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Restaurant Delivers Dirty Cookware to Help You Pretend You Cooked

Countless of people who can't cook have been busted for trying to pass a restaurant-delivered meal for home-cooked meals. The tell-tale sign? No dirty pots and pans.

Well, no more. UK food delivery company Housebites is there to help: for an extra £5, it will also deliver dirty cookware to help you pretend that you cooked the meal!

Death and Taxes Mag has the story: Link

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The assumption being you have no pots and pans of your own to wash up and leave in the dish rack for that 'clean-as-you-go' look of a competent cook? For the aroma, you could just microwave and take the lid off the dishes.

Seems to me like getting rid of the tattletale take-out boxes, and fielding questions about the recipe and cooking methods would be a little more challenging than staging.
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Wouldn't it be easier to just not try to pass off restaurant food as homemade? I've used a home waiter service before for home parties and had no problem letting people know I catered in. This was good enough for the people I would want to spend time with.
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