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Kenneth Suna hoped to become a professional wrestler, but an eight-foot drop onto a cement floor quickly ended his fifteen-year dream. He found work at the Texas Café, a Washington, D.C., neighborhood restaurant and later at White Spice, a high-end seafood restaurant. In this memoir, Suna provides a unique glimpse into the restaurant industry from the perspective of a young man at the beginning of his career. In It's a Miracle They Ain't Dead Yet, Suna delivers humorous true stories and descriptions from the kitchen. From maniac managers to quirky customers and eclectic co-workers, he reveals…mehr

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Kenneth Suna hoped to become a professional wrestler, but an eight-foot drop onto a cement floor quickly ended his fifteen-year dream. He found work at the Texas Café, a Washington, D.C., neighborhood restaurant and later at White Spice, a high-end seafood restaurant. In this memoir, Suna provides a unique glimpse into the restaurant industry from the perspective of a young man at the beginning of his career. In It's a Miracle They Ain't Dead Yet, Suna delivers humorous true stories and descriptions from the kitchen. From maniac managers to quirky customers and eclectic co-workers, he reveals all, including stories about the knife-wielding dishwasher, dead rats in the kitchen, cooks using cocaine, and situations similar to "Waiter, there's a roach in my food!" Suna is not a chef, nor does he own a restaurant. He was an employee at the bottom rung, and he saw it all-good and bad management, the treatment of immigrants, endearing stories, and shocking kitchen scenes. Eating out will never be the same.