FOUR THINGS AN ANIMAL MUST HAVE:
A GOOD LIFE: a healthy life with natural feed and ample clean space to move around.
A GOOD DEATH: no trauma when being transported, which often leads to shock.
A GOOD BUTCHER: Someone who knows how to select the right parts and cut them in a way that brings out its best qualities.
A GOOD COOK: Someone who can dignify the animal and all those whose labor lead it to the table.
Primal Cuts: Cooking With America’s Best Butchers
I consider myself a chef because I like to cook and trying new things out. But mostly chefs are just awesome. Case in point Anthony Bourdain. He’s awesome and I would very much like to meet him. I just felt like I had to say this since I am watching No Reservations and I have no one to currently tell this to. Now you may continue to scroll.
Spend 16 hours sweating your balls of in my shit hole hot as fuck kitchen then see if your a chef
EDIT: Sorry. But you’re not a chef. This shit pisses me off.
EDIT #2: No. Im not sorry. God bless Bourdain, but he’s not a chef anymore either. 20 years ago? Yes. “Liking cooking” and “trying new things” doesn’t make you a chef. No offense, but you and the rest of these fucking entitled brats have watered down the talent pool to nothing. Do you know how difficult it is to find quality cooks these days? You don’t. BECAUSE IT FUCKING SUCKS. THEY ARE NONEXISTENT. Its shit like this thats ruining the industry.
My amazing boyfriend got me some goodies from the incredibly talented Chef Francisco Migoya at Hudson Chocolates for my birthday. Couldn’t be more excited. :)