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  • I Should Be Working

    Ha I recently invited my whole family to my daughter’s first dance rectal. Freaking autocorrect.

  • asby

    Thank god kenny is gone….how can one be on a cooking show when they really do not seem to be able to cook

  • cherryred

    I agree, she’s too focused on cutesy and not substance

  • I think if Sarah’s presentation had been more clear it might have worked… Something more along the lines of “When cooking for Date Night, it’s important to think about the other person. You’re making a special meal for them, to celebrate them. Since my husband wasn’t here today, I made the Date Night food with Iron Chef Flay in mind.”

    The right spin could have made that work. She just can’t think on her feet.

  • Pegalicious

    My apologies, K-Cee; I don’t usually call out typos but these were just too good… especially because Lenny’s corn tortilla was not much of a friend!

  • wcsdancer

    I used to love AB, bu his participation in Cutthroat Kitchen (which I don’t watch) has made me reconsider that love. Good Eats was one of *the* best FN shows…Bill Nye meets the kitchen! Alton, Alton…smh…you’re making me sad. The judges/hosts kept saying, “A Food Network Star needs to be able to improvise/think on their feet, etc.” Really? There are no retakes on a noncompetitive cooking show? Next they’ll telling me all the cooking is real-time with no swap outs!

  • K-Cee

    Oops. *blushing*. I’m not so good at the typos; I rely too much on autocorrect. So where, like here, my typo is an actual word, I don’t catch it. Not as bad as the time I wrote a memo to my then-boss citing a Public Law, and left out the L in public!

  • Merry

    Cutthroat Kitchen has nothing to do with cooking ability: it’s just a series of distractions. No one can do their best work while constantly readjusting for stolen tools/ingredients and trying to listen to Alton auction stuff. Lenny may be shtick, but I do believe he can cook and if he’d had his wits about him (and his bacon) would either not have bothered with that tortilla thing or realized how bad it was. Kenny played the game correctly but can’t cook to save his life so no tears over him.

    Sarah…ugh. Let’s start with the fact that no one cooks for “date night:” the definition of date night is going out to get away from kids, house, cooking, etc. And let’s end with the fact that clearly her point of view is all about someone else (Bobby, this time), which is just sort of pathetic. “I made you semi-adequate food….LOVE ME!!” Yeah, that’ll have men beating a path to her door.

  • Pegalicious

    The consensus that Luca’s ouster was a play for more eyeballs on Star Salvation makes sense, especially because there was a comment made that viewers wouldn’t be able to follow his instructions. Perhaps a miraculous fluency, along with a greatly improved camera presence, will find Luca back for the finale.

    Never watched “Cutthroat Kitchen,” and after seeing this I don’t intend to. I just don’t find purposeful sabotage to be entertaining.

    Not sorry to see Kenny go; his “dish” looked and sounded absolutely gross. Maybe pancake, egg, and bacon (with maple syrup, of course) would have been OK, but fruit compote and cream on top of it? Yecch.

    K-Cee, there were a couple of typos that really tickled me: “Lenny finishes his smoothie and rushes back to try to roll out a friend corn tortilla” and “Ruben presents a little dish with sausage, bacon and fiend eggs over a mashed potato.” I guess autocorrect has a problem with “fried”!