Kitchen hazard

Discussion in 'Professional Chefs' started by purplegug, Mar 31, 2010.

  1. purplegug

    purplegug

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    Has anyone else suffered from really bad chefs a** here? What are the best techniques to avoid it?
     
  2. fryguy

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    more time in the pantry and less time by the fryers.......if you know what I mean...
     
  3. purplegug

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    lol eh? No things you can use? Do you know many people that suffer, i have two friends that do.
     
  4. gunnar

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    what like swamp butt? Only when it's over 95 degrees outside and I am in jeans all day doing yardwork. In the kitchen I wear full cotton boxer briefs (not boxers, need some support) and 50/50 cotton/poly chef pants, baggy ones. Got to breathe down there or your in trouble.  Take a shower at the end of every shift and towel dry, then don't get dressed if you have the privacy or just wear the towel.
     
  5. leeniek

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    Girls aren't immune from that and I have found that baggy breathable pants, cotton undies both upstairs and down go a long way towards keeping comfortable in the heat of things.  Being a smallish girl (think Lauren Bacall.. tallish and slim) I can get away with the cotton sports bras with no worries of giving the boys an unexpected show!
     
  6. chefbuba

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    [​IMG]
     
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  7. leeniek

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    LMAO  too funny!!!!
     
  8. burnthuman

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    Hey now -- don't laugh too hard! Anti Monkey Butt powder WORKS! Comes in male and female, I think. I get mine at the local Ace hardware.

    BH
     
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  9. chefbillyb

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    Was that Ace Hardware, or As_ Hardware. And they really have Mr & Miss Monkey Butt Powder ???? I'm sticking with corn starch, when I take a bath it makes a nice slurry................Chef Bill
     
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  10. kuan

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    OK OK... keep it clean here.  /img/vbsmilies/smilies/smile.gif
     
  11. rat

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    It reminds me of the time when the cooks really ticked me off,-long story- They used to keep a box of cornstrach in the freezer for just such occasions. I went in there and filled the cornstarch box with powdered sugar. BWAHAHAHAHAHA.
     
  12. ferryman

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    I love the Anti-Monkey Butt powder!  /img/vbsmilies/smilies/lol.gif  If you can' find it, try Gold Bond EXTRA STRENGTH powder (green container).  It's sold everywhere plus it clears up the itch overnight.
     
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  13. foodpump

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    When I worked line, I just used baby or talcum powder, liberal dusting to keep skin from chafing.

    When it came to um.... discomfort in unmentionable areas, I would wipe with anti-fungal cream, a.k.a athelet's foot cream.  Problem would clear up very quickly.