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    Grease: No Longer the Enemy

    Being a Working Hero can sometimes mean working dirty. The men and women wearing our uniforms often encounter grease, oil, and grime on a daily basis while on the job. From splattered bacon grease on your chef coat to engine oil on your utility pants, these pesky stains can sometimes mean the...
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    Grease: No Longer the Enemy

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    Want to customize your uniform? Know your options.

    Many people outfit themselves or their employees in uniforms because they want to look, well, uniform. But nobody wants to look completely identical to their coworkers.  One of key ways to make yourself or your brand stand out is by adding some decoration elements to a uniform. There are a...
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    Chef Coats & Aprons.

    Need great Chef Coats and Aprons? We might have exactly what you need. Shameless plug, we know :) www.workingduds.com
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    Are aprons that important?

    We just launched our commercial-grade, yet stylish line of aprons. Check them out here.
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    Help me find this apron!!!

    Thanks @flipflopgirl. Actually, a new Apron maker that might be able to make this is Otis Street Designs. (www.otisstreet.com). Check them out!
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    Chef Coats

    @CapeCodChef Appreciate the feedback. We are still "learning the ropes" in the ChefTalk forums and do not mean to be seen as spammers. Our intent is to provide some awareness of our chef-specific product line (Manufacturered by Regent Apparel, a 90 year-old apparel business) to this influential...
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    Trends in Kitchen shirts

    The old standard in kitchen shirts is facing some new competition. Gone are the days where the cooks all wear white cook shirts. With more and more restaurants designing open kitchens and other elements that allow diners to see the people who make their food, restaurants have become more mindful...
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    Trends in Kitchen shirts

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    Chef Coats

     Here's another link to our chef coat selection. Commercial-grade without the high cost: http://workingduds.com/collections/chef-coats
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    Chefs Pants?

    We had a few more thoughts: ·         If choosing a baggy pant option, make sure it has a proper durable drawstring (Spoiler alert: ours has this!) ·         If you really want to avoid the pants from adjusting, go for a standard straight leg pant that has a zipper fly and a button or snap...
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    These #$%^* Pants!!!

    Some really great feedback to a very simple question by @theculinarykid. We had a few more thoughts: ·         If choosing a baggy pant option, make sure it has a proper durable drawstring (Spoiler alert: ours has this!) ·         If you really want to avoid the pants from adjusting, go for a...
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    New to the forum

    We are new to the form and thrilled to be here! We provide affordable, stylish and high-quality chef-wear at our website at www.workingduds.com. ChefTalk members receive a 10% discount with code: workinghero. Keep up the great cooking!
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    WorkingDuds (Affordable chef apparel) - Official Sponsor of ChefTalk

    We are thrilled to be a new sponsor of ChefTalk. Our online store is available at www.workingduds.com, where you can find the latest chef coats, chef pants, cook shirts, and other kitchen basics. Featuring products by Regent Apparel, a legendary name in the work-apparel industry, Working Duds...
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