Do you cook each shift??

Discuss the latest prepared disaster by the chief (oops... or was that 'the chef'?). Success stories welcome as well...
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Postby firelymie » Wed Dec 13, 2006 9:02 pm

bestcoast wrote:Ask him a question he doesn't know the answer too!!!...............BC................


I thought anyone with chief in their title knew all the answers, of course the answer is not always correct but still they have an answer! ;)
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Postby bestcoast » Wed Dec 13, 2006 9:18 pm

firelymie wrote:I thought anyone with chief in their title knew all the answers, of course the answer is not always correct but still they have an answer! ;)

More like they can talk for an hour and not answer the question!!!. Sort of like a politician, there isn't really any difference..........lol......BC........
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Postby fire16 » Thu Dec 14, 2006 12:16 am

Being a POC vollie, = no shifts= no cooking for the troops. Hall does have a nuc machine and a regular cooking unit, coffee and tea pots, free soda dispenser. Last meal in hall was catered > for all members for Christmas social.
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Postby firebabs222 » Thu Dec 14, 2006 12:30 am

They do not cook on shift here in Brisbane. It's one thing that I truly miss just because its great bonding time with the boys and also you get to try out different dishes.

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Postby bestcoast » Tue Dec 19, 2006 12:24 pm

FFWannabe wrote:Christmas Day at 7 and then working Christmas night at 5...


Food will be the last thing you'll wanna see on Christmas day night shift after eating all day long!!!!...........BC......................

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Postby bestcoast » Sun Dec 24, 2006 2:40 am

bestcoast wrote:To everyone working Christmas day like myself just a reminder to pick up the groceries before hand or you'll be shopping at 7-11!!!............7-11 burritos..mmmmmmmmmmm...........BC...............


One day left to get the grub. We picked ours up a few days back so no 7-11 run this year!!!...lol..........BC.............
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Postby smoke286 » Sun Dec 24, 2006 9:05 am

You working Christmas day brother? Have a quiet shift.
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Postby bestcoast » Sun Dec 24, 2006 11:29 am

smoke286 wrote:You working Christmas day brother? Have a quiet shift.


Thanks smoke we'll try................BC....................

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Postby atombomb » Fri Sep 28, 2007 11:20 pm

Question. Is it frowned upon if one chooses to bring their own lunch to work, and to eat dinner before they come to work? Are their any FF's that do this? Are they seen as outcasts because they don't eat with the gang? Some people are picky eaters, or on certain diets, or have bad food allergies. Just wondering how much pressure there is in halls to participate.

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Postby ve2vfd » Sat Sep 29, 2007 10:05 pm

I guess it depends on the hall, but around here unless you have medical reasons (like allergies or special diets), it doesn't look too good when one doesn't join the lunch. Being a picky eater definetly isn't a good reason!

Often, the station cook will accomodate people who have special dietary needs. In my station for example, I know that my captain is diabetic so I avoid preparing certain high glycemic foods which cause him problems (ie: no pasta), or make him a seperate plate with an alternative.

Basically you have to realize that living in a station is a "family" thing, and you want to be part of it. Meals are very important part of station life.

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