Obituaries


#261

Also vegetarians/vegans. Though I guess they’re covered by the former. :smiley:


#262

That’s right you dirty little carnivore - you’ll go straight to hell (allegedly) :smiling_imp:


#263

Great BBQ in hell as I understand it.


#264

Not how hell works I’m afraid, in hell you’ll be forced to eat tofu for all eternity :face_vomiting:


#265

Is Tofu a girl? :laughing:


#266

Only in your dreams dude :laughing:


#267

To’fu is a girl from Samo’a


#268

RIP Steve Nisbett ,Steel Pulse’s drummer


#269

Sad to hear even though he’s had a great innings…

This man fired my passion for all things Cuisine Française. His TV shows during the early 80s coincided with the Nouvelle movement and inspired me to start cooking “properly”.

Coincidentally, lunch today is a chicken, tarragon and saffron pie which just happens to be a Bocuse recipe that we have adapted.


#270

Read about that a short while ago, an absolute titan. I have the Institute Paul Bocuse book here and it’s a masterpiece.


#271

…so it’s not a Bocuse recipe then :laughing:


#272

Granted smartarse. Paul Bocusesque :roll_eyes:


#273

#274

Damn shame.
I’m not impressed with being the age I am. All the artists I grew up with are leaving this mortal coil.


#275

A true hero. Decorated also by the Argentinians, for treating their injured with equal regard.


#276

“Handsworth Revolution” is one those albums that will still be playing in my head long after I’m gone.


#277

Another sad loss. Something of a connection for me - My grandad used to work at De Haviland with Rod Argents Dad.


#278

RIP


#279

RIP Hugh Masekela


#280

Sad news :frowning_face::frowning_face::frowning_face:.

VB