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January 07, 2011

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Severin X12

i am salivating!!! bring on the bacon fat!!

Nicole

Thank you so much for sharing the first half of this story. It gives me hope for I just applied and had a kitchen interview on Tuesday. It left me feeling vulnerable (cooking can be such a personal thing) and my heart wide open to the four guys who were in the kitchen (I was so nervous!). Though I might not get the job, this gives me hope for the next. I have no "professional" cooking experience and lack a culinary degree so I pray that someone will see my passion and give me a chance.

Can't wait to read the second half.

john donohue

Nicole,


I hope you get the job, and that the second half of the story was as pleasing to you as the first.


Best,


JD

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