cheffy

cheffy

(ˈʃɛfɪ)
adj
relating to or characteristic of chefs
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THIS week, as a bit of a change, something a little more cheffy than usual.
Cheffy Passidomo; Jane Yeager Cheffy; and Porter Wright.
Meanwhile funnyman David Mitchell has said: "I think the most cheffy thing I own is a pizza cutter.
You make such a mess with baking, " Meanwhile funnyman David Mitchell has said: "I think the most cheffy thing I 7 mess with baking, and you use so much equipment.
These include brands like Uncle Cheffy, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, House of Wagyu, Alba, and more.
Sorry it's not cheffy at all, but it's still delish
Our top chefs teach you how to make one delicious dish (while packing in the tips - what makes a perfect sauce or knowing when your meat is cooked and more cheffy secrets).
A It's just a cheffy term for something fried really quickly (in a flash
The prawn cocktail was served without any retro irony or cheffy twists - just a glass of fresh, summery salad, the prawns juicy, the lettuce crisp and the Marie Rose sauce sweet and sharp.
Using the day's special ingredient, beef {cue lots of crazy camera shots of ribs of beef cutting away to the mock-surprised face of the chairmon), the contenders had to prepare a dish each to the Iron Chef's four, their progress monitored by Smith and cheffy sidekick Nick Nairn before their final dishes were assessed by two guest judges (one, our very own Joanna Blythman).