CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 3, Episode 11

Recipe for Murder (9 Jan. 2003)

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Nick, just back on the job, and Sara, distracted by her affair with paramedic Hank Peddigrew, discover progressively that a woman's apparent suicide was murder and her DNA proves she ... See full summary »

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Les Dutton, Restaurant Manager
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Nick, just back on the job, and Sara, distracted by her affair with paramedic Hank Peddigrew, discover progressively that a woman's apparent suicide was murder and her DNA proves she switched identity. Actually it's John Damon's wife, who left him and two young children nearly five years ago. A severed hand stuck in an industrial meat-grinder is traced to Les Dutton's restaurant, where chef Davidoff is missing, actually minced. Bloody staff customs and rivalry complicate Grissom's search for the culprit(s). Written by KGF Vissers

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The episode takes several cues from Anthony Bourdain's autobiography "Kitchen Confidential," such as the flicking of blood around the kitchen after cutting oneself and the phrase "don't touch my knife, don't touch my johnson." The notion of someone being murdered in the kitchen and a chef butchering the corpse for disposal had previously been featured in Bourdain's first novel "Bone in the Throat." See more »

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Catherine Willows incorrectly to refers to the album "Meat is Murder" as being by Morrisey. That album is by The Smiths, who were fronted by Morrisey. See more »

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Captain Jim Brass: So, you snuck in the place to grind up a body?
Harold Haskins, Truck Driver: No, I didn't even know what it was 'til it was too late.
Captain Jim Brass: Who, exactly, gave you the, uh, "meat", to grind?
Harold Haskins, Truck Driver: Uh, it was in the, uh, restaurant freezer at the Do Breff.
Captain Jim Brass: [Pointing at face] See my face? This is me almost believing you.
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