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Giada’s New Line Of Dog Food
Posted by Jillian Madison


Welcome to part one of our celebrity chef dog food collection, where 14 and I imagine what the world would be like if a few famous chefs started following in Rachael Ray’s footsteps and selling their own brands of dog food.

Giada will surely cash in with Ciao Chow, a premium family-style Italian dog food no teenage boy will be able to resist buying. Giada slathered her famous SPA-GIT-TEE with one of her new pasta sauces from Target, and topped the whole thing off with crunchy moat-za-rell-uh meatballs that will help promote good dental health. Just look at those chompers!

Of course, her cleavage will be prominently displayed on the product’s packaging. Would it really be “Giada” without it?

[Drawing by the insanely talented 14. You can find her hilariously skewering pop culture at her website, Gallery Of The Absurd.]

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    29 Responses

  1. alexis says:


  2. Gayle King says:

    I just passed this post around to everyone in my office and everyone is dying with laughter.

  3. Neo says:

    Dad: “Johnny, why are you taking Fido’s empty can of Giada dog food with you into the bathroom?”

    Johnny: (awkwardly) “Uhhhhh, erm, I’m just washing it out, dad!”

  4. Tegan says:

    I don’t know what’s funnier – the dog’s name “Fidochio” or the gigantic lemon sitting next to the food bowl. I love this!

  5. BOO says:

    Builds Strong Teeth, surely Giada could pump out some Pet Milk!

  6. Ben says:

    I’d buy this.

    And I don’t even have a dog.

  7. Alex says:

    That’s the most accurate likeness of her that I’ve ever seen.

  8. boke1 says:

    This is great. Giada looks a little Maria Shriver-esque in the mouth.

  9. Jill (not Jillian) says:

    I like how the dogs nails are painted as well. Fidochio!

  10. Diane says:

    Fidochio’s expression is priceless…”Save some for meeee, please!”

  11. Kenneth says:

    Gives all new meaning to “puppy chow”

  12. Cookie says:

    Wouldn’t it have been cute if they’d said Mutts-arella on the can? LOL

  13. Zach says:

    Gonna have nightmares of that face.

  14. Goober says:

    Is that b*tch in heat?

  15. Silvio says:

    Will her pet food be crunchy,chewy or crispy ?

  16. Lana says:

    … I’m going to have nightmares … and so’s my dog ….

  17. emptysky1969 says:

    I hope it has a salty bite

  18. Jon McKenzie says:


    Yeah, I know it is SUPPOSED to be a charicature of Giada, but it looks much more like Louise Lasser. Copy and paste the url:

    • Alex says:

      I’m well aware of your comparison. I know who Louise Lasser is, and agree that the characterization of Giada ends up resembling her. So, can we quit beating a dead horse and move on to something that’s funny?

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