Literally means "Chief" in French and has nothing
to do with cooking except for the fact that the "Chief of Food" at a restaurant is called the Chef
de Cuisine or Chef
Americans do make the mistake
with a Cook, which clearly must piss of any Non-Cooking French Chef
...we should therefore keep up the good work.
Also, since a Chef
is a "French Chief" and Chief is commonly used as a derisive moniker (a la sport, boss, my friend, jefe, etc), calling someone a Chef
can be quite
an aggressive insult in certain circles.
Also, a term of the utmost
work picking up that smokin hottie last
night. I hope you closed that shit
there is something floating in my water, can I have a clean glass please. On second thought, I don't want this cack'd up tap water, please bring
me some bottled, no gas please.
(very context specific)
, long time no speak. How are the kids?