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Thursday, June 11, 2009

Tyler Florence Wants His Fork Back, Dammit

Posted By on Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 9:30 AM

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No sooner were we breathing a collective sigh of relief for the safe return of the iconic sign at Mr. Pickles when we received news that a fork was stolen off the storefront of celebrity chef Tyler Florence's eponymous shop in Mill Valley yesterday.

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TyFlo's fork in happier times.
Florence has started a "Free the Fork" campaign on Twitter, offering a "reward for the safe return of my big fork," while FoodNetworkHumor.com has its own illustrated theories on where the utensil might be, from under actress Kirstie Alley's arm to the back of Guy Fieri's Camaro. Join us in saying a quick prayer for the poor thing.

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