Incidentally, Food Network is a really bad place to work and maintain marital bliss. Most recently, the Neeleys (never liked them anyway), Bobby Flay, Giada de Laurentiis, and Alton Brown have had long term marriages crash and burn. Earlier we saw Nigella Lawson and even the great (and I mean this sincerely, I adore this man) Emeril Lagasse have marriages fail while they were on the air. The most famous marriage fail, however, involved a Food Network commentator named Donna Hanover, who co-anchored Food News and Views with David Rosengarten. Well yes. I have been watching Food Network for a very long time.
More funny news: Yoko Ono, that self-proclaimed artiste, has announced that she and Hillary Clinton were "intimate" (translation: lesbian lovers) back in the seventies. Could this campaign get any weirder? Sure it could - and has - as even more Democrats, seeing the chinks in Hillary's armor, are throwing their hats (not baseball caps, not fezzes, not cool) into the ring. Oh, Republicans! I saw Lindsay Graham coming down the road, but George Pataki? And am I the only person who gets creeped out anytime Carly Fiorina appears on TV? She reminds me of Rick Scott, and that's not good. Who knew that Voldemort had a female counterpart?
Oh hell, now I've got an ear worm (but nothing is real):
Misunderstanding all you see
Yoko Ono and planting strawberries in the same day? Good thing this is one of my silly, giddy, quit-while-you're-ahead days (which I did, displaying the awesome wisdom that comes with being 62, I stopped after planting the strawberries, and left the bougainvillea and seeds for another day. I got tired, and I owned it.)
I am going to cook tonight, one of those dishes that college students like to make because you don't need a recipe but I'll give you one anyway.
Let's finish this off with a pretty picture and a couple of opinions:
I don't care if Hillary is a lesbian, or bisexual, or bicurious. I do question her taste in women, as I have never liked Yoko Ono. I also don't care if Bobby Flay cheated on his wife. I'm still going to watch his shows, eat in his restaurants, and use his recipe for tamales.