we don't get out much, but when we do, watch out. fuego!
am looking for suggestions on how chefs can pick up those in the greater public.
sure i could date a waiter or a host,
but i don't want to look like i believe my own hype. it's so 5 minutes ago. it's been done. and done. I am not a Food Network star. but i want to look beyond the doors of a restaurant.
what do you think of these:
"Need your knife sharpened, baby?"
"Looks like you need a little extra seasoning in your life. I got the right kinds of salt."
"How about we quit this crazy service and pass out at my place?"
"Want to learn how to truss with me?"
"Wanna see my meat walk-in?"
"Do you know how to dance the Meringue?"
"I'm like a slow braised protein. A tender, succulent animal."
"Can I call you up again after midnight?"
"Mmmmmm, you smell like brown butter. Delicious."
"Wanna get together on my next day off, next month?"
"Meet your parents? Sure, show them the kitchen after dinner. I'll be there every night this week."
"You're the best thing I've seen all year."
"Damn! You dance like a headless chicken! I can't wait to pick your feathers!"
"Oooooh the insides of your arms are so smooth."
"You make me smokin' hot, like 220 all day."
"Maybe we could see that movie you were talking about next year?"
"I'll bring my knives, saute pans, stock pots, wet stone, side towels, roasting pans, balloon whisk, tasting spoon, ceramic honing steel, Maldon and grey salt, chinois, tamis and first press olive oil. You? Just watch. And clean up your house tomorrow."
"Let's trade: Your voracious for my rapacious."
"You make my highly sensitive palate water."
"How 'bout I cook dinner, and eat you for dessert?"
let me know if you come up with anything.
I'm open to suggestions.
-----> These recently in from the comments section:
"I can eat anything that you can put out" vincent mack
"Hey baby, fries come with that shake?" guy "Biggles" prince
and the one that made me fall out of my chair this morning (also from Biggles):
"Wanna do me for lunch?"