Trade-trained Chefs

Discussion in 'Old & Bold' started by putteesinmyhands, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. Own a restaurant, employ chefs

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  2. Own a restaurant, still cheffing

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  3. Employed as chef in restaurant

  4. Run chip shop

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  5. Flip burgers or similar

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  6. Became a butcher

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  7. Own cake shop

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  8. Other catering

  9. Couldn't take the heat - non catering

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  1. Just wondering what became of you after you handed in your whites. Options in the poll.

    Damn. Forgot to add: "Still cooking for the Army but as a civvy".
  2. I can't see the choice "serving life for mass murder due to food poisoning"
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  3. Thinking of the few alledgedly trained sloppies I bumped into, you also forgot to add the options:

    "Manning a Navy glory hole in Weymouth having served my time for serial rape in a German prison!"


    "Malingering, sponging and ceaselessly whining like a prize Wendy!"
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  4. I answered on behalf of my uncle who went from the Armies Cooking Comandos to work in a shit little Cafe in Lisburn, you could not get anything on the menu with more than 1 sausage or bacon! :)
  5. What did you do to get access to German prisoners to rape them?

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    Careful! That looks like a bombe!
  7. retrained as a zookeeper,but continued specialst larder and patissiery as a very profitable sideline,prince philip enjoyed my food at royal ascot week in the 60,s, also had occasion to cater for Konrad Adenauer and Willy Brandt while I was in Berlin as acivvie, the worst people to cater for were officers and senior ranks wives,, bitches used to clear a 50 metre cold spread in seconds,never seen a junior ranks wife turn up at a function with coolerbags and boxes, mind you officers wives at 60,s middle wallop, stole lots a game pies which were filled with reconstituted dried dogfood
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  8. That's fifty years ago. Who said RAOC bread wasn't long-life.
  9. TA, so more of a serial, rather than mass, poisoner. Worked as a meat inspector anyway. Trade came in handy for the Chefette's packed lunches;

    Sandwich, ham
    Fruit drink

    At the moment Tescos are doing Tayto crisps in the 'World food' section. If they start doing Panda pop, and Mars bars with Arabic writing I can start a horror bag re-enactment society.
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  10. Grumblegrunt

    Grumblegrunt LE Book Reviewer

    have you found a source of pink death then?
  11. I found some tinned processed cheese in that section, £4 a tin!!!
  12. I may have some tins of cheese.
  13. Rosspa's gone tit's up. Down to my last 3 tins (a month out of date).