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Old 07-02-2014, 06:00 PM   #1
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Just found out that starting 7 Jul Chef Tj will be moving to the morning shift at Trails End. No more 1900 PF
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Old 07-02-2014, 06:31 PM   #2
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Does anyone ever wonder if he keeps getting moved because people keep posting his location?
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Old 07-02-2014, 07:56 PM   #3
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Does anyone ever wonder if he keeps getting moved because people keep posting his location?
I wondered the same thing!
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Does anyone ever wonder if he keeps getting moved because people keep posting his location?
Ya THINK?!?
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Old 07-02-2014, 08:09 PM   #5
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He was at 1900 PF four years. Disney likes to move chefs ever 3 years or so.
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He was at 1900 PF four years. Disney likes to move chefs ever 3 years or so.
That's interesting. There was just a post about a month ago saying he was there for breakfast only or something. And plenty of posts asking where he is so they can request things.

It looks like from your posts alone they've been switching him from morning to night pretty frequently. By all means, keep posting and following him around, I just feel bad for the guy sometimes.
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Old 07-03-2014, 01:13 PM   #7
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Does anyone ever wonder if he keeps getting moved because people keep posting his location?
He can't even hide tucked away at FW. He needs a disguise.
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Old 07-03-2014, 07:08 PM   #8
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Sorry if my post bugged you. I posted because a lot of the disboarders like to know where he is. My last post was just to let people know he went from dinner to mornings at 1900 PF not that he changed locations. BTW, he is fine with guests knowing where he is working, trust me on that one
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Can you make special requests at Trails End? Somehow, I thought it was really basic.
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Old 07-03-2014, 10:55 PM   #10
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Can you make special requests at Trails End? Somehow, I thought it was really basic.

1) If you have a menu problem/allergy/etc, he will make an alternative.
2) He will not usually take special requests. *
3) Trails End is not that kind of place.

* At least this is what we were told this week.
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Old 07-04-2014, 12:50 PM   #11
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Thanks for the heads up! We had 1900 PF ADRs just to experience his magic. We have MANY allergies so if he's not there, I'm not sure I want to try it. Trail's End doesn't fit into our plans, so our elusive TJ meal will have to wait another year... Sigh.
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1) If you have a menu problem/allergy/etc, he will make an alternative.
2) He will not usually take special requests. *
3) Trails End is not that kind of place.

* At least this is what we were told this week.
What exactly is "make an alternative" if not a special request?
And what do you mean when you say "not that kind of place"? Not the kind of place that offers alternatives or special requests? Or the kind of place where you want to eat, or the kind of place where we're likely to find help or the kind of place that you find acceptable, or the kind of place that....what?

Honestly, if you spent less time numbering your posts and more time actually including content, people might get something from your posts.
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Old 07-04-2014, 07:56 PM   #13
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What exactly is "make an alternative" if not a special request?
And what do you mean when you say "not that kind of place"? Not the kind of place that offers alternatives or special requests? Or the kind of place where you want to eat, or the kind of place where we're likely to find help or the kind of place that you find acceptable, or the kind of place that....what?

Honestly, if you spent less time numbering your posts and more time actually including content, people might get something from your posts.
Trail's End's offerings are pretty basic and I would imagine that any alternatives would be very limited too. I would assume that that is what was meant.
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What exactly is "make an alternative" if not a special request? . . .

It is what it says.
. . . if you have a dietary issue, the chef will offer alterantives
. . . example: you can select from those items offered
. . . example: you can't "special request" a high grade steak at Trails End
. . . there is a difference between an alternarte dish and a "special request"
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What exactly is "make an alternative" if not a special request?
And what do you mean when you say "not that kind of place"? Not the kind of place that offers alternatives or special requests? Or the kind of place where you want to eat, or the kind of place where we're likely to find help or the kind of place that you find acceptable, or the kind of place that....what?

Honestly, if you spent less time numbering your posts and more time actually including content, people might get something from your posts.
I understood his post perfectly.
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