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John Richards
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Fed up with Masterchef.

My feelings on all these cooking programmes are summed up simply by changing one letter ..........
Masturchef.
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My feelings on all these cooking programmes are summed up simply by changing one letter ..........
Masturchef.



Likewise Master Baker John. (I never go near cream cakes for that reason)
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Alright Terry, I always thought Philip Harben was the first TV burner of comestibles. What always bemused me was that Graham Kerr was ex-Catering Corps, what did he know about cooking? [/QUOTE

Scouse. Who was that Chef that was the "Galloping Goumet"? , charging about on our Mams 10 inch Black and white T.V.




Alright John, The ’Galloping Gourmet’ was Graham Kerr he was on the box in 1970/71ish. If your Mam watched a cook in black & white it would have been Philip Harben (he knew about cooking he was ex-RAF) he was on in the early ’50s.

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Alright John, The ’Galloping Gourmet’ was Graham Kerr he was on the box in 1970/71ish. If your Mam watched a cook in black & white it would have been Philip Harben (he knew about cooking he was ex-RAF) he was on in the early ’50s.  




You are so Right Scouse, got it the wrong way round.Ta for that.
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Alright John, The ’Galloping Gourmet’ was Graham Kerr he was on the box in 1970/71ish. If your Mam watched a cook in black & white it would have been Philip Harben (he knew about cooking he was ex-RAF) he was on in the early ’50s.  



I knew Kerr, sort of. He was a catering officer in the RNZAF for while.
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