Comedy What’s that funny taste?

What’s that funny taste?

Comedian Chris Forrest and Celebrity Masterchef judge, Pete Goffe-Wood team up to create a delectable three course meal with a generous helping of adult humour leaving the audience in stiches.

Chris Forrest (left) and Pete Goffe-Wood (right) in the cooking comedy, Don’t Burn Your Sausage. Photo: CuePix/Harold Gess

Chris Forrest (left) and Pete Goffe-Wood (right) in the cooking comedy, Don’t Burn Your Sausage.
Photo: CuePix/Harold Gess

Don’t Burn Your Sausage is a live cooking demonstration that tries to instruct the audience on how to prepare a meal fit for a first date. “This is basically using the main course to get into your dessert,” says Forrest, explaining the intentions of the show to a full house. Each a master of his respective art, the duo combine their talents to create fancy “frank and beans,” chicken pasta and a dark chocolate dessert.

The show relies on a healthy helping of sexual references, with the courses titled: Foreplay, Intercourse and Afterglow. The humour is relatable, but mainly intended for men, as the skills on offer are to aid in “impress[ing] the pants off someone,” says Forrest, because all a woman needs to do to get the same result is to, “show up naked with beer, and the beer is optional!”

Don’t Burn Your Sausage is an interactive delight inviting the audience to stop the show at any point to ask questions or taste any of the three courses on offer. The shows’ use of puns, naughty word play and ambrosial smells are what Forrest and Goffe-Wood both agree makes for the, “most useful cooking show you will ever see in your life.”

Questionable as the intentions of the demonstration may be, Don’t Burn You Sausage is thoroughly fun and original and leaves the audience with a pleasant taste in their mouths, hungry for more.

Thomas Pringle
7 July 10am

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