Some people always have food on their mind. Others just can’t keep away from every opportunity to make their own food, even on the go. One person, in particular, couldn’t possibly exist without taking his passion with him, even on the road.
Jamie Oliver, British celebrity chef whose television hit series “The Naked Chef” landed him on the culinary spotlight, is one such person. He insists on feeding his whole family himself with their favorite meals made by his own hand, even while traveling.
So he turned his SUV literally into a “meals on wheels.”
Super chef Jamie owns a Land Rover Discovery. And while his own home is fully-provisioned with all that he needs to whip up his signature cuisines, he decided his car ought to be similarly equipped, as well.
Apparently, his kids will eat nothing but their dad’s cooking.
In keeping with his family’s gastronomic requirements, Jamie had his vehicle converted into an ultimate fully-functional kitchen, albeit a smaller one than he has at home.
It started out like any nondescript SUV.
Then he had it fitted with a gas hob, a worktop to chop his ingredients on, a pasta maker, and even a dining table where everyone can sit down to culinary masterpieces.
Who needs a sound system when you have a built-in slow cooker?
Jamie saves a lot on restaurant bills, too.
The chef won’t travel without his own choice of ingredients, either. His luxury 4×4 houses its own herb garden and spice rack by the rear windows.
Curry, oregano, rosemary…he’s got it.
And if he needs to churn his own butter, three of his SUV’s wheels will do the job quite easily. And the fourth wheel? It’s an ice cream maker, of course.
Because kids, d-uh.
And in case one of his wee tykes gets the case of the munchies in the middle of a trip, there’s always the center console toaster to whip up a quick toast.
With jam, of course.
Chef Jamie’s Land Rover initially cost £44,000 ($58,400) when he first bought it. To turn it into the ultimate kitchen-on-the-go, he challenged Jaguar Land Rover to transform the SUV to his specifications.
£20million ($26,571,300) and a major overhaul later, his state-of-the-art “Wheels on Meals” was ready.
Chef Jamie and his extremely expensive mobile kitchen.
“I dreamt big and asked for a lot, and what they’ve done has blown my mind. I didn’t think they’d actually be able to put a slow-cooker next to the engine and an olive oil dispenser in the boot, but they did.”
His Land Rover Discovery is perfectly tailored for his family’s food needs. It includes a front-mounted rotisserie that can accommodate up to three chickens.
Grilled dinner for 12? On an SUV? No problem.
He also has custom-made aluminum sink, a barbecue, a built-in salt and pepper mill, and even a flat screen TV his kids could watch while dad whips up culinary delight after culinary delight.
Giving salt bae a run for his money.
Chef Jamie’s “Meals-on-Wheels” SUV represents a huge breakthrough for Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations division. They expect clients to begin ordering special customizations for their vehicles to suit their lifestyle.
Meanwhile, Jamie Oliver and his family are eating big wherever they go.
Chef Jamie can’t stop raving about his culinary vehicle.
Cheating Partners Reveal Reasons For Infidelity And Confess How They Choose Affair Partner
A survey reveals why men and women cheat on their partners and they confess how they choose their affair partners.
Romantic relationships and marriages are often tested by temptations. The world has already been open to the idea though that men these days are pretty much capable of cheating on their partners. Women are, of course, no excuse for infidelity, and this survey will show why people cheat and how they actually choose their affair partners.
Feeling incomplete and unsatisfied in a relationship shouldn’t be an excuse for cheating. These issues can be resolved when partners try to sit down and talk about what’s missing in their relationship. But in reality, people, most especially men according to this survey and study, try to find what’s deficit in their love lives from others so they can come back to their partners happier.
Men and women try to justify their infidelity in a survey.
‘Da Vinci Code’ Author Spurns Faith Again and Says ‘God Can’t Survive Science’
Dan Brown is once again back on making huge claims about the faith, but this time it’s a big one.
Author Dan Brown is well-known for his controversial books such as “The Da Vinci Code” and “Angels & Demons.” Not only does he present a brand new perspective of Christianity, he also questions the faith. While many criticized him for his views, he’s still among the highly-respected authors of today.
Now, Brown is back with another piece of the action. “God cannot survive science,” he recently claimed. He believes that, historically, gods – including the God of Christianity – has always failed to survive science.
The critically-acclaimed American novelist made huge claims during the unveiling of his new book, “Origin.”
Bath Pizza Co Is Looking for a Professional Pizza Eater
“We’re looking for a real pizza lover, we’ll be paying a competitive salary… We’ll even cover your travel costs!”
Love money and pizza? Of course you do! Who the hell doesn't, right? Well, here goes a terrific news for anyone who has ever fancied about earning a living by stuffing their mouths with pizza.
If that sounds like a dream come true for you, listen up. According to recent reports, a company has posted a job opening for a professional pizza eater. Yes, you read that right, folks - a professional freakin' pizza eater!
Your dream job just came true!
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