Ah, fine dining. Talented chefs who care deeply about the food they cook:
“If you’re not getting a dish out in 8 minutes for under $14, you’re not doing a good job as a cook.”
“Good food should always be served with a side of fries.”
“I believe the best ingredients are frozen. They come in bags. They come in boxes.”
“What do I want people to think about my food? It’s fast. It’s cheap. It’s a little salty. And most importantly, that it was cooked all the way through.”
Yes, this is a joke. It’s from a CBC program called This is That, which “doesn’t just talk about the issues, it fabricates them.” An example of one kind of Canadian humor. And another example of paying attention to your sources. Don’t assume something that seems legit at first isn’t actually a parody.