Chef Course is the hardest?

Ninja_Stoker

War Hero
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#6
One thing I've learned over the years is never upset a chef.

Few other branches get to specialise as comnando sniper diver fast-jet pilots in their spare time whilst also being a Chef in their day job. They also specialise, practising the noble art of muay thai, using a ladle to incapacitate anyone with enough neck to help themselves to more than one spud from the food counter.

It's a State of Mince. You may already have it...
 

photface

Lantern Swinger
#8
Just don't mess with chefs or stokers...you've got to eat and I'll wager you're also probably quite fond of electricity and ventilation?

People who were nice got snorkers or bacon butties when they were on/off watch in the early hours of the morning...others just didn't!

They don't call it the white mafia for nothing ;)


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#9
We had a chef on the Danae who could hurl one of the large aluminium salt and pepper shakers with unerring accuracy down the length of the dining hall. The exocet analogy is really true, you could see it coming, but could do stuff all about it
 
#10
Dapper will know
1. The strict entry requirements
2. How long the course is
3. How many have passed it........




How much popcorn does it take to fill an olympic aswimming pool?
 
#11
tough course to pass, but just remember only the cook knows exactly what is in the food they cook? Be warned don't piss off the cook if you want to eat, without thinking of what's this food?
 
#12
The food is excellent, just goes downhill when the chef's get hold of it.

Did know one chef who's nickname was Psycho Bob, nobody ever, ever complained about his cooking, his flashpoint was lower than Avcat. @Polto might remember him.
 
#13
The food is excellent, just goes downhill when the chef's get hold of it.

Did know one chef who's nickname was Psycho Bob, nobody ever, ever complained about his cooking, his flashpoint was lower than Avcat. @Polto might remember him.
true it is a branch that attracts some stroppy gits, it maybe the artist tendances in them, most I met piss artist:po_O:eek:
 
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janner

MIA
Book Reviewer
#17
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Sadly, the 60 people who could have rattled off the A your Q are still aboard M2 at

50°34.6′N 2°33.93′W
She claimed another one around 1970/71, a diver went missing whilst diving on her, as far as I know he was never found. Lyme Regis lifeboat was called out to assist with the search, it was RNLI Ball night, the maroons went up and I went racing out of the front door of home in my DJ, followed by a loud No, from Missus J. Didn't make the crew for the IRB but kitted up and launched her, so we got to the Ball (I was a bit crumpled), searched called off just before midnight from memory, IRB hit a semi submerged packing case which took out part of one engines throttle controls, junior man was instructed to lean over the arse end and hold the linkage open by the coxn (me Dad) and they got back in time to have a few pints before the Ball finished. Guest of honour that night was the first Captain of the QE2 lovely bloke who could have been James Robertsons double. Lymes boat at the time was 17-002 very fast when on the step . http://www.lifeboatsonline.com/RNLI_McLachlan_DellQuay.html
 
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