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LETTERS & OPINION: Nut case.

A former firefighter has developed a device for hotheaded TV chefs to use to keep their meat and two veg from over-heating.

At first glance the protector would seem to be of purely comic value - and a golden invitation for an ovenfull of roasted chestnut puns.

But the gadget was developed after tests revealed that the sperm count of Gordon Ramsay's kitchen team was considerably lower than that of the average male.

With the soaring self-importance of the average celebrity chef, perhaps a refusal to countenance it is not something to be discouraged.
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Mar 15, 2006
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