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TJ Jackson

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When good food is a bad thing.... Thu, 01/29/04 2:20 PM (permalink)
 
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    Dipstick

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    RE: When good food is a bad thing.... Thu, 01/29/04 2:30 PM (permalink)
    The answer here is obvious! Don't fire the cook, serve more Lutefisk! That will keep the overcrowding under control!
     
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      Lone Star

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      RE: When good food is a bad thing.... Thu, 01/29/04 2:35 PM (permalink)
      He needs to open his own place serving the same things and cafeteria style. Word of mouth is the best advertising, and it seems he has it!
       
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        scbuzz

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        RE: When good food is a bad thing.... Thu, 01/29/04 2:59 PM (permalink)
        I agree. If he is that good of a cook, the the companies lost is everyone elses gain !! Hopefully he will open up his own resturant and have at it !!!!
         
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          Grampy

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          RE: When good food is a bad thing.... Thu, 01/29/04 3:33 PM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by Dipstick

          The answer here is obvious! Don't fire the cook, serve more Lutefisk! That will keep the overcrowding under control!


          Has anyone noticed that the spell check does not accept lutefisk? I wonder why?

           
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            scbuzz

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            RE: When good food is a bad thing.... Fri, 01/30/04 8:10 AM (permalink)
            Does anything accept lutefisk ???
             
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              tiki

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              RE: When good food is a bad thing.... Fri, 01/30/04 9:53 AM (permalink)
              quote:
              Originally posted by Lone Star

              He needs to open his own place serving the same things and cafeteria style. Word of mouth is the best advertising, and it seems he has it!


              Not only word of mouth--this story is all over the place. With publicity this extensive,it wouldn't surprise me if he attracted a few investors withy very little effort.
               
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                EliseT

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                RE: When good food is a bad thing.... Sat, 01/31/04 4:45 AM (permalink)
                My brother's friend worked developing meals for Jenny Craig. They told him his food tasted too good and would tempt people to overeat so they insisted he make his food taste worse.
                 
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                  tiki

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                  RE: When good food is a bad thing.... Sat, 01/31/04 1:12 PM (permalink)
                  quote:
                  Originally posted by EliseT

                  My brother's friend worked developing meals for Jenny Craig. They told him his food tasted too good and would tempt people to overeat so they insisted he make his food taste worse.


                  Just what i needed to convince me---the hell with a diet!!!
                   
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