Friday, April 01, 2011

So That's What She Does with the Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Thanks to assorted SPOGGers who sent this along, we now know that Rachael Ray is a cannibal. A cannibal who not only gets nutrition from cooking her family and her dog, but also inspiration.

We think we're going to barf right about ... now.

(And yes, this demonstrates why commas are sometimes very necessary. But next time we're hungry, we'll be sure to consult her recipe for cooking family members. Some of our nieces and nephews look delicious.)

Update: Tails magazine says the cover was Photoshopped. It's still funny, though.

5 comments:

Wendy Wahman said...

Tasty!

fewilcox said...

That reminds me of my favorite grammar book: "Eats, Shoots & Leaves" by Lynne Truss.

Nora B. Peevy said...
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MOCK! said...

Ah, the importance of commas!

The difference between "Let's eat, Grandpa!" and "Let's eat Grandpa!"

Lupatrian said...

That is really funny, but much less so if it's Photoshopped.