|sliggy - 2009-07-21 |
I remember reading a memoir of Julia Child's, where she talks about how awful food was in the U.S. when she started training as a chef. She described going to a party where they served some kind of tuna salad nicoise. But the tuna was canned, and had been carefully taken out of the can so as to preserve its molded can shape.
I think Sandra Lee would like that salad.
I just can't believe they both graduated from the same school. It boggles the mind.
If you're talking about Le Cordon Bleu, you need to know that she _never_ graduated from Le Cordon Bleu. She was signed up for a _two-week_ course when, in her own words, "I was scraping beef tendons and I thought, 'I'm outta here!'" She left after TWO DAYS. So, no. Did you really think this woman had graduated from any culinary school in the world, ever?
As to Sandra Lee, I get that some people hate the process of cooking more than they like food. I'll never understand it, but I have accepted that such stunted, worthless people exist. Fine. If God has seen fit to include Nazis and child molesters on this Earth, I can live with food-haters. But WHY THE FUCK DO THEY HAVE SO MANY COOKING SHOWS?!
|facek - 2009-07-21 |
Haha, watching this and then watching the ground beef episode of Good Eats (has a meatloaf) shows you the wide spectrum of Food Network chefs.
|Aelric - 2009-07-21 |
Wow. While I could appreciate a "bachelor" or "White Trash"cooking show for random things you have when you can't be bothered to cook properly, I gotta say this is weird how they make it all Martha Steward.
Also, I'd never put what she just made in my mouth.
|IrishWhiskey - 2009-07-21 |
Cavemen would mix in herbs and insects to meat, to add color, flavor, and medicinal properties. Sandra Lee represents the devolution of cooking.
|Rudy - 2009-07-21 |
"Always wash your hands after handling dog foo-- I mean raw meat!"
|C. Eloi Marx - 2009-07-21 |
You're all to quick to judge; a chef cooks for their audience, and this was going to be served to special-effects guru Stan Winston.
|phalsebob - 2009-07-21 |
|chumbucket - 2009-07-21 |
spit take on the last shot
|Riskbreaker - 2009-07-21 |
I would make sure that the "thing" she cooked is not alive.
|StanleyPain - 2009-07-21 |
You know this is fucking nothing compared to half the shit she makes. I mean, yeah this is a little lazy, but it's not all that far off from the basic meatloaf recipes most people use when they just want it basic and quick.
This is nowhere near as offensive to the world of cuisine as some of her other "dishes."
Yeah. It looks like a meatloaf. Not a great looking one, but still, just a meatloaf.
|theSnake - 2009-07-21 |
Its a meatloaf what do you think it should look like?
Sandra Lee is a beautiful woman and you are all just jealous she has a cooking show that dares to cater to the busy working mom on the go.
She'll never suck your dick.
|idlehero - 2009-07-21 |
Have any of you actually made meatloaf before? It's a sticky mass of meat - what the fuck do you expect it to look like after roasting in the oven?
Sandra Lee makes plenty of awful food but this is not a good example
Meatloaf tends to have some kind of form.
This is no loaf, this is a misshapen wad of meat with pus-fucking-yellow cooked fat at the base and a slimy pool of said fat leaking from it.
Meat loaf is good. It's good with fresh things inside of it.
"The bun is in your mind."
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-07-21 |
Nobody can be this lacking in self awareness. The only way this show makes sense is if she's silently mocking both the people that make the recipes at home and the awful camp people that watch it irony.
There was clearly no attempt at making that...thing...presentable.
|boner - 2009-07-21 |
On the last Jeopardy kids week, one of the little girls wanted to be a TV chef. Not a chef, a TV chef.
|delicatessen - 2009-07-21 |
Where's the shingle
|Hooker - 2009-07-21 |
Ugh, does not want.
|Postureduck - 2009-07-21 |
Your move, masaokis.
|phydeaux - 2009-07-21 |
Everything is Terrible!
|Cleaner82 - 2009-08-03 |
That is looking back at you.
|ebola - 2010-01-19 |
Very few times have I ever actually laughed out loud at something like this but that was... awesome.
|joyofdiscord - 2010-01-21 |
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