Wednesday 16 April 2003

Food cheats

I don't approve of this:
A RESTAURANT which helps inept cooks to cheat at dinner parties by serving its own meals on customers’ crockery has been inundated with requests for help.
On the basis of numerous press reports, I always had the impression that Gordon Ramsay was a bit of a dubious character. I was wrong:
But the restaurant has been criticised by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, who expressed his disgust at the idea of serving ready-prepared food at a dinner party.

He said: "What’s the point having a dinner party if you are going to cheat like that? It must be a very sad scenario indeed, having to spend the evening looking your guests in the eye knowing that you are lying because you have bought the food in from the restaurant round the corner."

Well said Gordon.

Politicians and others may cheat in this way but I can assure readers that all porridge consumed in this bloghouse is freshly cooked on the premises.