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Desc:At least there's no corn nuts.
Tags:cake, cooking, Hanukkah, sandra lee, food network
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Comment count is 23
Lurchi - 2010-12-04
The secret ingredient is food coloring.

She's going out with the governor of New York.
Timothy A. Bear - 2010-12-05
Every single ingredient is worse off than when she started.

Grandmaster Funk - 2010-12-04
Haven't the Jewish people suffered enough?
baleen - 2010-12-05

You might want to let your Semitic guests know that those same gelatin marshmallows you're putting in the Kwanza cake aren't exactly kosher...

Lurchi - 2010-12-05
needs more Christian baby blood and desecrated communion wafers

freedoom - 2010-12-04
Wait, this bitch has a cooking show that shows you how to cheat into making people think you cooked a homemade dish? What a bitch.
Toenails - 2010-12-05

oh wait, you're talking about Sandra Lee? Oh yeah, fuck that bitch.

Comeuppance - 2010-12-04
Who the fuck ices angel food cake?
urbanelf - 2010-12-04
My dick is now soft.
Macho Nacho - 2010-12-04
Not as horrible as her Kwanzaa cake, but still pretty bad.
engrish muffin - 2010-12-04
Um, are marshmallows kosher?
Valvados - 2010-12-04
The Hannukah cake for the anti-Semite.

dead_cat - 2010-12-05
Not gelatin marshmallows, like she's using.

fluffy - 2010-12-05
That icing might not be kosher either, depending on what emulsifiers or stabilizers it uses.

Also apparently nobody ever told her that the point to garnish is that it should be part of the food and edible and shouldn't have to be removed before you actually serve it. But then again, she's going for a trailer-park audience here anyway, so this might be a few steps removed from her reality.

baleen - 2010-12-05

That's uppity trailer park to you, sir!

gmol - 2010-12-05
Kosher marshmallows were tough to find, I think there used to be a brand that was made from fish gelatin (which can be kosher).

I can find "Sweet and Sara" vegan marshmallows everywhere now but, they are expensive (5-6 bucks for about 8 big pieces). Give those people the Nobel Prize in chemistry for successfully making a vegan marshmallow.

dead_cat - 2010-12-05
Yes, the fish marshmallows are still out there. One of the local stores even carries them, I am always consumed by morbid curiosity when I pass by their display. Would they taste good? Normal?

gmol - 2010-12-05
You are saying that your curiosity is morbid because you wonder how marshmallows made from fish bone marrow taste... compared to "normal" ones made from cow/pig/etc. bone marrow?

dead_cat - 2010-12-06
I know, it doesn't make any sense.

Billy the Poet - 2010-12-05
Dredel, Dredel, Dredel... I made you out of prefabricated frozen cookie dough...
cognitivedissonance - 2010-12-05
This is the sort of thing you make from the dregs of the food bank supply box the day before the welfare card flips.
grep - 2010-12-05
"The perfect Angel Food Cake for Hanukkah."
Grandmaster Funk - 2010-12-05
Apparently angel food cake with marshmallows shoved in its orifice is a Thing that this lady does.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/sandra-lee/lifes-a-beach-ca ke-recipe/index.html
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