The 5 most disgusting looking recipes from FoodNetwork.com

Ahhh, the hell with it.  Totally sick of politics. I’m going to stick with food today.

From Food Network Humor:

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WHAT IT IS: Eggplant with Yogurt and Dill via Food Network magazine.

WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE: Everything that washed up on Long Island Sound after a heavy rainstorm (with pieces of unwashed horse hooves thrown in for good measure).


You can check the rest of ‘em out here.

Posted by Kevin K. on 07/31/09 at 10:31 AM • Permalink

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Proving again, as we have discovered here on our own, that photographing food so that it looks appetizing is an art form of its own.

I loved that two of the five dishes were by Sandra Lee.  Hey, I don’t care what her backstory is - her tablescapes are ludicrous and most of her recipes are a waste of ingredients.  Just sayin’.

WHAT IT IS: Stuffed Cabbage Rolls (Galumpkis) via Tyler Florence.

WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE: The top of Ray Liotta’s head in Hannibal.

m, you watch Next Food Network Star, right?  Who ya pulling for Sunday?

Okay, I never did, but this summer there seemed to be a dearth of interesting programming, so I started watching NFNS. 

Not impressed with anyone really, I guess I like Melissa a teensy bit more out of the remaining two (Jeffrey I find slightly stupor-invoking).  I am just glad and shocked that Debbie Lee, Korean, went home last week.

Kevin, I watched a couple of the early ones but never got hooked so I have no opinion.

Not impressed with anyone really, I guess I like Melissa a teensy bit more out of the remaining two (Jeffrey I find slightly stupor-invoking).  I am just glad and shocked that Debbie Lee, Korean, went home last week.

I think all around the talent level was pretty low this season. I guess I’m pulling for Melissa. But the real winner this season is, as usual, Susie Fogelson.

p.s. Too bad Debbie was a horrible person because of everyone she’d probably fill a gap in the Food Network’s programming.  They don’t have anyone on who specializes in Asian cuisine.

Back to the game…

WHAT IT IS:  Lime-Blueberry Tiramisu

WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE:  Violet Beauregard, after the fall.


I’m finding it hard to refrain from commenting on the atrocity that is Limeade concentrate and blueberry canned filling in a tiramisu recipe.  Thanks, Paula!

I have a feeling we’ll wind up with Melissa, too.  Debbie was deplorable.

At this point I don’t care so much because they all sucked, but actually better than last years’ crew.

I just found out yesterday that Hell’s Kitchen started again AND it’s on my DVR!

Spam-Velveeta-Twinkie Souffle

1 tablespoon crisco
12 Hostess Twinkies
Salt
White Pepper
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
4 eggs, separated
1 can Spam, cut into small cubes or chunked.
1 cup Velveeta, shredded

Preheat oven to 350 F.

Grease a 7-inch soufflé dish with crisco.

Slice Twinkies in half lengthwise. Remove and reserve cream filling.

In a large food processor, combine Twinkie cakes, half of the Twinkie filling, and the crisco

Blend until the mixture has reached the consistency of a thin batter.

Transfer ingredients to a medium saucepan and cook over low heat. Stir in salt, white pepper, and mustard. Remove from heat.

Beat in egg yolks, one at a time, beating thoroughly after each addition. Fold in spam and 1/2 cup of velveeta. In a medium bowl, beat egg whites until stiff but not dry. Fold beaten egg whites into chunked spam mixture. Pour into greased soufflé dish.

Bake in 350 oven 40 to 45 minutes, or until puffed and golden brown. Top with remaining Twinkie cream and velveeta.

Serve with a tossed salad.

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