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Thursday, April 28, 2011


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I liked your exit interview. Giving people half the portion filled the requirement, but can't that be done by anyone? Didn't take a Master Chef to do that :)
I was hoping to see more innovation on the part of the chefs (like Floyd's dish and yours)and I think you were courageous to try something totally different. And yup, vegetables are a great way to be able to eat more when you are hungry. Some people might be good at accepting half portions, but I know I'm not one of them. I have made your veggie burger recipe and it is totally delicious. It is rich and flavorful and I would gladly eat it any time!!!


Sucks. I was really rooting for you. You are hilariously funny.

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Sucks. I was really rooting for you. You are hilariously funny.

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