|Am I hot? :-) Me wearing a chef coat in my new kitchen!|
Now my wish is granted. I'm planing to wear it when I cater at events. Yes, I do catering on the side, so if you are in greater Seattle area and need gourmet food for you party, please let me know! :-)
When the package arrived, I was worried that it might be too big. I ordered an extra small size. You know, sometimes extra small isn't really "extra small". It turns out that the coat fits me perfectly! I'm happy about that. It's not easy for me to find clothes that fit me perfectly. The material I believe is made from cotton. It's very soft. I thought it was going to be crisp and hard fabric but it wasn't. It's comfortable to wear. I also like the lower side pockets and sleeve pocket. They will become handy when you cook outside of your own kitchen. On the back, there's a tab you can adjust the tightness for more feminine look!
The only think I don't like about is the front cloth knot buttons. Although they are called "Executive Cloth Knot buttons", I feel it's a burden to button these knots one by one. It is not that easy to button it at least for me.
Overall I love it! It's my first chef coat ever. Thank you Happy Chef Uniform!
I won't leave the post without food related photos! I hosted a birthday brunch for the in-laws at our new place this past weekend, and this is the table setting I had. I served quinch, salad, pea soup, and butternut squash puree. Of course, I wouldn't miss provide OJ and coffee! They enjoyed the food and I enjoyed cooking for them.
|Bacon, camerlized onion quinch. Recipe is coming soon.|