Ahhh, a lovely Gallette I made for friends this summer.
Speaking of food, you guys ever watch the Food Network show, The Pioneer Woman, hosted by Ree Drummond?
At the gym, when I work out I watch Food Network, and for the past year, at 10:00 a.m., it has been the lovely Contessa, Ina Garten. I love her show, full of interesting information about classics, entertaining, wine, cheese, spins on classics and European dining.
But now at that time slot, they've changed it around so Ree's show comes on when Ina's used to.
Before I start ranting, I'm sure Ree is nice. I'm sure her neighbors like her, and she's a good mother.
But that show sucks ass.
The other day, I kid you not, she made lasagna WITH COTTAGE CHEESE IN IT. As in, hello, 1980's.
I'm as enraged as "Adam" was about cooking from Northern Exposure.
If that was not offensive enough, yesterday, her "recipe" for enchiladas, was 1 can green sauce poured over a corn tortilla, with cheese on top, nuked.
Are you kidding me? This is a "recipe"?
Then yesterday, she made burritoes: ground beef and cumin, refried beans outta the can, can of green sauce on top.
Again, these are "recipes"? WTF, I call it cooking you did when you first moved away from home, right up there with Ramen noodles, Hamburger Helper.
OK, I get the whole "country thang," going on.
But the show sucks. All the talented home chefs out there who don't have their own FN show, and we get this? Can't Food Network turn to say, You Tube and find some bright talent out there? Recently, I've found some good Paleo-blogger-foodies whose recipes are wonderful. Why can't they get a show?
Why can't I have a show?
Now, I'm morbidly curious each day, to see what slop Ree's going to throw together.
Maybe Friday she'll show us how to say, fry an egg, or better still, make a peanut-butter sandwich, with jelly. I can't wait!