Posted on December 3, 2019
And a spin.
How else would you fire them up?
Kitchen Utensil Fact:
Every house built since 1774 has a secret cabinet build behind your cabinets. This cabinet is suspended in a pocket dimension that only opens and deposits what you were frantically looking for after you have searched every room in the house.
It also only places it in the first place you looked as a form of convenience.
Second thing I learned in culinary school was how to properly click my tongs, 1st was how to hold a knife, 25yrs later when I’m on the line I still click em nonstop along with all the line cooks
I also have to double tap my knife on the cutting board before using it. Let’s the knife know it’s time to get to work.
I’m a double clicker myself. 3 clicks is just plain excessive.
I can hear this photo.
Make sure you also check the batteries.
How does someone use such tongs without the little metal piece that holds them together when not in use?
Those bad boys will either take up half a drawer or attack you with fury when you pull them out of the stand up utensil holder
so i guess i’m NOT CRAZY
This made me laugh more than it should have
You want I should tong him boss?
If your significant other is close, you might as well click them at their rear end.
Again? My springs are getting worn out with how many times I’ve seen this.
There’s a logical explanation in wanting to calibrate in your muscle memory how much resistance the tongs have against being closed.
This is a well known psychological effect called the “Zoidberg Effect”
I also have to snap them at any living being within ten feet, be it my wife, my kids, my dogs, or just cats
Best tap those mofuckas on the counter a couple times too like clack clack. Then you ready to flip some shit.
I have done this with a pair of tongs only to discover that they didn’t actually work. They were made from two different materials, and the part that is supposed to grip the food just broke off on one side. I guess it had a bad time in the dishwasher or something.
This is how the idea for “STOMP” was conceived.
Such a rookie move.
You absolutely already know they work.
Because you had to close and open them 117 times to get them out of the goddamed drawer when they titled slightly upwards and you had to jam your hand back there and use that extra bend in your wrist to get them out…
as a professional chef, can confirm
Read on a thread about this years ago that we do this because subconsciously we know we need to judge the closing force, so the clicky clicky is to “teach” our hands how hard to squeeze to pick up what we need to pick up, without crushing it.
Always do. r/kitchenconfidential
I worked as an expo and everybody does the two clicks test
My stapler knows the struggle..
A minimum of 2…perhaps 4
Bwahahah it’s not just me!
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