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  1. #1
    sf Guest

    Default More about "The Chew"


    Looking for a local story about something else foodie, I ran across
    this article. 24 hours ago, I would have passed it by because "The
    Chew" would have meant nothing to me... but I knew what it was, so I
    got curious.
    <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/26/the-chew-premiere-five-awkward-moments_n_981890.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000008>

    For those who don't want to follow a link and watch a short video,
    here's the synopsis:

    The Chew premiered earlier today and it was immediately obvious the
    hosts need a bit more time to work on their flow. <snip> Now, below
    are some of the most cringe-worthy moments.

    •Michael Symon asks an audience member why she thinks his pork recipe
    is delicious. She responds that it is...delicious.
    •Daphne Oz opens Ester-C tablets right into the blender. Yum.
    •Michael Symon implores the audience to try a microplane.
    •The audience cheers Carla Hall on for using toothpicks.
    •Mario Batali demos a pizza recipe from a golf course in New Jersey.
    He reveals, after a long pause, that Italian pizza is from Italy.

    Watch at your own risk



    --

    You are what you eat, so avoid fruitcake and nuts.

  2. #2
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: More about "The Chew"

    On 9/28/2011 10:47 AM, sf wrote:
    >
    > Looking for a local story about something else foodie, I ran across
    > this article. 24 hours ago, I would have passed it by because "The
    > Chew" would have meant nothing to me... but I knew what it was, so I
    > got curious.
    > <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/26/the-chew-premiere-five-awkward-moments_n_981890.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000008>
    >
    > For those who don't want to follow a link and watch a short video,
    > here's the synopsis:
    >
    > The Chew premiered earlier today and it was immediately obvious the
    > hosts need a bit more time to work on their flow.<snip> Now, below
    > are some of the most cringe-worthy moments.
    >
    > •Michael Symon asks an audience member why she thinks his pork recipe
    > is delicious. She responds that it is...delicious.
    > •Daphne Oz opens Ester-C tablets right into the blender. Yum.
    > •Michael Symon implores the audience to try a microplane.
    > •The audience cheers Carla Hall on for using toothpicks.
    > •Mario Batali demos a pizza recipe from a golf course in New Jersey.
    > He reveals, after a long pause, that Italian pizza is from Italy.
    >
    > Watch at your own risk


    I think these are mostly stupid criticisms. Look, I'm not trying to
    sell the show, I only mentioned it because I thought people might
    be interested, and yes, it's clear they're working on it just like
    any new show. They do have an hour a day to fill.

    The golf course is beautiful and overlooks the harbor and the
    Statue of Liberty. He was there for a charity function that he
    couldn't miss, so what? Oooo, Daphne put Vitamin C in her health
    drink, alert the media! (laugh) I'm sorry the writer for the
    Huffington Post felt so endangerd by watching the show.

    nancy

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    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: More about "The Chew"

    On Wed, 28 Sep 2011 11:11:30 -0400, Nancy Young wrote:

    > On 9/28/2011 10:47 AM, sf wrote:
    >>
    >> Looking for a local story about something else foodie, I ran across
    >> this article. 24 hours ago, I would have passed it by because "The
    >> Chew" would have meant nothing to me... but I knew what it was, so I
    >> got curious.
    >> <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/26/the-chew-premiere-five-awkward-moments_n_981890.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000008>
    >>
    >> For those who don't want to follow a link and watch a short video,
    >> here's the synopsis:
    >>
    >> The Chew premiered earlier today and it was immediately obvious the
    >> hosts need a bit more time to work on their flow.<snip> Now, below
    >> are some of the most cringe-worthy moments.
    >>
    >> ˇEMichael Symon asks an audience member why she thinks his pork recipe
    >> is delicious. She responds that it is...delicious.
    >> ˇEDaphne Oz opens Ester-C tablets right into the blender. Yum.
    >> ˇEMichael Symon implores the audience to try a microplane.
    >> ˇEThe audience cheers Carla Hall on for using toothpicks.
    >> ˇEMario Batali demos a pizza recipe from a golf course in New Jersey.
    >> He reveals, after a long pause, that Italian pizza is from Italy.
    >>
    >> Watch at your own risk

    >
    > I think these are mostly stupid criticisms. Look, I'm not trying to
    > sell the show, I only mentioned it because I thought people might
    > be interested, and yes, it's clear they're working on it just like
    > any new show. They do have an hour a day to fill.
    >
    > The golf course is beautiful and overlooks the harbor and the
    > Statue of Liberty. He was there for a charity function that he
    > couldn't miss, so what? Oooo, Daphne put Vitamin C in her health
    > drink, alert the media! (laugh) I'm sorry the writer for the
    > Huffington Post felt so endangerd by watching the show.
    >
    > nancy


    the *huffington post* is a strange beast.

    your pal,
    blake

  4. #4
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: More about "The Chew"

    On 9/28/2011 12:23 PM, blake murphy wrote:
    > On Wed, 28 Sep 2011 11:11:30 -0400, Nancy Young wrote:


    >> drink, alert the media! (laugh) I'm sorry the writer for the
    >> Huffington Post felt so endangerd by watching the show.


    > the *huffington post* is a strange beast.


    Yeah, I haven't heard anything coming from them that makes
    me think I should subscribe.

    nancy

  5. #5
    Goomba Guest

    Default Re: More about "The Chew"

    blake murphy wrote:

    > the *huffington post* is a strange beast.
    >
    > your pal,
    > blake


    and become far more annoying since the merger with AOL

  6. #6
    Mark Thorson Guest

    Default Re: More about "The Chew"

    blake murphy wrote:
    >
    > the *huffington post* is a strange beast.


    Their anti-vaccination stance also makes them
    a public health menace. Last year 10 babies died
    from a whooping cough epidemic fueled by misinformation
    on the Internet about vaccines from sites like
    Huffington Post.

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories...PTIONS?SITE=AP

    There are no redeeming qualities about the Huffington
    Post which can make up for the harm they cause.

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    Bob Terwilliger Guest

    Default Re: More about "The Chew"

    blake wrote:

    > the *huffington post* is a strange beast.


    Try this instead: http://thefluffingtonpost.com/

    Bob



  8. #8
    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: More about "The Chew"

    On Wed, 28 Sep 2011 19:00:52 -0700, Bob Terwilliger wrote:

    > blake wrote:
    >
    >> the *huffington post* is a strange beast.

    >
    > Try this instead: http://thefluffingtonpost.com/
    >
    > Bob


    i ain't ready for that, either.

    your pal,
    blake

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