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Apr 17th 2008 12:09PM I totally agree--when I saw "Million Dollar Cookies" I was pretty excited. And then I saw the recipe. As you said, the point is to use their products, but seriously, these really can't be that good. You would think the point would be for people to see the recipe, but Pillsbury products to make, and profit...but I definitely don't see this winning them any converts.
Mar 7th 2007 12:15PM Hiiii!!!
Feb 18th 2007 1:15AM No, it's not too much if said salad is your entire meal/entree.
Dec 12th 2006 11:44PM Remind us again why you, someone who is seemingly afraid of even the most basic culinary preparations, are allowed to write for a food blog?
Nov 16th 2006 3:50PM Yes...how brave and "daring" of her to cook absolute garbage, which, being composed almost entirely of processed and prepackaged foods, happens to terribly unhealthy. What a brave soul. I wish more chefs could be such brand name whores...have you seen any of her recipes from her website? In just one recipe, not only does she specify which brands of marinara sauce, Italian seasoning, and olive oil to use, but she tells you which brand of jarred pre-peeled garlic to use. Yeah, I'm serious.
And no irritating quirks? How about starting every statement with "I want you to..." or "Now I want you to..." Not annoying at all. Not to mention that her only bit of effort and creativity goes into her boozing.
In a time when the negative health effects of prepackaged and processed foods are coming out, when nutritional experts and chefs are condemning America's addiction to these foods (see Christopher Kimball's piece in the Globe), you're sticking up for a woman who urges the masses to pollute their bodies with the very things we should avoid at all costs. How daring.