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Posted by Jillian Madison

I didn’t watch this week’s Vermont Brownie Company episode of Throwdown With Bobby Flay, but luckily, FNH reader Paul did.  During the plated shots of the entries at the end, the Vermont Brownie Company’s was on screen and Paul’s wife noticed what seemed to be A HAIR sticking out of the side of their brownie:

There’s really only one word that’s appropriate here, and that word is: Ewwwwwwwwwwwww. I don’t like my brownies to come with built-in floss, but thanks.

If that really IS a hair, it’s awfully wiry looking. That only amplifies my concern over where it might have originated. Finding a head hair in your food is gross enough, but encountering someone else’s pube on your plate is an entirely different dimension of horrifying.

(Thanks for the pics, Paul!)


Posted by Jillian Madison

I finally got around to watching this weekend’s episode of The Best Thing I Ever Ate (aka: a creative way for the Food Network hosts to promote restaurants that are probably owned by their friends/family). The subject was snack foods, and guess what groundbreaking stuff we learned? Anne Burrell loves nachos, Ted Allen loves pickles, and Giada loves HOT NUTS.

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Seriously. She loves HOT NUTS so much, she gobbles them all up. She can’t stop herself from cramming all the the HOT NUTS down her throat. Luckily for us, she even demonstrated how she eats HOT NUTS:

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Roll the video clip!

Giada, if eating HOT NUTS was an Olympic sport, you’d take home the gold medal for sure.


Posted by Jillian Madison


Posted by Jillian Madison

[Ed. note: Did you ever watch the Food Network closed captioned? We have, and it can be hilarious! The best part? The captions are real - we didn't even have to make them up.]

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food network closed captioned on food network humor

food network closed captioned on food network humor

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