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(Radar Magazine)   Paula Deen bashes Bourdain's cruelty toward her condition, admires Kristin Wiig's impression of her on SNL and announces she'd like to host show herself   (radaronline.com) divider line 179
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2012-04-03 05:09:13 PM  
I like Paula Deen despite the deep-fried cone pone accent. Anthony Bourdain looks like a walking STD and I wouldn't eat anything he was in the same room with let alone prepared.
 
2012-04-03 05:13:49 PM  
people out there with diabetes haven't chosen this

Don't eat the butter and your pancreas won't stutter.
 
2012-04-03 05:14:58 PM  
because people out there with diabetes haven't chosen this," Paula told Prevention.

So then "Prevention" Magazine is a sham?
 
2012-04-03 05:35:23 PM  
I'm fat, y'awl! And so can y'awl!

Now pass the buttered insulin, y'awl!
 
2012-04-03 05:35:23 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: people out there with diabetes haven't chosen this

Don't eat the butter and your pancreas won't stutter.


Yup, that's when I stopped reading too.
 
2012-04-03 05:47:23 PM  

PhiloeBedoe: I like Paula Deen despite the deep-fried cone pone accent. Anthony Bourdain looks like a walking STD and I wouldn't eat anything he was in the same room with let alone prepared.


Paula Deen is a retard and I'm sorry you hate men.
 
2012-04-03 05:49:23 PM  
It's hard to take Paula Deens' protestations about how she has nothing to do with anyone getting diabetes when she publishes "recipes" like this:

Ingredients
1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter
2 cans (14 1/2-ounces) English peas, drained

Directions
Melt the butter in small pot and add the peas. Cook over medium heat until peas are warm.


Source: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula-deen/english-peas-recipe/inde x.html

Yes, that's the entire recipe.
 
2012-04-03 06:01:15 PM  
I'm Team Tony on this one, too.

Bourdain is awesome. His food is great, and so are his books. He's whip-smart, world-traveled, fully paid up on his dues and great in front of a camera. He respects people who earn it, takes the piss out of himself when he DOESN'T, and even revises his opinion on some of his contemporaries if if they actually prove that they have heart and skill (e.g., Emeril Legasse).

On the other hand, Deen is just a deep-fried, butter-sucking, (allegedly) racist redneck who's cashing in on a medical diagnosis.

Also...

Here's the recipe for "Paula Deen's English Peas":

Ingredients:
• 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter
• 2 cans (14 1/2-ounces) English peas, drained

Directions:
Melt the butter in small pot and add the peas. Cook over medium heat until peas are warm.


And here's the recipe for Anthony Bourdain's Coq Au Vin:

Another easy dish that looks like it's hard. It's not. In fact, this is the kind of dish you might enjoy spending a leisurely afternoon with. There are plenty of opportunities for breaks. It's durable, delicious, and the perfect illustration of the principles of turning something big and tough and unlovely into something truly wonderful. I know it looks like a lot of ingredients, and that the recipe might be complicated. Just take your time. Knock out your prep one thing at a time, slowly building your mise en place. Listen to some music while you do it. There's an open bottle of wine left from the recipe, so have a glass now and again. Just clean up after yourself as you go, so your kitchen doesn't look like a disaster area when you start the actual cooking. You should, with any luck, reach a Zen-like state of pleasurable calm. And like the very best dishes, coq au vin is one of those that goes on the stove looking, smelling, and tasting pretty nasty, and yet later, through the mysterious, alchemical processes of time and heat, turns into something magical.

Yield : Serves 4
Ingredients:
• 1 bottle (1 liter) plus 1 cup (225 ml) of red wine
• 1 onion, cut into a 1-inch (2.5-cm) dice
• 1 carrot, cut into ¼-inch (6-mm) slices
• 1 celery rib, cut into ½-inch (1-cm) slices
• 4 whole cloves
• 1 tbsp (14 g) whole black peppercorns
• 1 bouquet garni
• 1 whole chicken, about 3.5 lb (1.35 kg) "trimmed"-meaning guts, wing tips, and neckbone removed
• Salt and freshly ground pepper
• 2 tbsp (28 ml) olive oil
• 6 tbsp (75 g) butter, softened
• 1 tbsp (14 g) flour
• ¼ lb (112 g) slab or country bacon, cut into small oblongs (lardons) about ¼ by 1 inch (6 mm by 2.5 cm)
• ½ Ib/225 g small, white button mushrooms, stems removed
• 12 pearl onions, peeled pinch of sugar

Equipment:
• 3 large, deep bowls
• Plastic wrap
• Fine strainer
• Large Dutch oven or heavy-bottomed pot
• Tongs
• Wooden spoon
• Small sauté pan
• Small saucepan
• 1 sheet of parchment paper (you can always beg a sheet off your local bakery-they've got lots)
• Whisk
• Deep serving platter

Directions:

DAY ONE

The day before you even begin to cook, combine the bottle of red wine, the diced onion (that's the big onion, not the pearl onions), sliced carrot, celery, cloves, peppercorns, and bouquet garni in a large, deep bowl. Add the chicken and submerge it in the liquid so that all of it is covered. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.

DAY TWO

Remove the chicken from the marinade and pat it dry. Put it aside. Strain the marinade through the fine strainer, reserving the liquids and solids separately. Season the chicken with salt and pepper inside and out. In the large Dutch oven, heat the oil and 2 tablespoons/28 g of the butter until almost smoking, and then sear the chicken, turning with the tongs to evenly brown the skin. Once browned, remove it from the pot and set it aside again. Add the reserved onions, celery, and carrot to the pot and cook over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, until they are soft and golden brown. That should take you about 10 minutes.

Sprinkle the flour over the vegetables and mix well with the wooden spoon so that the vegetables are coated. Now stir in the reserved strained marinade. Put the chicken back in the pot, along with the bouquet garni. Cook this for about 1 hour and 15 minutes over low heat.

Have a drink. You're almost there ...

While your chicken stews slowly in the pot, cook the bacon lardons in the small sauté pan over medium heat until golden brown. Remove the bacon from the pan and drain it on paper towels, making sure to keep about 1 tablespoon/14 g of fat in the pan. Sauté the mushroom tops in the bacon fat until golden brown. Set them aside.

Now, in the small saucepan, combine the pearl onions, the pinch of sugar, a pinch of salt, and 2 tablespoons/28 g of the butter. Add just enough water to just cover the onions, then cover the pan with the parchment paper trimmed to the same size as your pan. (I suppose you can use foil if you must.) Bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer, and cook until the water has evaporated. Keep a close eye on it. Remove the paper cover and continue to cook until the onions are golden brown. Set the onions aside and add the remaining cup/225 ml of red wine to the hot pan, scraping up all the fond on the bottom of the pot. Season with salt and pepper and reduce over medium-high heat until thick enough to coat the back of the spoon.

Your work is pretty much done here. One more thing and then it's wine and kudos ...

When the chicken is cooked through-meaning tender, the juice from the thigh running clear when pricked-carefully remove from the liquid, cut into quarters, and arrange on the deep serving platter. Strain the cooking liquid (again) into the reduced red wine. Now just add the bacon, mushrooms, and pearl onions, adjust the seasoning with salt and pepper, and swirl in the remaining 2 tablespoons/28 g of butter. Now pour that sauce over the chicken and dazzle your friends with your brilliance. Serve with buttered noodles and a Bourgogne Rouge.

IMPROVISATION

If you are a bold adventurer, and live near a live-poultry market or friendly pork butcher, you might want to play around a bit after doing this recipe a few times. By cutting back on the flour and thickening with fresh pig or chicken blood, you will add a whole new dimension to the dish. Be warned, though: add the blood slowly. It doesn't take much to make the sauce sit up like a rock. (Blood freezes nicely, by the way, so you might consider keeping a stash in small, individual packets. You never know when you'll need it.)


I rest my case.
 
2012-04-03 06:07:16 PM  

PhiloeBedoe: I like Paula Deen despite the deep-fried cone pone accent. Anthony Bourdain looks like a walking STD and I wouldn't eat anything he was in the same room with let alone prepared.


Lol, I have no problem with Bourdain -- his books are pretty good -- but the first time I ever saw him (years ago), my FIRST thought was "that looks like a guy who has at least one STD".
 
2012-04-03 06:09:23 PM  
sanddollaradventures.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-04-03 06:11:00 PM  
I liked Anthony on America's Funniest Home Videos. I didn't realize he could cook too.
 
2012-04-03 06:12:40 PM  

PhiloeBedoe: Anthony Bourdain looks like a walking STD


Found it :)

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It's from when he attacked Rachel Ray for being in those Dunkin Donuts ads.
 
2012-04-03 06:19:01 PM  

Ed Finnerty: I liked Anthony on America's Funniest Home Videos. I didn't realize he could cook too.


www.seattlechoralcompany.org
 
2012-04-03 06:20:20 PM  
TEAM TONY


Paula Deen can keep deep-frying hypocrisy in butter, y'all.
 
2012-04-03 06:31:43 PM  
I bet she was doing shots of melted butter during the interview
 
2012-04-03 06:40:45 PM  
I'm with Bourdain.

fark that fat cow. It's one thing that some people have a hard time controlling their diet (for a variety of reasons; some are good excuses and some are not).

But you host a cooking show famous for the amount of grease and butter you cook with. "I didn't ask for Type 2 Diabetes" is like saying "I didn't ask to piss off Al Sharpton" after killing an unarmed back teenager after the cops told you to back the fark off
 
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2012-04-03 06:49:35 PM  
I did hear he was going to break his leg to sell crutches, which I thought was awful, because people out there with diabetes haven't chosen this.

Yes you did, Paula. Yes you did. And your cooking helped other people to choose it as well. Bourdain was 100% correct when he remarked on your duplicity.
 
2012-04-03 06:51:50 PM  

wee: I did hear he was going to break his leg to sell crutches, which I thought was awful, because people out there with diabetes haven't chosen this.

Yes you did, Paula. Yes you did. And your cooking helped other people to choose it as well. Bourdain was 100% correct when he remarked on your duplicity.


Preach it, mang.
 
2012-04-03 06:53:54 PM  
The woman, like her or not, pulled herself out of poverty and did pretty damn well for herself. Leave her the fark alone.
 
2012-04-03 06:57:45 PM  

TheDumbBlonde: The woman, like her or not, pulled herself out of poverty and did pretty damn well for herself. Leave her the fark alone.


If she's so bootstrappy, she can take criticism. If you can't handle the spotlight, don't seek it.

Also, don't cook everything in butter and then complain that you didn't choose diabetes.
 
2012-04-03 06:59:40 PM  
If given the chance to have sex with Kristen Wiig, I would probably incorporate a stick of butter or two into the mix.
 
2012-04-03 07:08:12 PM  
Why don't you cram a stick of butter up your urethra and see if that improves your insulin production, Paula?
 
2012-04-03 07:10:11 PM  

TheDumbBlonde: The woman, like her or not, pulled herself out of poverty and did pretty damn well for herself. Leave her the fark alone.


Drug dealers can make a tidy amount of money for themselves, and I'm not about to start applauding them.

You'll kindly pardon me if I don't applaud Paula Deen for promoting horribly unhealthy foods (all while hiding her Type 2 diabetes diagnosis for three years) and disclosing her medical condition ONLY when it benefits her - that is, when it comes to representing a drug company that's marketing a diabetes management program.

If you want to cheer on a lack of integrity like that, hey, I won't stop you. Knock yourself out.
 
2012-04-03 07:12:09 PM  

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: TheDumbBlonde: The woman, like her or not, pulled herself out of poverty and did pretty damn well for herself. Leave her the fark alone.

Drug dealers can make a tidy amount of money for themselves, and I'm not about to start applauding them.

You'll kindly pardon me if I don't applaud Paula Deen for promoting horribly unhealthy foods (all while hiding her Type 2 diabetes diagnosis for three years) and disclosing her medical condition ONLY when it benefits her - that is, when it comes to representing a drug company that's marketing a diabetes management program.

If you want to cheer on a lack of integrity like that, hey, I won't stop you. Knock yourself out.


I've never used the Smart button before but....I probably would for this one.
 
2012-04-03 07:15:40 PM  
Team Tony, Paula is phony
 
2012-04-03 07:48:51 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: I've never used the Smart button before but....I probably would for this one.


*tips hat*

Cheers, amigo.
 
2012-04-03 07:51:17 PM  
Diabetic hypocrite or not, this right here:

"The girl who has played me a couple times - Kristin Wiig, who did Bridesmaids - I think she is brilliant. She is the most talented female that's been on Saturday Night Live since Gilda Radner"


makes me want to stab her.
 
2012-04-03 07:53:54 PM  

iamrex: "The girl who has played me a couple times - Kristin Wiig, who did Bridesmaids - I think she is brilliant. She is the most talented female that's been on Saturday Night Live since Gilda Radner"


After she ate all that butter, there's apparently no accounting for taste.
 
2012-04-03 07:55:53 PM  

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: After she ate all that butter, there's apparently no accounting for taste.


hahahaaha!
 
2012-04-03 08:06:05 PM  
I gotta go team Tony too, Paula looks like the Pillsbury Dough Boy in drag. Only if you poked her, with something sharper than a finger, I'm guessing (artificial) vanilla cream would pour out.... WOO HOO indeed.
 
2012-04-03 08:14:22 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: people out there with diabetes haven't chosen this

Don't eat the butter and your pancreas won't stutter.


If she had Type 1, I'd agree with her statement. But she has Type 2, which is the kind that is preventable and is usually not even insulin-dependent.

/boyfriend has Type 1 diabetes
 
2012-04-03 08:39:20 PM  
Number of fat, lazy deadbeat children Anthony Bourdain has forced upon the world: 0
Deen: 2



Advantage: Bourdain
 
2012-04-03 08:39:32 PM  

Ed Finnerty: I liked Anthony on America's Funniest Home Videos. I didn't realize he could cook too.


Thank god! I thought I was the only one!
 
2012-04-03 08:42:57 PM  
24.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-04-03 08:43:50 PM  

sno man: I gotta go team Tony too, Paula looks like the Pillsbury Dough Boy in drag. Only if you poked her, with something sharper than a finger, I'm guessing (artificial) vanilla cream would pour out.... WOO HOO indeed.


i have the weirdest boner right now.
 
2012-04-03 08:47:03 PM  

MaxxLarge: I'm Team Tony on this one, too.

Bourdain is awesome. His food is great, and so are his books. He's whip-smart, world-traveled, fully paid up on his dues and great in front of a camera. He respects people who earn it, takes the piss out of himself when he DOESN'T, and even revises his opinion on some of his contemporaries if if they actually prove that they have heart and skill (e.g., Emeril Legasse).

On the other hand, Deen is just a deep-fried, butter-sucking, (allegedly) racist redneck who's cashing in on a medical diagnosis.

Also...

Here's the recipe for "Paula Deen's English Peas":

Ingredients:
• 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter
• 2 cans (14 1/2-ounces) English peas, drained

Directions:
Melt the butter in small pot and add the peas. Cook over medium heat until peas are warm.


And here's the recipe for Anthony Bourdain's Coq Au Vin:

Another easy dish that looks like it's hard. It's not. In fact, this is the kind of dish you might enjoy spending a leisurely afternoon with. There are plenty of opportunities for breaks. It's durable, delicious, and the perfect illustration of the principles of turning something big and tough and unlovely into something truly wonderful. I know it looks like a lot of ingredients, and that the recipe might be complicated. Just take your time. Knock out your prep one thing at a time, slowly building your mise en place. Listen to some music while you do it. There's an open bottle of wine left from the recipe, so have a glass now and again. Just clean up after yourself as you go, so your kitchen doesn't look like a disaster area when you start the actual cooking. You should, with any luck, reach a Zen-like state of pleasurable calm. And like the very best dishes, coq au vin is one of those that goes on the stove looking, smelling, and tasting pretty nasty, and yet later, through the mysterious, alchemical processes of time and heat, turns into something magical.

Yield : Serves 4
Ingredients:
• 1 bottle (1 liter) plus 1 cup (225 ml) of ...


amen
 
2012-04-03 08:47:29 PM  
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2012-04-03 08:48:46 PM  
I think it's funny that she took that he'd break his own leg. She's denser than this NY style cheesecake topped with chocolate ganache and raspberry.......hey where did that go? The plate is just spinning on my counter and it smells like a deep fryer in here.
 
2012-04-03 08:52:06 PM  
This is why I can't stand Paula Deen:


LICKS FINGERS.
KEEPS COOKING.
 
2012-04-03 08:54:42 PM  
Who eats Coq au Vin everyday?

Really Paula, the same lady who makes bread pudding with Krispy Kreme, glazed donuts? Or who makes Chicken salad with fried chicken? You didn't choose diabetes?
 
2012-04-03 08:55:07 PM  

EyeballKid: Number of fat, lazy deadbeat children Anthony Bourdain has forced upon the world: 0
Deen: 2



Advantage: Bourdain


number of out of the closet children disowned by bourdain: 0
deen: 1

yeah, he's still going strong in most any metric.

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: TheDumbBlonde: The woman, like her or not, pulled herself out of poverty and did pretty damn well for herself. Leave her the fark alone.

Drug dealers can make a tidy amount of money for themselves, and I'm not about to start applauding them.

You'll kindly pardon me if I don't applaud Paula Deen for promoting horribly unhealthy foods (all while hiding her Type 2 diabetes diagnosis for three years) and disclosing her medical condition ONLY when it benefits her - that is, when it comes to representing a drug company that's marketing a diabetes management program.

If you want to cheer on a lack of integrity like that, hey, I won't stop you. Knock yourself out.


you're one of my heros. /tips hat
 
2012-04-03 08:57:43 PM  

theflatline: Who eats Coq au Vin everyday?


Hell if I know. *YOU* ask Vin Diesel.


LeroyBourne: I think it's funny that she took that he'd break his own leg.


Seriously. The point went ridiculously above her head, as would most points, I imagine.

She could read Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal and think, "OMG, NEW RECIPES!"


iamrex: hahahaaha!


buttery_shame_cave: you're one of my heros. /tips hat


*tips hat*

Cheers, folks!
 
2012-04-03 09:02:23 PM  
I bet 35 years ago Paula Dean could suck a golf ball through a garden hose.
 
2012-04-03 09:08:04 PM  

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: theflatline: Who eats Coq au Vin everyday?

Hell if I know. *YOU* ask Vin Diesel.


LeroyBourne: I think it's funny that she took that he'd break his own leg.

Seriously. The point went ridiculously above her head, as would most points, I imagine.

She could read Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal and think, "OMG, NEW RECIPES!"


iamrex: hahahaaha!

buttery_shame_cave: you're one of my heros. /tips hat

*tips hat*

Cheers, folks!


I do eat it about once a month.

My mother is a an excellent cross cultural wizard in the kitchen, and she had the oppurtunity to meet paula dean and cook with her, and her response was "her food is nothing overly complicated, because she puts a couple of sticks of butter in everything"
 
2012-04-03 09:08:37 PM  

Ashtrey: I bet 35 years ago Paula Dean could suck a golf ball through a garden hose.


If it was a butter golfball, yeah.

www.kerrygold.de
 
2012-04-03 09:14:51 PM  

Ashtrey: I bet 35 years ago Paula Dean could suck a golf ball through a garden hose.


Yeah but now she never needs anal lube.
 
2012-04-03 09:15:54 PM  
Stealing this from another Farker:

Paula Deen's Sparkling Mineral Water:

Ingredients

1 Litre Sparkling Mineral Water
1 Ham
 
2012-04-03 09:17:40 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: TheDumbBlonde: The woman, like her or not, pulled herself out of poverty and did pretty damn well for herself. Leave her the fark alone.

If she's so bootstrappy, she can take criticism. If you can't handle the spotlight, don't seek it.

Also, don't cook everything in butter and then complain that you didn't choose diabetes.


Ok while I agree she did choose to be Type 2....you can't become diabetic from butter. Heart disease yes but it takes lots of carbs and sugar to be diabetic type 2.

/type 2 diabetic
//hates Paula Dean for being a stupid cow
 
2012-04-03 09:18:43 PM  
Holy crap, you people actually follow celebrity chefs like sports teams?
 
2012-04-03 09:22:46 PM  
Bourdain's (who?) cruelty toward her condition, her delicious, creamy, buttery, self-inflicted condition.
 
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