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(The Sun)   Drunk militant chef attempts break in of restaurant to prove they lied about recipe   ( divider line
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2002-10-25 08:52:00 AM  
2002-10-25 08:54:05 AM  
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2002-10-25 08:55:57 AM  
"I demanded to see the chef because if I was served that in my restaurant I would want to see the chef.

...wouldn't he be demanding to see himself then?
2002-10-25 08:56:31 AM  
"James, former head chef at a seafood restaurant, was charged with criminal damage. He pleaded guilty and was given a conditional discharge and ordered to pay £50 compensation."

that bastard ass mother farker!!! i break a fence at some apartments and get two weeks community service, he breaks innto a hotel with a hammer and they let him go?!? fark i hate american cops!
2002-10-25 08:56:45 AM  
Mustard man chef?
2002-10-25 08:57:11 AM  
well, not the cops b/c i deserved to be arrested but i meant really that i hate the judicial system
2002-10-25 08:57:12 AM  
Way to go, drunk militant chef!

Bork Bork Bork!
2002-10-25 09:01:23 AM  
He was wearing baklava? mmmmm....baklava....

"At 2.40am he donned a black balaclava, camouflage jacket and gloves and grabbed a hammer."

Ohhhhhh, a balaclava!!!! (wtf is a balaclava?)
2002-10-25 09:01:44 AM  
There is no bigger asshole in the world than some chef dining in someone else's restaurant.
2002-10-25 09:02:31 AM  
And we care because?...
2002-10-25 09:02:53 AM  
This is what makes Britain great, the fact that a consumer can wreck havoc on the establishment, committing breaking and entering, trespassing, theft, you name it but if it's in the name of fair trade he becomes a national hero, worshipped by the Sun. It kind of brings a tear to the eye.
2002-10-25 09:04:38 AM  
This is the funniest Photoshop evar!
2002-10-25 09:04:49 AM  
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On a side note: WTF? Need to go all commando-like just to prove you're right about the sauce on your food? Be happy if it didn't include Cream of Sum Yung Gai.
2002-10-25 09:05:22 AM  
CommieSheep is right, after all, we all _know_ Saddam has got weapons of mass destruction but we still have top wait for his permission to come and take a look.

After all, brown sauce is so much more dangerous, I remember my friend using it to destroy a plate of lemon curd sandwiches.
2002-10-25 09:05:31 AM  
British chef.

Isn't that an oxymoron?
2002-10-25 09:06:42 AM  
Balaclava = actual real name for "ski mask".
2002-10-25 09:07:04 AM  
Donkster: Thanks!

Why don't they just call it "ninja-terrorist-looking-mask-thingie"?
2002-10-25 09:07:47 AM  
BigPeeler: British Chef = Jamie Oliver, he's a poxy moron.
2002-10-25 09:09:20 AM  
Sunbelly the picture in your profile is broke. Somedays it's all us Farkers have to go on. Please help.
2002-10-25 09:09:39 AM  
Fish cakes in a chili sauce? Uh.....Yum?
2002-10-25 09:10:49 AM  
incidentally, there's only one brown sauce imho and it ain't HP...
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no wonder this guy went a bit radio rental
2002-10-25 09:10:50 AM  
Jesus Christ. Celebrity chef's are even taking over FARK now. Is there no way to escape these talentless, charismatically-challenged, fake personality tossers?
2002-10-25 09:15:29 AM  
Drunk militant chef attempts break in of restaurant to prove they lied about recipe

"Drunk asshat headline-writer in attempts confused of prepositions to prove they doesn't know grammar"
2002-10-25 09:18:21 AM  
oi! Crazyeddie! you see that? that's you that is.
2002-10-25 09:20:10 AM  
I'm sorry CommieSheep, both brands pale against the true champion - OK Sauce.
2002-10-25 09:20:18 AM  
i sense a story that Mr Veach is holding back

come on spill it!
2002-10-25 09:20:22 AM  
Brown sauce doesn't sound like anything I want on my food.
2002-10-25 09:21:46 AM  
haha oh I'm sorry, CommieSheep...continue talking about your brown sauce.

Sorry to interrupt. On your bike. Go on. Back to your brown sauce. Go ahead.
2002-10-25 09:23:40 AM  
Donkster: Working on it.

Stupid PhotoIsland *grumble grumble*
2002-10-25 09:25:27 AM  
Drunk militant chef attempts break in of restaurant to prove they lied about recipe

"Drunk asshat headline-writer in attempts confused of prepositions to prove they doesn't know grammar"

"Crazy grammar-nazi farker corrects headline that has no grammatical errors but includes one of his own"
2002-10-25 09:36:05 AM  
The Sun is there!
2002-10-25 09:39:29 AM  
Todays's fact of the day:

HP sauce used to be called Garton's which is snotrag backwards.

Another one of those tomorrow.
2002-10-25 09:43:48 AM  
Fark the grammer nazis. I hate the grammer nazis.

Well not the nazis themselves, i deserved to invaded, i hate the fascist political system.
2002-10-25 09:47:14 AM  
Did he have a Malvo moment????
2002-10-25 09:50:30 AM  
So if two wrongs don't make a right, why do three rights make a left?

2002-10-25 09:53:43 AM  
10-25-02 09:05:31 AM Bigpeeler
British chef.

Isn't that an oxymoron?

I was expecting this much sooner. As a Brit, i am the first to agree with the fact british food sucks. Although a great number of brits do infact eat other food, Indian food is infact the most popular here (it has been adapted for british tastes. basically made more spicier and hotter so it can be appreciatted after 12 pints of beer). I myself eat mainly italian, indian (british) and asian food (my wife is filipino).

Sunday lunches are actually the best thing british cuisine has to offer, its similiar to a christmas lunch.

PS. Jamie Oliver is an tw*t.
2002-10-25 09:57:50 AM  
HP brown sause it god. On a cold sausage-roll... mmmmm
2002-10-25 09:58:47 AM  
sauce. hmph.
2002-10-25 10:00:50 AM  
You gotta admire that HP sauce tho', great on eggs, chops, and the ever popular chip sandwich. Ahhhh, sweet, sweet cholesterol...
2002-10-25 10:06:26 AM  
According to Gorgeous George, Tariq Aziz puts it on everything.
2002-10-25 10:07:47 AM  
Britain, much like America, gets all its best food from other places, though without the alarming propensity to turn almost anything into a sandwich.

P.S. Jamie Oliver = Satan
2002-10-25 10:11:45 AM  
As a red-blooded American boy who cooks a great deal, let me just say that my own sauce, made with a base of Sweet Baby Ray's KC BBQ Sauce, is nectar. Nectar, I tells ya!
2002-10-25 10:18:33 AM  
"America gets all its best food from other places"

Care to expand on that? I'm curious as to what you think the "best food" in America is.
2002-10-25 10:20:40 AM  
Jamie Oliver = Kitchen piss boy dragged into national celebrity after coked up media type looking for brand new cooking show stumbled into the kitchen of a restaurant whilst looking for the loos, and decided she fancied him more than the actual chef.

His wife's a bit of a looker though, so maybe I'm just bitter.
2002-10-25 10:24:31 AM  

I'm currently working on a plan to get a grill on the roof of the building where I work. I have roof access and a secure way to get the necessary items up there without anyone noticing. Now, if someone could please help me on the smoke issue so that everytime I grill a burger, somebody doesn't sound the fire alarm. Any ideas?
2002-10-25 10:24:48 AM  
My, somewhat unimportant, a huge chunk of the things taht one thinks of as "american food" are based on an idea(s)imported from somewhere else brought along by the relevant chunk of immigrants. Whether you take junk food (eg Pizza or hamburgers) or high end restaurants, it is usually a style or type of food that originated somewhere else.
2002-10-25 10:25:22 AM  
Did someone say 'Dickens Cider?
2002-10-25 10:25:40 AM  
... but at least he has fake friends and a mockney accent. I shop at Tesco's now.
2002-10-25 10:27:54 AM  
If in the UK we say that the weather is getting a bit autumnal, do the Americans say that it's getting fallal?
2002-10-25 10:28:55 AM  
"British chef.

Isn't that an oxymoron?"

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