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'MasterChef' Blind Chef Contestant: The Judges Discuss Christine's Unique Advantage

'MasterChef' Blind Chef Contestant: The Judges Discuss Christine's Unique Advantage

Commented Jun 5, 2012 at 15:34:40 in TV

“That's my concern too ... not about her cooking skills, but about how she will manage with a bunch of people running around the kitchen to get to the pantry, etc. Hopefully they will make an accommodation for her - maybe she can get her ingredients ahead of everyone else but gets a time penalty in that she can't start before them, etc. We'll see... :)”

Awkward Moment on Jun 7, 2012 at 12:14:51

“Or maybe her husband will be around and be the one grabbing stuff but she cant do anything while he is moving...”
Toxic Food: Everyday Produce That Can Be Poisonous

Toxic Food: Everyday Produce That Can Be Poisonous

Commented May 25, 2012 at 13:14:12 in Taste

“As for the cherries, I wonder if that pertains to all cherries or a certain variety. Mahlab is a spice that has been used for centuries (ground pit of the St Lucie Cherry). Being Armenian, I use it a lot in breads, cookies, etc. It is very common in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes, so I'm surprised to hear that.”
PHOTOS: Wacky Vintage Cookbooks

PHOTOS: Wacky Vintage Cookbooks

Commented Mar 30, 2012 at 14:03:30 in Taste

“I had a few very old cookbooks but lost them to Hurricane Katrina. :(

I would flip through them every now and again and get the giggles ... not just because of some of the weird ingredients/titles/photos, but the instructions themselves. It would take a few tries to get one right nowadays with directions like "add a glass of" or "a thimble of," etc. ... huh??”
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My Tip: Don't Tip

Commented Jul 6, 2012 at 13:20:42 in College

“My issue with tipping at restaurants in the US is when it's mandatory. I can (sort of) understand when it involves a large party, but there are restaurants that demand a certain percentage regardless. What if the service or food is terrible??

I think my own personal worst tipping experience was not at a restaurant but an airport. I usually drive everywhere, so it didn't occur to me that I needed to tip the gentleman curbside for picking up my suitcase and putting it on the conveyor literally right next to him. I took his not so subtle hint, apologized and tipped him a few dollars. He was extremely offended and practically yelled at me that he should get AT LEAST $10!!! My luggage mysteriously failed to arrive with me at my destination.”

grailknight on Jul 9, 2012 at 20:39:05

“Bitch and moan at the manager or owner. That person, if conscienous and perhaps a little humiliated won't charge you for the meal.”

rlj13 on Jul 7, 2012 at 14:15:43

“You tip because they make 2$ an hour otherwise. It doesn't really matter if you think it's fair. If you don't want to tip, you shouldn't eat out.”

Secondbecky on Jul 6, 2012 at 17:01:02

“If the food is terrible you shouldn't punish the servers. You only punish the servers if service is horrible. And if food is slow in coming to your table, that is often the kitchen's fault, not the server's fault.”