IMHO Installment #109: Kitchens Are Too Stressful for Moi

04 Apr 2008


Oddly, quite a lot of people find my blog on the internet by searching for the phrase "Welsh MILF." I suppose I should be a little disappointed that my imaginary date with Catherine Zeta-Jones went so crappily, but I was never that into her. We did, though, rent "No Reservations" recently as a "family movie." It was an awful film all around. But it did at least remind me of another opinion that I have in life, which I thought I'd take a moment to share with you: IMHO, I could never work in a haute-cuisine-type kitchen. Whenever I see those TV shows with the head chefs yelling at the cooks, I immediately empathize with the kitchen staff and visualize myself accosting the head chef with various culinary tools, sometimes even the cleaver hanging in the meat locker. The only good high-end chef is a dead one, IMHO. This concludes my editorial. (Oh, except for blogger Chris. He's a culinary wizard, but somehow maintains his cool attitude. Besides, he's a 27th degree blackbelt and could probably fight off any blogger armed w/ a measly cleaver.)

Original Comments

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On April 4, 2008, Beth wrote:

I was anything with Aaron Eckhart, so I OnDemanded this. Not even worth serving as amuse boche.

Yeah, I watch Top Chef a bit too much.

On April 4, 2008, The Lady Who Doesn't Lunch: wrote:

Nieces. Yep. Bad speller.

On April 4, 2008, Grant Miller wrote:

Remember those TMobile commercials a couple years ago?

Those were good times.

On April 5, 2008, The Idea Of Progress wrote:

You could always be a hostess.


Former restaurant slave

On April 5, 2008, Cap'n Ergo Jinglebollocks wrote:

I wanna open a restaurant that serves only cold cereal.

On April 7, 2008, GETkristiLOVE wrote:

The movie was a yawner, but love that little actress.

On April 8, 2008, twiffer wrote:

yeah, nothing says "romantic comedy" than devoting 2/3 of the film to dealing with death.

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