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Editor Sara Bonisteel is a former news editor at FOXNews.com and has worked for the Independent on Sunday and the Elmira Star-Gazette. She salivates at the thought of lime pickle.
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Paula Deen may love ham, but not this much.
She was helping unload hams for Hosea Feed the Hungry in Atlanta on Monday, when she was hit in the face with a flying pork product.
"Oh, I didn't know it was being thrown," she says in the video.
Deen is no stranger to public humiliation. Earlier this year, her pants fell down during a demonstration at the Food Network South Beach Wine and Food Festival.
But like Miami mooning incident, Deen has quickly moved beyond Monday's pork fracas.
"Yes it's true, I should have ducked, but it's worth a ham in the face to feed so many," she says on Twitter of her "ham-tastrophy."
Let us know what you think of Paula Deen in the comments below!
Yes, we covered up Bella with a burger. Photo: Rachel Been, AOL.
The folks at Burger King think so. They're marketing a special BK Burger Shots six-pack for all you werewolves and, ahem, blood-sucking vampires out there. The mini burgers come with a special "Gift of Holiday Value" -- coupons for "Twilight" merch masquerading as collector's cards. Think of them as a vampire Valpak of savings.
Is any of this worth it? Find out after the jump.
The International Vegetarian Union goes cannibalistic with this anatomical vegetarian advertisement. Keep it away from the woman afraid of vegetables.
Jamie Oliver, who's been hard at work trying to slim the waistlines of Huntington, W.Va., residents, is also peddling high-sodium pasta sauces in Britain.
If you like to slather it on, you can see all those Stephen Colbert-inspired Miracle Whip ads online here and here.
And finally, a Chicago Tribune sports columnist ate his own words -- the whole column in fact -- after admitting a basketball player drafted by the Bulls wasn't so bad after all.
by Fred Thompson
Photographs by Ben Fink
The Taunton Press -- 2009
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"Barbecue Nation" author Fred Thompson goes through the hows and whys of gas grilling in his latest book. Here you'll learn what to look for in a gas grill, how to use it and how to turn it into a meat-smoking machine.
Along the way, you'll find some solid recipes to keep you grilling all year long.
See what we tested and whether it's worth buying after the jump.
Photo: Sara Bonisteel
A friend had informed us prior to sampling what exactly these buttery white grains were. Had we not known, we would have just found them to be pleasant, nutty things similar to cooked, toasted risotto. We ate them at the San Angel Inn, which serves up escamole with fresh guacamole and corn tortillas.
Have you tried escamole? What did you think? And what's the weirdest thing you've eaten? Let us know in the comments below.
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