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Giada De Laurentiis' new cookbook coming out in April

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by The Pontificator, Mar 9, 2007.


  1. The Pontificator

    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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    She's Giadelicious!!! :hearts: :eat: :hearts:

    But in all likelihood I won't be buying her book. I already have about FOUR FEET of Italian/Italian-American cookbooks on the shelf and I seriously doubt there's a recipe in there that I don't already have

    AND as a diabetic I have seriously cut down on my pasta consumption

    AND I'm pretty much down to buying DreamFields Low Carb pasta which costs three to five times as much as regular pasta.

    Now, if there's some good "low-cut blouse boobie pics" in there I could be persuaded. :rofl:
     
  2. RENEA

    RENEA Black Rifle guy

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  3. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    I'll use Ronzoni or Mueller's in a pinch, but Barilla is what I use almost exclusively...

    Their 'Gemelli' is great in a chunky meat tomato sauce (ground beef and ground sausage)
    with onion segments and sliced garlic...

    Grated Parm or Asiago...

    Reheated and eaten the next day...
    Not as leftovers--- but intentionally made a day or two before!

    [​IMG]
     
  4. Singlemalt

    Singlemalt In the rough

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    :hearts: Beyond hot and I would give up all worldly goods to hit that!
     
  5. hotlunch

    hotlunch

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    No matter how the rest of her looks I can't help wondering everytime I see her on TV how her mother survived giving birth to a baby with a head the size of a prize winning July cantelope.

    Seriously, she looks like a bobble-head. I try to watch her shows but have to turn them off after a few minutes for fear of seeing her topple over from all the weight she is carrying "north of the equator".

    I also can't help wondering if she plopped over into a vat of sauce if she would drown to death due to being unable to lift that gargantuan melon out of the pot.

    Besides, we all know Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa, cooks rings around the other Food Network wannabes.
     
  6. Michael Dean

    Michael Dean

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    Methinks the melons south of the equator, would have enough bouyancy to keep the melon north of the equator out of trouble. :banana:
     
  7. hotlunch

    hotlunch

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    You mean like air bags in a crash situation? Hmmm...
     
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