That's exactly correct. You're spot on with this comment. Now, see, you did that all wrong. You should've said it's the camp cook's job to help put the bagbalm on. But just to reitterate what has been said. I get it all the time too about helping out. I have a way I do things, and it works. Hard to teach that. I've dealt with so many armchair quarterbacks over the years because they were camp cooks (most having done camps of 4-8 max for only a couple days). I've done camps for a week or two with over 20-40 people. And still fished and hunted at the same time (talk about A LOT of preprep). But I have a way I do things. People just don't understand and you can't explain it to them either. But that's the difference between someone who does it all the time, and someone who does it occasionally. I'm not a "chef", but even in a kitchen a chef does a lot of the cooking and his sous chef's (those helping prep and serve) are trained by him/her and know his/her style. Hard to bring someone in off the street and just "help". Especially if they have their own style of cooking.