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Puffins

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Why shouldn't he cook Puffins? Why cook squirel? Why cook any animal?

If we weren't supposed to eat animals why are they made out of meat?? ;)
 
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The foul-mouthed celebrity chef slipped as he climbed down a 280 feet drop while filming Channel 4's 'The F Word' and landed in freezing cold water.

Mr Ramsay thought he was going to die as he struggled to swim above the surface in his heavy boots and waterproof gear.
How does that work, then? Unless he's the Messiah.

"I thought I was a goner," he said.
We wish

"They say cats have nine lives. I've had 12 already and I don't know how many more I'll have. I remember thinking. 'Oh f***'. My boots and my waterproofs were dragging me down. I'm an extremely good swimmer, but I couldn't get to the surface.
Utter cock.

"I was panicking and my lungs were filling with water. When I got to the top after getting my boots off I was dazed and my head was totally numb." Mr Ramsay failed to surface for 45 seconds before his film crew chucked him a rope and pulled him to safety.
I bet the film crew had a quick sweepstake on how long he could hold his breath.

To begin with, he was too scared to admit to his wife Tana Ramsay,33, what had happened.

"I didn't tell her at first," Mr Ramsay said. "I chickened out but she knew something was up. She was upset and extremely p***** off. When I was underwater all I could think of was Tana and my kids."

Mr Ramsay was treated at his hotel for a nasty gash on his leg and later had a check up in London's Cromwell Hospital.

His cut leg was not the only injury the chef had to endure. He was also bitten on the nose by an angry puffin as he filmed in Iceland's Westman Islands.

The cut needed three stitches and some make-up to disguise the scarring.
Why bother?

"I keep saying one of my kids punched me. I'm too embarrassed to say it was a puffin. We had a licence to cull 1000 (puffins). I didn't realise how difficult they are to cook but they're very tasty."
Book due out soon, Gordy?
 

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