Skip to comments.Michelle Obama joins Food Network's Paula Deen to fry shrimp for cooking show
Posted on 09/17/2008 8:36:58 AM PDT by mnehring
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Fried arugula with brie & white whine ...
The Food Network in 2008 is a downright mean network.
Yep, Michelle’s just a plain old American housewife.
OK, so I read the headline....WHY do I picture Bubba from Forrest Gump talking about shrimp?
>Obama told Deen her husband’s personal favorite is a steaming bowl of chili,
Still trying to get past that Arugula remark, aren’t they?
She once had her good friend Jimmy Carter on as a guest.
Paula Deen must like her fried shrimp and french fries.
My wife likes watching Dean. I have trouble watching her. Now when I tell my wife about this, I doubt she’ll be on our TV again...
Does anyone believe that Michelle, born and raised in Chicago, first cooked Barack Gumbo. Do people from Chicago even know what Gumbo is? Smells like pandering to the Southern audience.
Anyone who cooks like Paula Dean is asking for high cholesterol and high blood pressure.
Also,he likes to have a few Buds and kick back a watch
Monday Nite football.I tell you Paula it makes for
quite an aromatic evening.
“She was getting her hands dirty,” Deen said in an interview Friday”
Ms. Deen, Michelle has been getting her hands dirty for a while, now.
Gee, Michelle makes time to get on a cooking show...wonder if she made sure to give them her strict rules of what NOT to talk about......AND isn’t it amazing Michelle Obama has time to cook but NO TIME to go to the 9/11 event!!!!!
Wonder if Dean knows anything about moose stew?
Is this how she chooses to campaign for her husband? I personally can’t stomach Paula so I think they make a nice pair.
Why isn’t she at home with her daughters?
The People’s Revolutionary Struggle takes the battle to Food Network!
With all of the Americans starving, it is good to see the People’s Revolutionary Leadership giving cooking tips to the proletariat!
Obama told Deen her husbands personal favorite is a steaming bowl of chili.
I thought it was bacon.
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