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Cooking nomenclature (All Day)

rfaliasrfalias Registered User regular
edited July 2010 in Help / Advice Forum
So, I hear it on cooking shows and stuff, or kitchens where an order comes in and they say something like, for example:

"Two trout all day"

Google has let me down, so I turn to you!

I think Mr. Alton Brown also said it too on some episode, but I may be mistaken.

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    ChanusChanus Harbinger of the Spicy Rooster Apocalypse The Flames of a Thousand Collapsed StarsRegistered User regular
    edited July 2010
    It means "in total".

    Meaning, you should have a total of two trout cooking.

    Edit: Like, if you're the grill chef and you have three hamburgers going, and then an order comes in for another, the person calling out the orders would say, "One hamburger, four all day".

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