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Gordon Ramsay: Why Brexit will be a good thing for lazy Britain
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Bod
2017-10-10 12:59:06 UTC
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Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the “influx” of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.

https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
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R. Mark Clayton
2017-10-10 16:05:15 UTC
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Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the “influx” of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
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Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas bars and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his eateries: -

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
tim...
2017-10-10 19:55:23 UTC
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Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the “influx” of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
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Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?

quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated

the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order

They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components

tim
pensive hamster
2017-10-10 20:53:11 UTC
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Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the “influx” of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
Some dishes improve by being cooked 24 hrs+ in advance
(and being kept in the fridge or freezer in the meantime) -
this allows the flavours to blend together and to become more
mellow and tasty.

This applies to many stews, curries, the ragu for spaghetti
Bolognese, some soups, etc.
MM
2017-10-11 10:09:54 UTC
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On Tue, 10 Oct 2017 13:53:11 -0700 (PDT), pensive hamster
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This applies to many stews, curries, the ragu for spaghetti
Bolognese, some soups, etc.
Indeed it does. I make a lot of soups and they always taste better the
next day. I reckon it's the various amino acids all working to create
a synergy of flavours.

MM
Norman Wells
2017-10-11 10:47:53 UTC
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On Tue, 10 Oct 2017 13:53:11 -0700 (PDT), pensive hamster
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This applies to many stews, curries, the ragu for spaghetti
Bolognese, some soups, etc.
Indeed it does. I make a lot of soups and they always taste better the
next day. I reckon it's the various amino acids all working to create
a synergy of flavours.
Not the bacteria then?
R. Mark Clayton
2017-10-11 11:35:17 UTC
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Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the “influx” of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
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Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
Sorry that's elsewhere: -
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1726501/gordon-ramsays-airport-diner-is-slammed-by-customers-in-hundreds-of-tripadvisor-reviews/
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/gordon-ramsays-bad-week-gets-worse-as-cockroaches-are-found-at-his-michelin-star-restaurant-maze-9998492.html
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quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
tim
Only some, most dishes will be inferior when warmed up.
MM
2017-10-13 10:14:13 UTC
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On Wed, 11 Oct 2017 04:35:17 -0700 (PDT), "R. Mark Clayton"
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Post by Bod
Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the “influx” of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
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Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
Sorry that's elsewhere: -
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1726501/gordon-ramsays-airport-diner-is-slammed-by-customers-in-hundreds-of-tripadvisor-reviews/
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/gordon-ramsays-bad-week-gets-worse-as-cockroaches-are-found-at-his-michelin-star-restaurant-maze-9998492.html
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quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
tim
Only some, most dishes will be inferior when warmed up.
That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?

Mine: An omelette.

MM
tim...
2017-10-13 12:27:23 UTC
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On Wed, 11 Oct 2017 04:35:17 -0700 (PDT), "R. Mark Clayton"
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Post by tim...
Post by R. Mark Clayton
Post by Bod
Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the "influx" of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
--
Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
Sorry that's elsewhere: -
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1726501/gordon-ramsays-airport-diner-is-slammed-by-customers-in-hundreds-of-tripadvisor-reviews/
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/gordon-ramsays-bad-week-gets-worse-as-cockroaches-are-found-at-his-michelin-star-restaurant-maze-9998492.html
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quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
tim
Only some, most dishes will be inferior when warmed up.
That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?
Mine: An omelette.
on the same theme

pancakes

like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them

so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones

Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain

tim
James Wilkinson Sword
2017-10-13 13:57:38 UTC
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On Wed, 11 Oct 2017 04:35:17 -0700 (PDT), "R. Mark Clayton"
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Post by tim...
Post by R. Mark Clayton
Post by Bod
Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the "influx" of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
--
Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
Sorry that's elsewhere: -
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1726501/gordon-ramsays-airport-diner-is-slammed-by-customers-in-hundreds-of-tripadvisor-reviews/
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/gordon-ramsays-bad-week-gets-worse-as-cockroaches-are-found-at-his-michelin-star-restaurant-maze-9998492.html
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quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
tim
Only some, most dishes will be inferior when warmed up.
That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?
Mine: An omelette.
on the same theme
pancakes
like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up. How on earth is your mouth detecting the difference?
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Bod
2017-10-13 14:04:41 UTC
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That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?
Mine: An omelette.
on the same theme
pancakes
like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up.  How on
earth is your mouth detecting the difference?
Because you must have faulty taste buds. Everyone else can taste the
difference and I agree that those foods taste awful when re-heated.
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James Wilkinson Sword
2017-10-13 14:17:31 UTC
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Post by MM
That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?
Mine: An omelette.
on the same theme
pancakes
like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bother=
ed
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with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up. How on
earth is your mouth detecting the difference?
Because you must have faulty taste buds. Everyone else can taste the
difference and I agree that those foods taste awful when re-heated.
Taste buds are to tell what a food is, and if it's gone off. There's no=
point in telling the history of the cooking.

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The Peeler
2017-10-13 15:15:33 UTC
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Because you must have faulty taste buds. Everyone else can taste the
difference and I agree that those foods taste awful when re-heated.
Taste buds are to tell what a food is, and if it's gone off. There's no
point in telling the history of the cooking.
What an IDIOT! <tsk>
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2017-10-13 14:04:49 UTC
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Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the "influx" of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
Post by Bod
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Bod
Sure he does.  He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places,
tapas
bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
Sorry that's elsewhere: -
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1726501/gordon-ramsays-airport-diner-is-slammed-by-customers-in-hundreds-of-tripadvisor-reviews/
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/gordon-ramsays-bad-week-gets-worse-as-cockroaches-are-found-at-his-michelin-star-restaurant-maze-9998492.html
Post by Bod
quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
tim
Only some, most dishes will be inferior when warmed up.
That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?
Mine: An omelette.
on the same theme
pancakes
like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up.  How on
earth is your mouth detecting the difference?
Maybe he has better taste buds? Some things definitely do taste better
the day after, reheated, others are nicer fresh.
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2017-10-13 14:16:48 UTC
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Post by Bod
Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the "influx" of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
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Post by Bod
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Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places,
tapas
Post by R. Mark Clayton
bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
Sorry that's elsewhere: -
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1726501/gordon-ramsays-airport-diner-is-slammed-by-customers-in-hundreds-of-tripadvisor-reviews/
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/gordon-ramsays-bad-week-gets-worse-as-cockroaches-are-found-at-his-michelin-star-restaurant-maze-9998492.html
Post by Bod
quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
tim
Only some, most dishes will be inferior when warmed up.
That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?
Mine: An omelette.
on the same theme
pancakes
like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up. How on
earth is your mouth detecting the difference?
Maybe he has better taste buds? Some things definitely do taste better
the day after, reheated, others are nicer fresh.
I can tell the difference between fresh and nearing/after sellby date. But heating something twice doesn't change anything. The food isn't going to go off by heating. Do you also not like something that was cooked for slightly longer? Because that's all you're doing.
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2017-10-13 15:15:37 UTC
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I can tell the difference between fresh and nearing/after sellby date.
But heating something twice doesn't change anything. The food isn't
going to go off by heating. Do you also not like something that was
cooked for slightly longer? Because that's all you're doing.
Geezuz Christ ...is this idiot for real? <tsk>
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Post by Bod
Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the "influx" of migrants will give
homegrown
Post by Bod
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
Post by Bod
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Bod
Sure he does.  He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places,
tapas
bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people
want to
eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated
rubbish in
his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
Sorry that's elsewhere: -
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1726501/gordon-ramsays-airport-diner-is-slammed-by-customers-in-hundreds-of-tripadvisor-reviews/
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/gordon-ramsays-bad-week-gets-worse-as-cockroaches-are-found-at-his-michelin-star-restaurant-maze-9998492.html
Post by Bod
quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
tim
Only some, most dishes will be inferior when warmed up.
That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?
Mine: An omelette.
on the same theme
pancakes
like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up.  How on
earth is your mouth detecting the difference?
Maybe he has better taste buds?  Some things definitely do taste better
the day after, reheated, others are nicer fresh.
I can tell the difference between fresh and nearing/after sellby date.
But heating something twice doesn't change anything.  The food isn't
going to go off by heating.  Do you also not like something that was
cooked for slightly longer?  Because that's all you're doing.
For example - Reheating fish causes overcooking and that's not nice. So
yes, there are things I do not like cooked slightly longer.
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2017-10-13 14:17:43 UTC
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Post by Bod
Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the "influx" of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
Post by R. Mark Clayton
Post by Bod
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Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places,
tapas
Post by R. Mark Clayton
bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
Sorry that's elsewhere: -
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1726501/gordon-ramsays-airport-diner-is-slammed-by-customers-in-hundreds-of-tripadvisor-reviews/
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/gordon-ramsays-bad-week-gets-worse-as-cockroaches-are-found-at-his-michelin-star-restaurant-maze-9998492.html
Post by Bod
quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
tim
Only some, most dishes will be inferior when warmed up.
That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?
Mine: An omelette.
on the same theme
pancakes
like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up. How on
earth is your mouth detecting the difference?
Maybe he has better taste buds? Some things definitely do taste better
the day after, reheated, others are nicer fresh.
Some are BETTER reheated?!
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Maybe he has better taste buds? Some things definitely do taste better
the day after, reheated, others are nicer fresh.
Some are BETTER reheated?!
Why are you asking, psycho? YOU won't notice any difference as you are full
of drugs!
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Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the "influx" of migrants will give
homegrown
Post by Bod
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
Post by Bod
--
Bod
Sure he does.  He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places,
tapas
bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people
want to
eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated
rubbish in
his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
Sorry that's elsewhere: -
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1726501/gordon-ramsays-airport-diner-is-slammed-by-customers-in-hundreds-of-tripadvisor-reviews/
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/gordon-ramsays-bad-week-gets-worse-as-cockroaches-are-found-at-his-michelin-star-restaurant-maze-9998492.html
Post by Bod
quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
tim
Only some, most dishes will be inferior when warmed up.
That is true, Here's a competition, open to all: What is the worst
food you can think of to be warmed up?
Mine: An omelette.
on the same theme
pancakes
like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up.  How on
earth is your mouth detecting the difference?
Maybe he has better taste buds?  Some things definitely do taste better
the day after, reheated, others are nicer fresh.
Some are BETTER reheated?!
Yup. There are two of us in this house and when I make a casserole, or,
a ragu, or a chilli, four portions, and I freeze half for another day.
The flavour develops and it tastes even better. Of course, this is home
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Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up.  How on
earth is your mouth detecting the difference?
Maybe he has better taste buds? Some things definitely do taste better
the day after, reheated, others are nicer fresh.
I believe it's really a side effect of his medication.
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Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up. How on earth
is your mouth detecting the difference?
That's because you ARE an abnormal psychiatric case, and your abnormal
sensual perception (that you often keep bragging about) is most likely
brought about by your heavy medication, Birdbrain!
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on the same theme
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like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up. How on earth
is your mouth detecting the difference?
it's not the taste

it's the crispness

tim
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on the same theme
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like, I suspect a lot of people, I like pancakes but can't be bothered with
the aggro of preparing them
so I bough a packet of precooked, warm in a microwave ones
Totally inferior to the home made product, so never gain
tim
Everything tastes the same as the original to me warmed up. How on earth
is your mouth detecting the difference?
it's not the taste
it's the crispness
Does that really matter? I eat food for the taste.
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it's not the taste
it's the crispness
Does that really matter? I eat food for the taste.
SHUT you stupid gob finally, you disgusting wanker!
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controv=
ersy
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where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to ord=
er
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They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some comp=
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death wa=
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waiting for the meal.
Is there no way to make this driveling idiot shut up! LOL
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talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
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Bod
Sure he does.  He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas
bars
and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat
out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his
eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
where does it says that the end result was rubbish?
quite a lot of food in fancy restaurants is re-heated
the pre times are so long it would be impossible to cook it all to order
They have been designed around the possibility of re-heating some components
About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
waiting for the meal.
True.
"I'll have the braised lamb shank, and my wife will have the grilled sea
bass."
"That'll be three hours for you sir, and yours, madam, will be ready in
10 minutes."

:-)
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
waiting for the meal.
True.
"I'll have the braised lamb shank, and my wife will have the grilled sea
bass."
"That'll be three hours for you sir, and yours, madam, will be ready in
10 minutes."
http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-french-onion-soup-in-the-slow-cooker-start-to-finish-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-215696

Why the Slow Cooker Makes the Best French Onion Soup

The onions cook alone for 12 hours. Opt for cooking overnight
if you plan to serve the soup for dinner the next day. After adding
the broth and seasoning to the soup, cook again for another six to
eight hours. The total cook time for this recipe is about 20 hours
in the slow cooker. ...
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
waiting for the meal.
True.
"I'll have the braised lamb shank, and my wife will have the grilled sea
bass."
"That'll be three hours for you sir, and yours, madam, will be ready in
10 minutes."
http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-french-onion-soup-in-the-slow-cooker-start-to-finish-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-215696
Why the Slow Cooker Makes the Best French Onion Soup
The onions cook alone for 12 hours. Opt for cooking overnight
if you plan to serve the soup for dinner the next day. After adding
the broth and seasoning to the soup, cook again for another six to
eight hours. The total cook time for this recipe is about 20 hours
in the slow cooker. ...
Grand things, slow cookers.
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
waiting for the meal.
True.
"I'll have the braised lamb shank, and my wife will have the grilled sea
bass."
"That'll be three hours for you sir, and yours, madam, will be ready in
10 minutes."
http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-french-onion-soup-in-the-slow-cooker-start-to-finish-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-215696
Why the Slow Cooker Makes the Best French Onion Soup
The onions cook alone for 12 hours. Opt for cooking overnight
if you plan to serve the soup for dinner the next day. After adding
the broth and seasoning to the soup, cook again for another six to
eight hours. The total cook time for this recipe is about 20 hours
in the slow cooker. ...
Grand things, slow cookers.
Not for me. By the time it's finished I've probably decided I want to eat something else.
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
waiting for the meal.
True.
"I'll have the braised lamb shank, and my wife will have the grilled sea
bass."
"That'll be three hours for you sir, and yours, madam, will be ready in
10 minutes."
http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-french-onion-soup-in-the-slow-cooker-start-to-finish-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-215696
Why the Slow Cooker Makes the Best French Onion Soup
The onions cook alone for 12 hours. Opt for cooking overnight
if you plan to serve the soup for dinner the next day. After adding
the broth and seasoning to the soup, cook again for another six to
eight hours. The total cook time for this recipe is about 20 hours
in the slow cooker. ...
Cor blimey, 20 hours! I'd read of some French chefs sautéeing the
onions for 5 hours, but all I can manage is 20 minutes, and then the
onions already look so tasty I can't wait any longer.

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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.

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McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
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McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
Exactly, I said restaurant, not fast food outlet.
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McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
Exactly, I said restaurant, not fast food outlet.
Do any restaurants in your area -or even McDonalds- let you enter at all,
you sociopathic misfit. I rather doubt it, you filth!
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On Fri, 13 Oct 2017 15:31:22 +0100, "James Wilkinson Sword"
About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
Exactly, I said restaurant, not fast food outlet.
McDonalds refers to their restaurants as restaurants.

Of course, I don't expect you, Mr cat-food-buyer-in-chief, to be seen
dead in one of 'em, topless or not.

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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
Exactly, I said restaurant, not fast food outlet.
McDonalds refers to their restaurants as restaurants.
Of course, I don't expect you, Mr cat-food-buyer-in-chief, to be seen
dead in one of 'em, topless or not.
What they call them doesn't change what they are. I doubt the owner of a proper restaurant would say he ran an establishment similar to MacDonalds.
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What they call them doesn't change what they are. I doubt the owner of a proper restaurant would say he ran an establishment similar to MacDonalds.
What's a "proper restaurant"? Subway? Greggs? KFC? The tearoom on the
high street?

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What they call them doesn't change what they are. I doubt the owner of a proper restaurant would say he ran an establishment similar to MacDonalds.
What's a "proper restaurant"? Subway? Greggs? KFC? The tearoom on the
high street?
A traditional one (not fast food). You know, sit down, order a proper meal, wait half a fucking hour, then get it served on real pot plates with metal cutlery.
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What's a "proper restaurant"? Subway? Greggs? KFC? The tearoom on the
high street?
A traditional one (not fast food). You know, sit down, order a proper
meal, wait half a fucking hour, then get it served on real pot plates
with metal cutlery.
IOW, the kind of restaurant YOU only see on TV!
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!

MM
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price, poor service and litter everywhere [inside].

I last had a McDonald's seven years ago. I was very busy and a colleague volunteered that he was going to McDonald's and would anyone like anything. Mistaking a recent ad I had seen for a large burger and fries for £2 [at Burger King], I asked for a Big Mac meal. When he came back it had been over £5 and the burger was IMO poor.

The most recent fast food burger I had was their "new long king" and fries from a Burger King. Much nicer burger, prompt service, someone cleaning up the whole time we were there and guess what just £1.99p!
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price,
the burgers are (relatively) good value

it's the accompaniments that are the poor value
Post by R. Mark Clayton
poor service
it's queue up at the counter and receive your "meal" in under a minute
service

what's poor with that (unless you object on principle to self-service)
Post by R. Mark Clayton
and litter everywhere [inside].
I last had a McDonald's seven years ago. I was very busy and a colleague
volunteered that he was going to McDonald's and would anyone like
anything. Mistaking a recent ad I had seen for a large burger and fries
for £2 [at Burger King], I asked for a Big Mac meal. When he came back it
had been over £5 and the burger was IMO poor.
I personally like big Macs

YMMV

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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price,
the burgers are (relatively) good value
it's the accompaniments that are the poor value
Post by R. Mark Clayton
poor service
it's queue up at the counter and receive your "meal" in under a minute
service
what's poor with that (unless you object on principle to self-service)
nothing if it was a minute rather than ten.
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and litter everywhere [inside].
I last had a McDonald's seven years ago. I was very busy and a colleague
volunteered that he was going to McDonald's and would anyone like
anything. Mistaking a recent ad I had seen for a large burger and fries
for £2 [at Burger King], I asked for a Big Mac meal. When he came back it
had been over £5 and the burger was IMO poor.
I personally like big Macs
YMMV
tim
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waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price,
the burgers are (relatively) good value
it's the accompaniments that are the poor value
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poor service
it's queue up at the counter and receive your "meal" in under a minut=
e
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service
what's poor with that (unless you object on principle to self-service=
)
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nothing if it was a minute rather than ten.
It's a minute here, and there's no litter. Can't remember what the pric=
e was like as someone else was paying.
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and litter everywhere [inside].
I last had a McDonald's seven years ago. I was very busy and a col=
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had been over =A35 and the burger was IMO poor.
I personally like big Macs
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nothing if it was a minute rather than ten.
It's a minute here, and there's no litter. Can't remember what the price
was like as someone else was paying.
Of COURSE, you filthy scrounger, dole and welfare whore! <BG>
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price,
the burgers are (relatively) good value
it's the accompaniments that are the poor value
Post by R. Mark Clayton
poor service
it's queue up at the counter and receive your "meal" in under a minute
service
what's poor with that (unless you object on principle to self-service)
nothing if it was a minute rather than ten.
If you had to wait TEN minutes there's something seriously wrong with
the management of that particular branch.

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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
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McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price,
the burgers are (relatively) good value
it's the accompaniments that are the poor value
Post by R. Mark Clayton
poor service
it's queue up at the counter and receive your "meal" in under a minute
service
what's poor with that (unless you object on principle to self-service)
nothing if it was a minute rather than ten.
If you had to wait TEN minutes there's something seriously wrong with
the management of that particular branch.
MM
Correct!
MM
2017-10-19 09:51:09 UTC
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death
waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price,
the burgers are (relatively) good value
it's the accompaniments that are the poor value
Post by R. Mark Clayton
poor service
it's queue up at the counter and receive your "meal" in under a minute
service
what's poor with that (unless you object on principle to self-service)
Post by R. Mark Clayton
and litter everywhere [inside].
I last had a McDonald's seven years ago. I was very busy and a colleague
volunteered that he was going to McDonald's and would anyone like
anything. Mistaking a recent ad I had seen for a large burger and fries
for £2 [at Burger King], I asked for a Big Mac meal. When he came back it
had been over £5 and the burger was IMO poor.
I personally like big Macs
So do I, but only occasionally, like all fast food. Some people make a
habit of eating fast food every day of the week, whereas with me it
won't be more frequently than once every six to eight weeks.

MM
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About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to=
death
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waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price,
the burgers are (relatively) good value
it's the accompaniments that are the poor value
Post by R. Mark Clayton
poor service
it's queue up at the counter and receive your "meal" in under a minut=
e
Post by tim...
service
what's poor with that (unless you object on principle to self-service=
)
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Post by R. Mark Clayton
and litter everywhere [inside].
I last had a McDonald's seven years ago. I was very busy and a coll=
eague
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volunteered that he was going to McDonald's and would anyone like
anything. Mistaking a recent ad I had seen for a large burger and f=
ries
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for =A32 [at Burger King], I asked for a Big Mac meal. When he came=
back it
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had been over =A35 and the burger was IMO poor.
I personally like big Macs
So do I, but only occasionally, like all fast food. Some people make a=
habit of eating fast food every day of the week, whereas with me it
won't be more frequently than once every six to eight weeks.
You're not one of those healthy eating people are you?

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So do I, but only occasionally, like all fast food. Some people make a
habit of eating fast food every day of the week, whereas with me it
won't be more frequently than once every six to eight weeks.
You're not one of those healthy eating people are you?
Asks of course the sick, can fodder eating sociopathic misfit who BRAGS
about living on canned food! <tsk>
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On Fri, 13 Oct 2017 15:31:22 +0100, "James Wilkinson Sword"
About a time a restaurant was created where you don't starve to death waiting for the meal.
McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price, poor service and litter everywhere [inside].
Their burgers are excellent, the price is better than buying a
sandwich from Tesco, and there's no litter at the McDonalds I visit.
Perhaps you live in a very downtrodden part of the country where
people don't notice so much?
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I last had a McDonald's seven years ago. I was very busy and a colleague volunteered that he was going to McDonald's and would anyone like anything. Mistaking a recent ad I had seen for a large burger and fries for £2 [at Burger King], I asked for a Big Mac meal. When he came back it had been over £5 and the burger was IMO poor.
And this was seven years ago, yes?
Post by R. Mark Clayton
The most recent fast food burger I had was their "new long king" and fries from a Burger King. Much nicer burger, prompt service, someone cleaning up the whole time we were there and guess what just £1.99p!
Burger King is nowhere close to McDonalds. It's always playing
catch-up, but never achieves it.

MM
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McDonalds.
MM
A meal in McDonalds? I suppose if you are a dog...
There's nothing wrong with McDonalds occasionally!
MM
Well apart from their burgers, the price, poor service and litter eve=
rywhere [inside].
Post by MM
Their burgers are excellent, the price is better than buying a
sandwich from Tesco, and there's no litter at the McDonalds I visit.
Perhaps you live in a very downtrodden part of the country where
people don't notice so much?
I last had a McDonald's seven years ago. I was very busy and a colle=
ague volunteered that he was going to McDonald's and would anyone like a=
nything. Mistaking a recent ad I had seen for a large burger and fries =
for =A32 [at Burger King], I asked for a Big Mac meal. When he came bac=
k it had been over =A35 and the burger was IMO poor.
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And this was seven years ago, yes?
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fries from a Burger King. Much nicer burger, prompt service, someone cl=
eaning up the whole time we were there and guess what just =A31.99p!
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Burger King is nowhere close to McDonalds. It's always playing
catch-up, but never achieves it.
I think it depends on the branch. I have a Burger King and a McDonalds =
opposite each other (within 50 yards), and they both have equally good s=
ervice. I guess they have to or everybody would use the other one.

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2017-10-19 14:51:25 UTC
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I think
Good one, Birdbrain! LOL
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give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.htm=
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bars and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want t=
o eat out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish i=
n his eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controve=
rsy

At least it'll be proper food instead of that Arab shit.

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At least it'll be proper food instead of that Arab shit.
It's really your HEAD that is full of shit, Birdbrain!
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Brexit will shake Britain out of laziness, according to Gordon Ramsay,
who believes an end to the “influx” of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
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Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas
bars and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to
eat out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in
his eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
At least it'll be proper food instead of that Arab shit.
which Arab shit is that?

tim
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l give homegrown
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talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.h=
tml
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Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapa=
s
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bars and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people wa=
nt to
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eat out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish=
in
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his eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_contro=
versy
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At least it'll be proper food instead of that Arab shit.
which Arab shit is that?
Where do you think curry comes from?

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which Arab shit is that?
Where do you think curry comes from?
You'd better worry where your incurable idiocy comes from, Birdbrain. It
seems to be genetic in your case!
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talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
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Bod
Sure he does. He is hoping it will drive all the pizza places, tapas bars and probably curry houses etc. out of business, so if people want to eat out they can come and pay WAY over the odds for reheated rubbish in his eateries: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Ramsay#Pre-prepared_meal_controversy
At least it'll be proper food instead of that Arab shit.
Only someone with a very bad case of racism could dislike food because of its ethnic origin.

Maybe you should try "Lamb Tagine T’Faya
Lamb shank slow cooked in traditional Moroccan sauce / Ras El Hanout served with roasted almonds & prunes"
from the Al Jumeryiah restaurant near me - superb

to be fair Ramsay does Herdwick mutton, but at about five times the price.
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https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.=
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h in his eateries: -
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oversy
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At least it'll be proper food instead of that Arab shit.
Only someone with a very bad case of racism could dislike food because=
of its ethnic origin.

I am very racist, but that's not why I dislike their food. I just hate =
the taste of it.
Maybe you should try "Lamb Tagine T=E2=80=99Faya
Lamb shank slow cooked in traditional Moroccan sauce / Ras El Hanout s=
erved with roasted almonds & prunes"
from the Al Jumeryiah restaurant near me - superb
to be fair Ramsay does Herdwick mutton, but at about five times the pr=
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Only someone with a very bad case of racism could dislike food because of its ethnic origin.
I am very racist, but that's not why I dislike their food. I just hate the taste of it.
You are actually not racist, Birdbrain. You are just a VERY SICK ASSHOLE!
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talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
LOLOK!

Homegrown 'talent' was on the dole and in the pub before the migrants
arrived and will still be there 'shining' after they leave!

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who believes an end to the “influx” of migrants will give homegrown
talent a chance to shine.
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/gordon-ramsay-why-brexit-good-060000820.html
LOLOK!
Homegrown 'talent' was on the dole and in the pub before the migrants
arrived and will still be there 'shining' after they leave!
...while you were just sitting in your dark basement and will keep doing so
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Is THAT why you made a living doing this??

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