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    Polly Esther Guest

    Default Not nearly Extremely Chef

    I just watched the show in the wild west where they cooked rattlesnakes
    and made ice cream.
    Easy.
    If they ever want to try 'extreme', I could help with the challenge.
    Give them all a teething baby on one hip, a couple of cranky pre-schoolers
    coming down with measles and a mother-in-law who wished her Perfect son had
    married the girl of her choice.
    Yeah. I want to see that. BTDT Polly


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    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Guest

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    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Polly Esther" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I just watched the show in the wild west where they cooked rattlesnakes
    > and made ice cream.
    > Easy.
    > If they ever want to try 'extreme', I could help with the challenge.
    > Give them all a teething baby on one hip, a couple of cranky pre-schoolers
    > coming down with measles and a mother-in-law who wished her Perfect son had
    > married the girl of her choice.
    > Yeah. I want to see that. BTDT Polly


    You missed that episode?

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    Polly Esther Guest

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    "Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" <> wrote in message

    > In article < "Polly Esther" <> wrote:
    >
    >> I just watched the show in the wild west where they cooked
    >> rattlesnakes
    >> and made ice cream.
    >> Easy.
    >> If they ever want to try 'extreme', I could help with the challenge.
    >> Give them all a teething baby on one hip, a couple of cranky
    >> pre-schoolers
    >> coming down with measles and a mother-in-law who wished her Perfect son
    >> had
    >> married the girl of her choice.
    >> Yeah. I want to see that. BTDT Polly

    >
    > You missed that episode?


    LOL. Yes. I did. Polly


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    sf Guest

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    On Thu, 18 Aug 2011 22:15:48 -0500, "Polly Esther"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I just watched the show in the wild west where they cooked rattlesnakes
    > and made ice cream.
    > Easy.
    > If they ever want to try 'extreme', I could help with the challenge.
    > Give them all a teething baby on one hip, a couple of cranky pre-schoolers
    > coming down with measles and a mother-in-law who wished her Perfect son had
    > married the girl of her choice.
    > Yeah. I want to see that. BTDT Polly


    Har!

    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

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    Brian Guest

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    On Thu, 18 Aug 2011 22:15:48 -0500, Polly Esther wrote:

    > I just watched the show in the wild west where they cooked rattlesnakes
    > and made ice cream.


    I had food network on the other day when I was doing some sewing, and
    they had the described episode of "Extreme Chef" on, if indeed it is the
    same one I am thinking of. Well, they did all this weird stuff, then they
    said they now had the ultimate challenge.

    I expected them to say something like they would have some cowboys
    shooting six-shooters and that they would have to duck under the counters
    while they were shooting and jump up and do the cooking while the cowboys
    were reloading. All they did was handcuff the cooks. How disappointing.

    Brian Christiansen

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    nurk_fred2000 Guest

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    On Aug 19, 12:39*am, Brian <brian_christi...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > On Thu, 18 Aug 2011 22:15:48 -0500, Polly Esther wrote:
    > > I just watched the show in the wild west where they cooked rattlesnakes
    > > and made ice cream.

    >
    > I had food network on the other day when I was doing some sewing, and
    > they had the described episode of "Extreme Chef" *on, if indeed it is the
    > same one I am thinking of. Well, they did all this weird stuff, then they
    > said they now had the ultimate challenge.
    >
    > I expected them to say something like they would have some cowboys
    > shooting six-shooters and that they would have to duck under the counters
    > while they were shooting and jump up and do the cooking while the cowboys
    > were reloading. *All they did was handcuff the cooks. *How disappointing.
    >
    > Brian Christiansen


    ***Seems some of these cooking shows are becoming as stupid as the
    audience that tunes in...Stupid is as Stupid does....A whole new brand
    of reality tv aimed at mindless clones ~ Let's get back to real
    cooking programs like "Great Chef's of New Orleans", Great Chefs of
    the World, "The Real Food of China", and Keith "Far Flung" Floyd (may
    he RIP)...Can't learn anything from this crap that's on now so bring
    back the tried and true...I'm shocked that Chemo the Clown doesn't
    have his own show with all the garbage that's currently on, but then
    again why would anyone tune in and want to watch an Obnoxious Clown
    wash dishes...*smirk*

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    Brian Guest

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    On Fri, 19 Aug 2011 00:49:08 -0700, nurk_fred2000 wrote:


    > ***Seems some of these cooking shows are becoming as stupid as the
    > audience that tunes in...Stupid is as Stupid does....


    That is a bit insulting. But I was not "watching" it, it just happened
    to come on when I was doing some sewing and had started tuned in to
    something else. Some of them, however, get so ridiculous they are funny.

    Brian Christiansen

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