Posted by sean on December 8, 2019 at 7:39 pm in Internet with No Comments

You can always rely upon the internet to find weird stuff. This afternoon, I discovered a video of a chef preparing, what can only be described as a steak, covered in gold. Yes, gold – as in the precious metal. Not Terry’s All Gold chocolate, Thatchers Gold cider or Nescafe Gold Blend coffee – all three of which, would have made more sense than covering a perfectly good steak (for non-veggies) in Au.

I feel that I should point out that this video was posted on social media, by a professional football player.

Assuming that it was taken by the footballer himself, and not shamefully stolen (like I have done for this blog post), it simply enforces the suggestion that these ‘professionals’ are paid far too much.

What’s for dessert? A chocolate covered faberge egg?

Finally, I must admit to being impressed with the manner in which the chef, elegantly flicks salt onto his culinary work – assuming he has washed his arms and elbow, as well as his hands. I might try the same with my fries, next time I’m in McDonalds.

It’s a shame that being a vegetarian, I will never be able to try this steak *.

I wonder if they offer a Quorn version…

* the fact that I’m a veggie – plus the small matter of not being a millionaire, with more money than sense.

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