Norma Jean's Lil Peeps© Horror and Gory Stuff - Skeleton Crew© Characters- CHEFS

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Feeling hungry? These skeleton chefs are serving up some unusual stew... complete with carrots and potatoes, and of course blood broth... Sporting a gold tooth and sporty chef's uniforms trimmed in various colors, these 24" tall doll characters are certainly a horror collector's dream- and sure to be a conversation piece for years to come! The cooking pot and utensil are stainless steel.

Chef Boyr D
NAME: "Chef Boyr D"
ED.# 1 of 5
Height 24"
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$ 550.00
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One of the first graduates of the soon to be world famous culinary institute Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, Chef Boyr D came to the United States in 1897 to make a name for himself. He worked his way up the restaurant ladder, and finally in 1902, with financial assistance from his father-in-law, opened his own restaurant on Manhattan’s upper Westside, the Chez Loungez.

But on opening night, a nasty little food critic name Festus Grimaldicomplained that Chef Boyr D’s spaghetti tasted ‘canned’ and suggested that the restaurant be classified as a ‘soup kitchen.’ The rude remarks caused Chef Boyr to have a heart attack and die. Shortly thereafter, the headless body of the food critic was found in an alley off 3rd. Ave. and witnesses reported smelling a foul odor emanating from the closed kitchen at the Chez Loungez.

HAVE YOU SEEN ME? I WAS STOLEN IN MIAMI ON 11/9/2007
Chef Julian Child
NAME: "Chef Julian Child"
ED.# 2 of 5
Height 24"
ITEM NUMBER:
STOLEN 11/9/2007
$ 550.00
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One of the first graduates of the soon to be world famous culinary institute Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, Chef Julian came to the United States in 1897 to make a name for himself. He worked his way up the restaurant ladder, and finally in 1914, with financial assistance from his father-in-law, opened his own restaurant on Manhattan’s upper Westside, the Chez Loungez.

But on opening night, a nasty little food critic name Festus Grimaldi complained that Chef Julian’s roasted pig was positively tasteless and suggested that the restaurant be classified as a ‘soup kitchen.’ The rude remarks caused Chef Julian to have a heart attack and die. Shortly thereafter, the headless body of the food critic was found in an alley off 3rd. Ave. and witnesses reported smelling a foul odor emanating from the closed kitchen at the Chez Loungez. Chef Julian’s only daughter Julia, herself became a world famous chef, and vindicated her father.

THIS DOLL CHARACTER IS CONSIDERED STOLEN PROPERTY. IF YOU SEE THIS DOLL OR IF YOU KNOW THE LOW LIFE SCUMBAG WHO STOLE IT, PLEASE CONTACT ME:

normaja @ webuniverse.net


Chef Emerald
NAME: "Emerald"
ED.# 3 of 5
Height 24 "
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$ 550.00
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Not to be confused with the current hot TV chef Emeril, the less well known Chef Emerald came to the United States from Ireland in 1903 to make a name for himself. He worked his way up the restaurant ladder, and finally in 1925, with financial assistance from his father-in-law, opened his own restaurant on Manhattan’s upper Westside, the Chez Goulash.

But on opening night, a nasty little food critic name Festus Grimaldi complained that Chef Emerald’s Irish Stew was positively tasteless and suggested that the restaurant be classified as a ‘soup kitchen.’ The rude remarks caused Chef Emerald to have a heart attack and die. Shortly thereafter, the headless body of the food critic was found in an alley off 3rd. Ave. and witnesses reported smelling a foul odor emanating from the closed kitchen at the Chez Goulash.


Chef Paul Prudhut
NAME: "Paul Prudhut"
ED.# 4 of 5
Height 24"
ITEM NUMBER:
050807-SKCR0010104-5
$ 550.00
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Not to be confused with the World Famous Cajun chef Paul Prudhomme, the less well known Chef Paul Prudhut worked in the New Orleans kitchens for many years before he worked his way up the restaurant ladder, and finally in 1925, with financial assistance from his father-in-law, opened his own restaurant in the French Quarter, Antoinette’s.

But on opening night, a nasty little food critic name Festus Grimaldi complained that Chef Paul’s Pommes de Terre Souffles were flat as a pancake and suggested that the restaurant be classified as a ‘soup kitchen.’ The rude remarks caused Chef Paul to have a heart attack and die. Shortly thereafter, the headless body of the food critic was found in an alley off Rue Saint Paris Hilton and witnesses reported smelling a foul odor emanating from the closed kitchen at Antoinette’s.


Chef Wolfgang Putz
NAME: "Wolfgang Putz"
ED. #5 of 5
Height 24"
ITEM NUMBER:
050807-SKCR0010105-5
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Not to be confused with the World Famous Hollywood chef Wolfgang Puck, the less well known Chef Putz worked in New York kitchens for many years before he worked his way up the restaurant ladder, and finally in 1985, with financial assistance from his father-in-law, opened his own restaurant on East 57th St, Spagone.

But on opening night, a nasty little food critic name Festus Grimaldi complained that Chef Putz’ pizzas were as tasteless as cardboard and suggested that the restaurant be classified as a ‘soup kitchen.’ The rude remarks caused Chef Putz to have a heart attack and die. Shortly thereafter, the brainless body of the food critic was found in an alley off 3rd. Ave. and witnesses reported smelling a foul odor emanating from the closed kitchen at Spagone’s.


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