While I didn't get to go around taking pictures, there were several professionals who were invited in to the kitchen to document the experience that was LudoBites 007.
There will be a LudoBites book coming out sometime next year... perhaps I'll make an appearance? who knows.
One guy named Wesley came in for a couple of days, and shot hundreds of pictures. It's funny looking at the whole photo stream - looking at the experience I lived through from another person's perspective. I also get a glimpse of the magic that happened in other parts of the kitchen - things I never got to see.
If you're interested, please take a look... some of the photos are simply gorgeous. There's one in particular of Chef joking around with me just laughing. This picture makes me happy.
Chef was tough to work for ("I may be an asshole, but i'm not a monster"), but he joked around a lot. It was fun. It was intense at times. And if things were going wrong, it got scary. But in the end, he got the results he wanted: the diners were served some beautiful, inventive, and delicious meals...
I just love food. I love being around people who appreciate good food. Food should be enjoyable, and fun. I consider myself lucky that I got to experience working at Ludobites. And if I could do it again, I definitely would.