It is always fun to see engineers branching out and succeding in other areas of engineering beyond their initial training. I wish more engineers had this desire to learn. Congrats, and I wish you success.
@Karen....well Bacon & Egg rolls are pretty popular here but I never heard of a bacon chef here. You guys must be pretty passionate about it! And of course not drinking beer is deemed "un-Australian" here.... I'm tempted to come and get a taste - but I think my bank manager will talk me out of it.. :-((
Congratulations Karen. You'd have a lot on your shoulders now.....
When Max says "as is the fact that I hear we're going to have a bacon chef serving up that heavenly feast at Design West 2014" ... I suspect you have not organised anything in this respect yet and this is just Max's way of putting you in a position where you HAVE to get a bacon chef??!! :-)
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