read the comments!

I recently found Food Network Humor and it is quickly becoming a favorite. here’s a reason why:

Food Network Humor » The Most Ridiculous Food Network “Recipe” Of All Time.

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Food Network Humor » The Most Ridiculous Food Network “Recipe” Of All Time.

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7 thoughts on “read the comments!

  1. the comments on the original “recipe” are even better. I love the intarwebs.

    (and 13 min. means you’re going to have pork-flavored charcoal)

    • that’s what I meant, the comments to the original recipe. thanks.

      (and 13 min. means you’re going to have pork-flavored charcoal)
      no kidding. what kind of range is “6 to 13 minutes”?

  2. Hah! Rachel Ray has long been recognized as the goddess of banality. I actually have watched her show a couple of times since my mother does nothing but watch TV during the day, and my jaw has dropped at the lack of originality in RR’s recipes and interviews. You can make macaroni and cheese from scratch, at home? You can save money by using coupons to shop for groceries? Wow!

    Not even my mother is impressed. She once turned to me and said, “Why did they make a TV show about this lady? She’s not very smart.”

  3. As long as they practice safe cooking methods. No one wants to go to the hospital over burnt bacon and the stab wounds that can result from the burning of my said bacon…

  4. Bahaha! And it’s called “Late Night Bacon”?

    I get more entertainment from reading comments…..there are many clever people out there! Ha!

  5. To help more lazy people getting fatter, she would have to get to their home to put chips in their mouths from the bag.

    I’ve suscribed to the Food Network for a while, this “let’s make everyone say E-V-O-O” was killing me.

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