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The Office of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that Sandra Lee, host of the popular Food Network program Semi-Homemade, has been appointed Director of the Governor’s Special Taskforce to feed Hurricane Irene evacuees.
Ms. Lee’s nephew Brycer, Press Secretary for the Taskforce, told reporters that Ms. Lee and her staff are currently preparing five thousand meals to be served in evacuation centers in the metropolitan New York City area. The meals will consist of mango honey chicken with mango slices, sausage and bacon kebabs, paradise crab dip wontons, roasted asparagus with cashew-curry mayonnaise, and grilled cheese dippers with spicy tomato-cheese soup. Desert will be delicious slices of a No-Bake Lovecake with a generous dollop of Cool Whip. For the occasion Ms. Lee has also created a special cocktail, the Hibiscus Hurricane, made from rum, vanilla vodka, guava juice, cherry-flavored cough syrup, and hibiscus tea.
The meals will be served on a Hurricane Irene tablescape, which includes cardboard beach houses with the roofs missing, flooded toy cars, and drowned French tourists made from toothpicks. All items used in making the tablescape can be purchased (or looted) from your local crafts store.
[written and submitted by FNH reader Blue Piano; edited by Jillian Madison]
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