Pretentious Food You Can’t Afford, Take 2

December 28, 2012 / Posted by:

Well, look who’s dropping a deuce new cook book on April 2nd! It should be on April 1st since you would have to be an April Fool to buy this shit. It’s Goopy McPoopy, aka Gwyneth Paltrow, once again hammering us commoners in the head with the fact that we’ll never be as good, beautiful, or fabulous as she is. In her new book called It’s All Good, or formally It’s All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great (but not as great as me, ever, fucking plebes), Gwyneth condescends to give her recipes for things like Hummus Tartine with Scallion-Mint Pesto, Salmon Burgers with Pickled Ginger, and Freshly Clubbed Antarctic Baby Seal with Roasted Organic White Truffle and Crushed Blood Diamond Sauce. Maybe I made that last one up.

None of that shit sounds easy to me, so this has me thinking that I should come out with my own cookbook. Something like A Lazy Hor’s Guide To The Kitchen, featuring recipes for Beefaroni, Hamburger Helper, Easy Mac, Microwave TV Dinners and Pizza Hut. Step 1: open can. Step 2: heat and eat! Bonus: my recipes won’t leave you terrified to step away from the toilet for hours on end (in fact they often have the opposite effect), and even my broke ass can afford it. You’re welcome!

You can read more about her book on Amazon and how these recipes are a product of some sadistic ass doctor’s recommendation that she go on an elimination diet featuring no coffee, no alcohol, no sugar…okay, just stop right there. I thought this food was supposed to make me feel GOOD, not depressed.

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