Life is good at SML! Got the prep list down pat, always keep my shelves stocked and the rest is easy. Just make sure I have PLENTY of everything on Sundays. Enjoying the hiking too. Thanks. How's things up north?
Thanks for the feedback....the clubs picking me up....looking forward to getting off the rock (St. John, VI).....I'll be back here next season. Maho Bay Camps will be needing cooks next season.....check it out.....have a great season
yeah, the prep list is pretty extensive. we have 5 benedicts this year. it's amazing how much scratch cooking comes out of such a small kitchen. turned down 2 other jobs to take this one and i'm real happy so far. great people to work for and with, seeing a real positive attitiude so far, unlike other places. plus the edr is excellent, great pride in their cooking. we did 130 friday and chris said it was about half of what we'll do on a sunday but it was manageable.
good luck this summer in alaska
Haha nope that day consisted of around 14 hours of flying from start to finish. This one will be around 9 or 10 I think... But anyways, you must be wicked excited!! Good luck on your first day! See you tomorrow!
Hi Keith. After reading your blogs about Kay El Bar Guest Ranch in Arizona I think that would be a great place for the next winter season. Would you give me some heads up on when to apply and any thing else you can think of that will help me with the job search and landing one at Kay El Bar. Thanks bunches.