Our greatest chef has died

Joel Roublochon has diers at the age of 73;
His name will live on forever with those who love fine food.

V sad, young too, I will make that mark later this year, :thinking: , did I hear his trade mark dish was mashed tatties Barbara?

I can make a decent mash, do I get the stars? :-1::-1:

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@Mark_Robbins … not unless you can do this too… :relaxed:

Maybe you can put a bit of courgette in it, to be creative :wink:

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Didn’t see any mash - and as for adding devils food…:fearful::drooling_face::skull_and_crossbones:

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He looked very nice in his chef’s tunic with tricolour collar, and I thought his face and wide smile resembled that of Mr Toad of Wind In The Willows, only more French.

But must confess I’d never heard of him until now. And I have seen French housewives whipping up spuds in his manner. Shall give it a try some day, possibly with courgette, we’ve got a barrowful already.

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Posh nosh, slosha dosh!

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:rofl: Def put the courgette in Pete, luverly :yum:

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Robuchon was a very nice man, sad loss, he hadn’t been at all well :frowning:

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