As anyone who has ever spent time in a professional kitchen—or simply watched Gordon Ramsay for five minutes—knows, chefs aren’t exactly famous for their kind words. There’s not a lot of time to be warm and fuzzy when orders are coming in fast, someone’s messed up the sauce that takes hours to make and the captain has just announced, “Oh, a critic just walked in.”
Aussie comedian Troy Kinne has taken all of the chef stereotypes and turned them upside down in a new sketch called “Things Never Said by a Head Chef,” in which he plays perhaps the most low-key, amiable head chef to ever grace the kitchen.
Our favorite line? “Who cares what it looks like? It’s not a sculpture competition. Send it out.” Watch it here.
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