It’S a Miracle They Ain’T Dead Yet
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 Caf, 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 Its a Miracle They Aint Dead Yet, Suna delivers humorous true stories and descriptions from the kitchen. From maniac managers to quirky customers and eccentric 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, theres 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 allgood and bad management, the treatment of immigrants, endearing stories, and shocking kitchen scenes. Eating out will never be the same.