It looks like Richard Blais and his haircut are having a tough time deciding on a final menu for The Spence. He made a comment that it doesn’t matter what it says on the menu as long as when they are done eating it, they love it... I’m sorry but where is the logic in this?! Why would somebody order it off of a menu when the ingredients do not sound appetizing. You will not even get the chance to have them eat it. Richie, this one time only I am going to give you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, you can hire me as a consultant for your business. The first tip is free: your customers do NOT want to know that what they are eating is going to make their piss smell funny. But hey, it’s your restaurant and if people want to try out questionable food that unquestionably makes your urine smell then they can always come to The Spence. I think you have found your niche market, Richie!
When I found out that we were missing the duck for the party, my heart fell to my chest. My job requires me to constantly make sure that all the details are taken care of, and then what do I do?! I get the main course messed up instead. It is always something! Always something that is the problem! I am giving myself gray hair from this. I truly believe that it will all be for the best in the end. I love my #TeamFabio, and I would not be here without you. Thank you for being a part of my life and cooking my family recipes so that I can be a part of yours. If you really want to challenge yourself, you should check out my first Fabio Kitchen Challenge here!
It's great that you have a life coach that can mentor you, but you should find one that is a little more fit. He looks like he needs a personal trainer. Just sayin.....
Really enjoying your journey, Fabio. I too used to ride when I was younger. It is impossible to ride a horse, manage him/her, and experience the outdoors while thinking about work. You look good on horseback. Keep this up as a hobby. It will be good for your soul - and your image.