I received the January 2016 issue of Bon Appétit and was reading an article: "In defense of simple food" featuring Chef Jeremy Fox. "Fox is particular about how his cooks fold their side towels. 'If a cook's not folding his towel right, ' Fox says, 'he might be cutting corners elsewhere.' They're used as pot holders, to wipe cutting boards, to anchor a mixing bowl-and draped over the corner of a pan to signal that it's hot. This is how to earn his approval:" And then there's a diagram on how to fold a towel. REALLY?! Who says that a towel HAS to be folded just so? I get that it's his kitchen but come on man. Just a little OCD, dontcha think?