On a side note, Erik has Thanksgiving off! I am shocked to find out he doesn't have to work, which is great because on Friday morning he's leaving for Hawaii for three weeks. He'll be back on the 21st just two days before I leave for Ohio. ...like ships passing in the night...
I'm thankful for web cams, email, and cell phones. I'll miss my husband, but I'm happy he's spending some cold months in the eighty degree weather on a tropical island. After all, if he's going to be working 12+ hours a day 6 days a week, then the seventh day might as well be spend on the beach.
I hope everyone has a lovely Thanksgiving filled with food, family and friends.
Food is Love,
what about you (or a guest blogger)write about the power (or lack) of the chef's wife? I know I've been able to work my chef wife connections to help line cooks/chefs get an interview.
Regarding prior comment: No. If you want to be in PR, then great....but leave your husbands career to him! NO budding chef wants his kitchen rep based on the fact his wife got him the job!
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