If you have spent much time in a restaurant you know that every job position consists of several descriptions that appear and are often spontaneously created as a result of tenure and general knowledge. Today I spent 20 minutes plumbing- fixing a compartment of a sink in our dishroom that decided to give way last Friday night 45 minutes before a big in-house catering. Would'nt you know. So I fixed it today- 10 minutes in the hardware store, 10 minutes in the dishroom fixing the sink. I do plumbing a few times a year. We have an old building, so lots of leaks. But I don't mind doing the minor repairs. There is something rewarding inside to me to see the water dry up and my plumbing to hold. What is your favorite non-cooking aspect of your job?