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Why are chefs miserable?
I've heard it said that chefs are a miserable bunch. And that it's understandable. After all, the go to a great deal of trouble to create a work of art, and just a few minutes later it's been destroyed. Reflecting on that, though, I'm not sure that I agree.
This week, Rachel's been on holiday and I've been preparing and setting up breakfasts. I've done it many times before, I'm more than happy to do so, and in fact it's part of the plan that I'm standin. Put out the breakfast ... try to judge it just right (that fine balance between wastage and too little food), and then the end of the buffet becomes available. During this week, people have been eating light breakfasts; fairly typical for business guests, who have perhaps eaten out and heaviy the evening before. This Saturday morning, there's been a change in guests - to 'leisure' visitors - and the breakfast 'take' per person is a far heavier one.
Am I scowling because my serving handywork has been more thoroughly destroyed? No - I'm delighted because my handywork has been more used (and perhaps appreciated) and I revel in clearing into the kitchen, noting that there is
a little left so I hadn't left our guests short.
Oh - I started asking "Why are Chefs miserable". Sorry - I haven't answered that. We're not miserable here. We revel in you eating our food - and that whether it's breakfast, a coffee and croissant midmorning, or an afternoon teas. And that's whether it's Heather, Sarah, Rachel, Leeanne, Kim, Anne or myself serving you. (written 2011-06-18)
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articlesM105 - Well House Manor - Where to eat 
Melksham Art Cafe - (2007-06-09) 
Subway Restaurant in Melksham, Wiltshire - (2007-09-02) 
Melksham Hotel - Five Star Kitchen! - (2007-09-04) 
Little Gems but not Lettuce - (2007-09-20) 
How many cups of coffee? - (2008-10-17) 
Why are cooks bad tempered? - (2008-12-22) 
Cornerstone Cafe, Melksham - (2009-06-14) 
Melksham Food and Drink Festival, 2010 - (2010-01-17) 
Food and drink launch - (2010-01-21) 
Burger me! - (2011-01-10) 
What we look for in a lunchtime cafe restaurant in Melksham - (2011-02-24) 
Lunch for Melksham Businesses - (2011-03-11) 
Strawberry Cream Teas, Coffee straight from the Bean and freshly squeezed orange juice - Melksham, every afternoon - (2011-05-20) 
Scones with or without fruit? - (2011-05-26) 
Behind the scenes - setting up a cafe - (2011-05-29) 
Hotel food, Melksham - enjoy the variety of the American way - (2012-03-08) 
Strawberry Cream Teas in Melksham - available every day this summer - (2012-04-25) 
Strawberry Cream Teas, Well House Manor, Melksham, starting this weekend - (2012-05-04) 
Melksham Food Festival - the food fayre - pictures - (2012-09-17) 
A variety of continental breakfasts - (2013-01-16) 
Afternoon Teas and Breakfasts at Well House Manor - (2013-02-24) 
Japanese and Malaysian food in Melksham - (2015-11-01) 
A near-empty plate of pastries - sign of a breakfast enjoyed - (2015-11-22)
Some other Articles
Comparing Alloa and Melksham - stations and servicesA lot of exercise this weekPerl from basicsSummer Sundays - days out by train from Swindon on the TransWiltsWhy are chefs miserable?Finding your big files in Perl - design considerations beyond the course environmentThe Olympic Torch, and Melksham HouseRabbit ShelterIs Melksham town centre dying?How much has Perl (and other languages) changed?
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