Jr. Phoodie (from Philly)
Looks good and so easy. Chicken legs are always cheap in my neck of the woods, even in the priciest supermarket. Thanks.
The Neelys - well, at least Gina. I hate her voice and her bossy overbearing manner.
Chef vs. City - sorry, but Chef Sanchez rubs me the wrong way.
Food Network Challenge
Ham on the Street
Anything with that boring-ass Marc Summers in it.
Giada's new show
Wheeeeeeeeeeeee! I, for one, am always happy to see someone get exposed to Semi-Ho.....I found out about her through her Kwanzaa Cake as well....I still watch the vid for a laugh every now and then.
I happen to like Boitano; he's one of the classiest athletes the US has produced, the anti-Tonya or anti-obnoxious football or basketball player with a sense of entitlement. The fact that he's a foodie makes me like him even more. Like others have said, if we can watch Fieri or that awful Sandra Lee, why not Boitano???
I can't wait to see his show - there are preview clips available at the FN website.
Leave Boitano the f**k alone.
They should be fried the way God intended. It's not like you eat them everyday. Cannot imagine grilling them. I don't even like broiling them.
Diet Orange Crush
Diet Canada Dry Ginger Ale
Diet Dr. Pepper.
I'm happy to say that I'm watching it less and less...
Can I just tell you how relieved I am that Teddy is gone? I think he is pond scum.
Sometimes I leave dishes in the sink until the next day. I don't have a dishwasher.
For breakfast, I made the burrito that dbcurrie suggested, with the ham sauteed with onions, 'shrooms, scrambled eggs and Swiss cheese.
@brooke29 - I made a ham salad with egg, relish, mayo and horseradish for lunch.
I'm going to buy more, as my days of buying expensive cuts of meat are over for the moment, at least until I find another job.
Air popped popcorn with salt, melted butter and powdered parmigiano reggiano.
@dbcurrie - a burrito sounds like a great idea. I may slip over to the grocery store tonight or tomorrow to get my tortillas and eggs.
Clarification - these are cans of tinned ham, similar to cans of tuna. It's not one of those larger canned hams with the pop top. Just cans of ham that can be flaked with a fork, just like tuna.
These sound like the best ways to go. But if I did a ham salad, would boiled eggs and onions be okay?
@flavacake - anything Tastykake, word.
Herrs Red Hott Chips
Soft Oatmeal Raisin cookies
French Fries w/chili & cheddar cheese
All of these sound great, y'all. Thanks.
I got it a couple of times before and made it with mayo, salt & pepper. Something from my Navy days. IMO there's nothing scary about it; I just wanted to try something different.
I thought the show sucked. MPW is not that well-known in the US, save for some serious foodies. I just couldn't get into the show.
Oh, I thought this was about Spam by Hormel LOL.
Makes me glad I stopped drinking.
My RoT was usually $1 per drink, which in Philly, costs about $3-4. If the bartender is attentive, of course. Shitty services means shitty tips or no tips at all.
Looks good. But my Cuban grandmama never made rice and beans without a piece of meat in 'em. Usually pork or chicken.
Drama major? No wonder he is so comfortable in front of the camera. So far, the show doesn't suck.
She's a hack and a snake-oil salesman. Sometimes her "russipees" do have potential, but then she'll add something ridiculous to them, making them sickeningly inedible.
But I have to watch. I don't hate her per se - I just see her for what she is and watch her for the snark value. That's pretty much all her show is worth.
I've sampled dog AND rat meat whilst traveling in Asia during my Navy days. Neither tastes like chicken. The rat had a gamey, musty aftertaste to it. Gotta love the Philippines.
Way, but I think, depending on what brand you buy, that it comes out to over 800 calories per can, and an inordinate amount of fat.
I am ashamed to admit it, but baking is not my strong suit. Tried making some banana donuts. They were supposed to be deep fried. I used shortening mixed with vegetable oil in my electric fryer. They tasted like greasy slightly sweet pieces of bread.
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