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Author: Chef Perry
Date Posted: 30 January 2020
Many professional chefs don’t wear their whites out of the restaurant, so here’s a quick primer on how you can spot one of these elusive creatures, off-duty.
First of all, don’t bother looking for a chef from mid-morning to well past midnight. They’re working.
You’re probably not going to see them on weekends or holidays, either.
Your best bet to spot an off-duty chef is either mid-morning at a local farmer’s market, or at 12:30 am in a 24-hour gym, or a late-night food joint.
Here’s what to look for:
How else can you spot an off-duty chef? Leave a comment below.
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Spot an off-duty chef
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