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Old 03-03-2007, 06:19 PM   #1
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Ok.... Umm... It was a peanut battle.

Our illustrious Chef Bobby Flay.....(holding back my vomit).... Boiled 2 racks of spares.... the deep fried them.
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Old 03-03-2007, 07:00 PM   #2
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Ok.... Umm... It was a peanut battle.

Our illustrious Chef Bobby Flay.....(holding back my vomit).... Boiled 2 racks of spares.... the deep fried them.
He won didnt he?
THAT'S NOT THE POINT !
It's just wrong.....wrong! I tells ya !
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Old 03-03-2007, 07:34 PM   #3
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Ok.... Umm... It was a peanut battle.

Our illustrious Chef Bobby Flay.....(holding back my vomit).... Boiled 2 racks of spares.... the deep fried them.
Did he boil them in liquid smoke? Or has he found a new recipe?
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Old 03-04-2007, 06:36 AM   #4
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While I have never and will never boil ribs... He did have only 1 hour to prepare them... The really BAD thing was all 3 of the judges saying how great they tasted!

James.
Probably cause they never had ribs done the right way in thier lives, as prissy as some of them seem they would not get thier hand messy, LOL.
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Old 03-04-2007, 07:56 AM   #5
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Like James said, they only had one hour. And folks, don't think for a minute the show isn't rigged, it's there for your entertainment and for them to make money!
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I thought you were supposed to boil ribs
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I thought you were supposed to boil ribs
You are. What do you think 3-2-1 is for?
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I just find it odd that he boiled ribs for a peanut battle!
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Like James said, they only had one hour. And folks, don't think for a minute the show isn't rigged, it's there for your entertainment and for them to make money!
I know I keep asking myself "What a coincidence it is that they have all the correct ingredients and garnishes for a perfect match to the ""Surprise"" ingredient"? Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa?????
It's fun to watch and great to see the plating that they do! My favorite show on FN is Ham on the Street!
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Like James said, they only had one hour. And folks, don't think for a minute the show isn't rigged, it's there for your entertainment and for them to make money!
I know I keep asking myself "What a coincidence it is that they have all the correct ingredients and garnishes for a perfect match to the ""Surprise"" ingredient"? Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa?????
It's fun to watch and great to see the plating that they do! My favorite show on FN is Ham on the Street![/quote:2f98dffk]

My favorites are molto mario and pauls home cooking. Good eats is good some of the time but it can get to much in detail for me. One show I do miss though is a cooks tour. I wish they would show the old reruns.

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