By Ian Oland
You can now call Jakub Vrana Chef Boyar-V because the Capitals forward accomplished a major feat today: he made a meal by himself.
Thursday, Vrana’s sister Jana posted video of Jakub making a fine pasta dish at his family’s home in the Czech Republic. Vrana was one of nine Capitals players who left North America and flew home during the suspension of the NHL season due to the coronavirus.
“Spaghetti with [unintelligible] sauce with a little touch of sausage,” Chef Boyar-V said. “With some garlic. You have cherry tomatoes in there as well. It’s easy to eat. Easy to make. Simple!”
He beamed with pride and did the chef kiss.
Jana also shared a behind-the-scenes look of Jakub cooking.
Jakub’s cooking prowess got the attention of Devante Smith-Pelly, who commented on RMNB’s Instagram post “Atta Boy V 😂”
Vrana’s pasta adventure harkens back to June 2018 when the Caps partied during their Stanley Cup win. Young Jake posted most of his adventures on his Instagram Story. One video shows Vrana constantly asking DSP about his late-night meal, How’s the pasta, Devante?.
Vrana also asked Devante how his pasta was after signing a two-year, $6.7 million contract with the Caps in July 2017.
Headline photo courtesy of @janakrizovaa
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