January 28, 2013

Rachael vs. Guy Episode Four: Moonbounces and Fire-Breathing Children

This week, the Food Network’s culinary take on a celebricharity competition (I think there’s enough of these shows that it deserves its own word) chugged on into the fourth episode. Instead of cooking for food editors, farm owners, or diner patrons, this week the celebrity cooks prepared dishes and a party for some of the most critical eaters ever: children. Last week, it was a tense showdown in the Elimination Cook-Off, but this week’s cut I think would qualify as a slaughter. Read on for the full recap! Read the rest of this entry »

January 21, 2013

Rachael vs. Guy Episode Three: Cheeseburgers, Glitter, and Milkshakes!

Editor’s Note: Last week, I was informed by some Twitter users that the nickname Johnny Weir(d) is viewed as derogatory. I had no idea, and didn’t mean it that way in my earlier posts, but from here on out that nickname is banned from my reviews. Read on, foodies!

For this week, I have invited the author of Binky’s Johnny Weir Blog, Lynn Ingogly aka Binky, to do a tag-team styled recap of the episode with me. To the burgers, glitter, and milkshakes! Read the rest of this entry »

December 28, 2012

The Horror… of Sandra Lee

horrific old people

By no means am I a food snob. I love making easy recipes whenever I get the chance, and I’ve been known to use a shortcut or two to wind up with a delicious dish. But a line has to be drawn somewhere. Unfortunately for food, Sandra Lee cartwheels, backflips, somersaults, and then handsprings way past that line onto one of her crappy “tablescapes.“ Don’t worry, she stuck the landing. But seriously, she has no business being on the Food Network.  Read the rest of this entry »

April 21, 2011

Cooking with Rachael Ray!

Last night, I was in desperate need of a quick, easy, and affordable dinner to make, so I grabbed my (never before used) Rachael Ray’s Express Lane Meals cookbook and started skimming.  The second I saw the Toasted Garlic and Sweet Pea Pasta, I knew that it was the one! Read the rest of this entry »

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