Hung: I can’t believe that the famous food critic, Julia Schilds, will be eating in my restaurant tomorrow night. I need to prepare a gourmet menu that’s going to be mind-blowing.
Padma: She wouldn’t be coming here if she didn’t already know that your cuisine is considered some of the best food in the city.
Hung: That may be so, but you’re only as good as your last meal. I need to think of some delicacies that will really impress her. Let’s see, I think we should offer two new hors d’oeuvres, in addition to the ones already on the menu.
Padma: Are you sure the chefs in the kitchen will be able to handle making six different hors d’oeuvres?
Hung: Hmm, maybe not.
Padma: Why don’t you concentrate on the entrees? I’m sure you could come up with one or two new dishes that will really impress her.
Hung: Okay, but I don’t want to put all of my eggs in one basket. I need to have dishes in every course that are out of this world.
Padma: Come on. You’re a great chef. What’s the worst she could say?
Hung: Lots of things. She could say that this is a run-of-the-mill restaurant with mediocre food that she wouldn’t even feed to her cat!
Padma: Okay, yes, she could say those things but she won’t. Your food will be mouthwatering and delectable, and her taste buds will thank you for it!
Category: Food + Drink
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