It takes time to settle into a new job. You will look back favorably at the challenges along the way because they’re part of the reason why you took the new job in the first place. Good luck for the new job!]]>
Glad you ended up back in Seattle and at Veil. I have to say it was probably the best meal i’ve had in seattle. Either way, starting a new job sucks sucks and more or less sucks. Take it from me, i’ve started 5 jobs since walking out. But don’t let it get you down, with skill and passion you can find The Job for you anywhere, like food, you just have to experiment and try new things before sticking with something. Anyways i’m at Opal now and had the fortune to work with your friend Tyler (very smart man and a creative vagabond). Take care and i love the glasses. See you around.]]>
Ken Jackson. UK.]]>
Starting a new job is a pain and is even worse when you’re tough on yourself, but finding your groove is sublime. I can’t wait to read more about what you’re working on!
One quick question for you, would you be willing to meet with some pastry students? I suspect I am not the only one who would enjoy meeting you and having a chance to pick your brain.
“If you knew how much work went into it, you wouldn’t call it genius.” ~Michelangelo
I can’t wait to sample your new menu. Thanks for sharing a peek into the process of it’s development.]]>
The PB&J desserts sounds yummmm…