Which Food Have You Worked For?

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So Adam Gertler returned to Food Network this week with a new show entitled, Will Work For Food [ Mondays at 8:30pm/7:30c]. Adam is exposed to a pretty wild world of food jobs which made us wonder... Which Food (job) Have You Worked For?

Here's a quick round-up from The FN Dish staffers:

* Ice cream bicycle boy -- bike with mini-freezer on the front

* Pea picker -- endless hours in the sun for pennies per pod
* Amusement Park 'Fried Dough" Fryer
* Candy Girl at the first multiplex theater in Long Island
* Hostess for uppity tourist trap in East Hampton
* Bacon cook in Vermont -- ah, grease in the hair
* DC Nightlife Critic -- countless brewery tours (& tastes)

* Dude Ranch Cook -- quit over Alan Jackson brouhaha

We want to hear yours... Spill it!!

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