t les love a great story?  Even before written language, humans cheap nfl jerseys shared stories to remember their great moments.  When we are children, our The parents read us stories and as adults we read them to our children.  When we are with the people we have known the longest we tell stories of our past and work to create stories for the future.  It is fundamental JDD to human nature to enjoy a good wholesale jerseys story.

The best stories are those we can pass along.  Over the years I have collected a great number of stories from guests and fellow servers.  They are referred to as stories rather than fact, because they are often oversimplified to the point of being inaccurate.  A great story must be both easy to understand and easy enough for you guest to Sell tell their friends next time they eat out.  Getting too bogged down in details will lose the guest’s attention rather than making them feel smarter.  By If your story wholesale jerseys makes them instantly think, “I can’t wait to tell that story,” you have a great story.

Here University a five great stories to try on your guests.

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6 Responses to Five Great Food Stories

  1. yellowcat May 9, 2010 at 11:39 am #

    I always heard that tapping glasses during a toast was an act of good faith back in the days when everyone was poisoning everyone else. If you were willing to tap the glasses and let the wine co-mingle, you were saying, “Hey, I’m not trying to kill you.”

    Your story is less psychotic than mine.

  2. yellowcat May 9, 2010 at 11:39 am #

    I always heard that tapping glasses during a toast was an act of good faith back in the days when everyone was poisoning everyone else. If you were willing to tap the glasses and let the wine co-mingle, you were saying, “Hey, I’m not trying to kill you.”

    Your story is less psychotic than mine.

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