Done brown

a phrase in cookery; applied figuratively to one who has been thoroughly deceived, cheated, or fooled.

See also: Done

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
May be not, taking out a stick and whittling a toothpick, but I rayther guess you'll be done brown if that ere harpooneer hears you a slanderin' his head.
WELL DONE Brown celebrates with Sinclair after he fires in from the spot
AIRDRIEONIANS..0 DUNDEE UTD..0 Last week I said at the start of my Rangers-Celtic report "Celtic were done Brown." This week it is a case of "Dundee United were done White."
But the casualty list - which includes Craig Burley, Paul Lambert, John Collins David Hopkin and Gary McAllister, who'll miss the finals - prior to tomorrow's friendly with Denmark at Ibrox may have done Brown a favour.
Ian Loudon, Dunfermline, said: "Well done Brown for noticing Walker's dive on Sunday but then he does have a significant advantage as during his Celtic career he has watched the very best of them.