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Dom | 14:27 UK time, Thursday, 23 August 2007

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  • 1.
  • At 05:24 PM on 02 Dec 2007,
  • Dan wrote:

what is the security guard doing at the end?

I wanna try dom's special sauce, Groovy gravy and does it come in granuals???

Well done Dom

  • 3.
  • At 04:13 PM on 27 Aug 2007,
  • mark storey wrote:

Dan

not so much dragons den more dragons dom haha

  • 4.
  • At 02:07 PM on 24 Aug 2007,
  • Dan Hahe wrote:

DRAGONS DEN.....What a cracking feature!

Dom has got to try it.

  • 5.
  • At 12:32 PM on 24 Aug 2007,
  • will wrote:

hey dom, seeing as you got on so well with alan sugar, why dont you see if he would market it , or whatever the correct technical term is.

  • 6.
  • At 12:02 PM on 24 Aug 2007,
  • Sheenie wrote:

Some people have no taste! Bring me a flask, Dom.

  • 7.
  • At 10:48 AM on 24 Aug 2007,
  • Mr Choo wrote:

I make a special type of gravy called 'Crazy Gravy'. Dom - if you want to compare notes give me a shout - I have a couple of good pointers for you.

Mr Choo

  • 8.
  • At 09:32 AM on 24 Aug 2007,
  • Ste wrote:

about 5 second from the end of the clip, it looks like the the second guy who tried it is being sick... hilarious...

  • 9.
  • At 09:19 AM on 24 Aug 2007,
  • Sim wrote:

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, Baldo

  • 10.
  • At 09:16 AM on 24 Aug 2007,
  • Norbertsmum wrote:

'I'd give it some consideration....' that Pete blokes a born diplomat! Love his attempt to keep off cam at the end - he did the classic 'duck 'n' tiptoe' and I turn invisible! The mans a star. As for Doms special gravey - pass.

  • 11.
  • At 08:58 AM on 24 Aug 2007,
  • Hugh Jarce wrote:

Imagine chatting up the girl on reception you 'saucy devil'

  • 12.
  • At 08:55 AM on 24 Aug 2007,
  • Jemma wrote:

Dom, you are a legend! Take it to the Dragon's Den!!!

  • 13.
  • At 11:25 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • Lisa wrote:

Chocolate is a perfectly acceptable ingredient in a gravy. Had a chocolate sauce on a steak one time, yummy. Good luck and stock it in the US.

  • 14.
  • At 09:00 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • Francis wrote:

VIZORS.....DUDES!!!!!! where did you get the visors from?

Want one for the festival I'm off to next week!!?>!>!>>!?

  • 15.
  • At 08:41 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • shaun wrote:

if your sauce dosn't take off rub it on your head might make your hair grow back

  • 16.
  • At 08:22 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • William wrote:

Dom! It's not 'the jerky jerky chicken man'

Reggae reggae!

  • 17.
  • At 07:51 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • NewtonFaulkner wrote:

Dom stick to selling furwofffy Bevvvy's......and i believe chicken is a meat!

  • 18.
  • At 06:58 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • Scott Drury wrote:

Dom think you need to stick to buffing you head mate!

  • 19.
  • At 06:57 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • Louise wrote:

Good luck with selling your gravy Dom!

  • 20.
  • At 05:41 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • James wrote:

"claire would you like my special sauce?"

Cheeky boy, your married for pete sake..

  • 21.
  • At 05:28 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • Mike Skuse wrote:

Well for a first consumer survey I think that went rather well, glad to hear that they thought it tasted like gravy - thats a good start, Was the mic really hooked up though? ;)

  • 22.
  • At 04:32 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • Nick wrote:

Frank Bruno looks a bit ill towards the end!

Sounds just the job to me, Dom.
Spicer the better. Send me the recip and I'll give it a go.
Then we'll all be in gravy!!
Big Bazz
Geordieland

  • 24.
  • At 03:27 PM on 23 Aug 2007,
  • James wrote:

Frank Bruno works at radio 1, i wondered what he was up to these days

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