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Old 10-27-2004, 12:53 PM   #11
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Yeah, just ask Jamie Oliver
I know he was called The Naked Chef but didn't know why. I've only watched him a few times - it was when the gave the kids a chance to learn how to become a chef and most of them totally screwed up a great opportunity to better themselves.
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Old 10-27-2004, 07:42 PM   #12
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I saw that show too, Otter. Only time I ever saw him trying to be serious about anything.
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Old 10-28-2004, 05:24 AM   #13
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Old 10-28-2004, 05:27 AM   #14
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Yeah, just ask Jamie Oliver
I know he was called The ***** Chef but didn't know why. I've only watched him a few times - it was when the gave the kids a chance to learn how to become a chef and most of them totally screwed up a great opportunity to better themselves.
okay. my computer ate my last message...
i had always assumed that the title of that show was meant to imply that jaime oliver was paring cooking down to the bare essentials. just my own interpretation.
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Yeah, just ask Jamie Oliver
I know he was called The ***** Chef but didn't know why. I've only watched him a few times - it was when the gave the kids a chance to learn how to become a chef and most of them totally screwed up a great opportunity to better themselves.
okay. my computer ate my last message...
i had always assumed that the title of that show was meant to imply that jaime oliver was paring cooking down to the bare essentials. just my own interpretation.
It probably is. What my comment was referring to was the valentines day meal he cooked for his wife last year (at least I think that is what it was). He took the name of his show seriously and had a bit of a minor, although painful accident. I don't recall exactly what happened, but I think some hot water or something splashed on a very sensitive part.
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