Generally speaking, I don't wanna know what goes on in the kitchen of my favorite restaurants. It's kinda like that whole sausage making analogy--you don't really want to know how it's made, because if you do, you just might not ever eat it ever again. But, be that as it may, the editors of Food Network Magazine decided to do a survey in which they asked chefs, who remained anonymous, to dish on what really happens in the their kitchens. Here are a few facts to consider:
- The bread in your bread basket might have been recycled.
- "Vegetarian" is open to interpretation.
- The 'five minute rule' is oftentimes applied.
- Chefs cook when they're sick and injured.
For the rest of these dirty little secrets, go here.