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~ Cooking at "The Lodge" Sat, 05/26/12 7:26 PM (permalink)
~ I've always kind of wanted to cook for a living ... kind of a deal where you cook, but you get to interact with the customers.
~ So, I've come across an Elks/Moose kind of a place in a valid location (open to the public) ... they have a commercial kitchen ... not one I've had designed (maybe 20 burners) and a do-dad that replicates a flattop on maybe 8 burners and full commercial ventilation.
~ No deep fryer ... thingy that you'd put cheese, onions, tomatoes in, every pot and pan you'd imagine ... and a huge commercial refrigerator.
~ I'm thinking chili dogs (ala coneys) and burgers (ala Staniches) ... my co-conspirator is thinking meatloaf, turkey, etc.
~ The overhead at the place is zero ... I'd have to make a deal that makes sense.   I'm thinking we could offer phenomenal lunches quick for a real low price.
~ Any thoughts ???
 
 
 
 
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