Crimp, Daryl 1958- :Prison kitchens told to reduce food costs! 'What's the soup of the day?' 'WATER!' Approximate publishing date 24 April 2002.
Reference Number: DX-012-005
Prison kitchens are told to reduce food costs further. Shows prisoner asking what the soup of the day is, he's told by the chef that it's water.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Daryl Crimp, New Zealand, Food, Prisoners, Cooks, Government spending policy, Soup kitchens, Subsistence economy, Prisons and Saving and investment.
Crimp, Daryl, 1958-:[Digital cartoons published from April 2002 onwards in the Dominion Post and other newspapers]., Reference Number DC-Group-0012 (64 digitised items)
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