Sunday, April 19, 2020

Kansas City Concern For Local Chefs Trumps Coronavirus Middle-Class White Guilt

Quick convo with one of our more financially secure readers offer worthwhile quip and a quick retort to yesterday's discussion about tipping . . .

"The discounts are amazing for at the nicer places that remain open. And it's like you're a hero for ordering fancy food. Tip 30% and you actually get takeout service with a smile . . . Overcoming just a twinge of guilt about eating so good during a crisis is easy if customers just remembering that they're helping to sustain the local economy this virus has all but destroyed.

It's not quite altruism BUT leads us to this local foodie post worth a peek . . .

Today's Takeout: Braised Beef Short Ribs at Story

Chef Carl Thorne-Thomsen is cooking up a storm in the kitchen of his Prairie Village restaurant, Story. For dinner only, he's preparing a selection of customer favorites that can be ordered online through Story's website with no-contact curbside pickup.

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