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TIPPLE & FARE

Food, drink and fine dining The comings and goings of the culinary classes

Cooking-Up a Cock-Up

As Donald Trump is criticised for dousing over-cooked steak in ketchup, we take a look at Theresa May’s preference for dining at the favourite restaurant of a paedophile and her lack of interest in the “absolutely meticulously” recipes of Delia Smith

 

In 2008, Theresa May told The Guardian: “I’ve knocked on Rolf Harris’s door and asked for his vote” and in the very same article the now Prime Minister also cited the since jailed paedophile’s favourite restaurant, Maliks Tandoori House in Cookham, Berkshire, as her own hangout of choice too.

 

The dining habits of top-drawer politicians came under scrutiny again earlier this week when Town & Country’s Sam Dangremond analysed Donald Trump’s preference for eating well-done steaks topped with ketchup. The 45th POTUS supposedly likes his meat to “rock on the plate” (according to his former butler) but in Britain, our somewhat clueless leader’s food choices are a little more specific.

 

Aside from loving Indian cuisine and her eponymous “red, white and blue Brexit”, Mrs May is a woman with a preference for a no doubt red, white (but not so blue) Kit Kat and recipes from the cookbooks of the throttled ex-wife of Charles Saatchi, ‘Highgella’ Lawson. In 2008, she remarked: “The other day I did a Nigella recipe for a mustard-and-caper sauce on purple-sprouting broccoli”.

 

The vicar’s daughter, it transpires, does not have Delia Smith’s books in her kitchen, however. Why? Not because the cook-turned-football-club-chairwoman is generally utterly smashed most of the time, but due to the fact she’s “absolutely meticulous”. The character of the government of Mrs May, thus, could be revealed in a cookbook; its title would no doubt be A Total & Utterly Unmeticulous Cock-Up.

 

Cooking-Up a Cock-Up – Eating habits of Theresa May – Dining habits of Donald Trump and Theresa May. He likes overcooked steaks doused in ketchup; she likes to dine at the favourite restaurant of the paedo Rolf Harris
Malik Ahmed with Theresa May
Cooking-Up a Cock-Up – Eating habits of Theresa May – Dining habits of Donald Trump and Theresa May. He likes overcooked steaks doused in ketchup; she likes to dine at the favourite restaurant of the paedo Rolf Harris
Rolf Harris with Alwyn Hughes and Malik Ahmed
Cooking-Up a Cock-Up – Eating habits of Theresa May – Dining habits of Donald Trump and Theresa May. He likes overcooked steaks doused in ketchup; she likes to dine at the favourite restaurant of the paedo Rolf Harris
A cartoon by Rolf Harris for Maliks restaurant
Cooking-Up a Cock-Up – Eating habits of Theresa May – Dining habits of Donald Trump and Theresa May. He likes overcooked steaks doused in ketchup; she likes to dine at the favourite restaurant of the paedo Rolf Harris
Donald Trump eating

Comments

8 comments on “Cooking-Up a Cock-Up”

  1. Theresa May is all about “working together” y’all know. Chaos is all her and Philip Hammond know how to create. Their unravelling budget sums up their “working together”.

  2. Utter rot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Donald Trump eats the best food on the planet and he does not even touch liquor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Teresa May likes a curry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Superb!!!!!!!!! She’s showing multi-culturalism and you liberals should be saluting that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a ridiculous situation to mock what the pair MAKING AMERICA and MAKING BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN are eating!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Not sure about “Eats the best food on the planet”(!) part but otherwise I completely agree with all Rod has to say today……….!

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