A mega-rich family is on the hunt for a top chef to cook 36 meals a week and is prepared to pay them £80,000 a year.
The culinary expert will be expected to create menus for the couple and their two kids, who enjoy British, Mediterranean, French, Italian, Japanese and Mexican grub.
The advert reads: “They have previously employed Michelin-trained chefs for weekend entertaining.
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“They are looking for someone who is professional, good-natured, and happy to be around children.
“You will cook for the family and any guests they may have.
“You should ensure the kitchen is kept tidy and organised.”
The couple, from swanky Barnes, south London, want a chef who can prepare wholesome, healthy meals as well as “refined, high standards of food” for when they are entertaining guests.
Another person who could do with a home chef is a bloke who was roasted on the internet this week after sharing an image of his wife's fry up.
An extremely unappetising image of the breakfast was posted to Facebook page Rate My Fry Up! where people went as far as to urge the man to get a divorce.
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“Bloody hell that's grim the bacon is mucky, the eggs burnt, raw beans in a teacup don't make up for fact ya can't cook (sic),” one person said.
Another chimed in with “cooked with a hand grenade”, and someone else with “coffee looks ropey.”
One comment was particularly vile. It read: “Dude lol, I saw less burnt flesh in a house fire, cold beans and rubber eggs ur for the cold a*se treatment lol (sic).”
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