Let's begin with the squish-man. This is squishy guy Emeril's version of a Reuben. And I Gotta give credit where credit is due, I have got to hand it to squishy johnson man.. this is darned good! Squishy Johnson man really has it going on in the kitchen. I have many recipes of his that I use over and over again. And that's where it ends for me. No thoughts, no fantasies, no writhing at night in bed to him, nope, nunna that. He just doesn't do it for me. Not one spark.
Have you ever seen him pull out that extremely huge pepper mill? Why do you think he does that?
Do you think it is the same reason he wears his hat this... tall and long? Overcompensation, perhaps? Do you think it makes him feel like he's more studly? Don't know about you but there's not a thing he can do to get me aflame. God, Not even when he grips that gorgeous immersion blender as it vibrates. Nope, notta thing. Seriously, imagine George Clooney holding an immersion blender in a pot of soup, imagine him taking that immersion blender and twirling it in the soup, foresee him lifting the immersion blender out of the soup as its shaking ever so slightly, and holding it looking at you. Yeah, you will react, oh yes you will. You will have the twinge down yonder. Why, because George is twinge causing. Yep he is.
I am sooo on to Food Network and Fine Living Network. They always have the male chefs covered from the waist down. Or they just shoot the camera angle from waist up..I know why. I do. They don't want us looking for lumpage. We all look for lumpage the same way we all wonder about the Johnson. Lumpage equates bulges, which equates need and want.
George in picture number 4 is so nicely showing us the length of his johnson, he's not shy, he's not ashamed, he is just eye candy, baby. Like a lollipop.. Wonder how many licks it takes...Want to find out?
Therefore, since its FOOD TV, and we are supposed to be thinking of food, they take away any window of opportunity for sexual thought. But like I said, I'm onto them. I know what they're doing. They want us to focus on food only, not lumpage, not twinges, just food. It's just not natural, but oh well, whatever! There's no controlling my mind.
OK, onto squishy johnson mans reuben! Original recipe can be found here.
Lets begin by making our Russian Dressing. This is a cinch to make and so much more delicious than the bottled. Please make your own. It makes a difference. Gather up your ingredients.
Preheat your oven to 350..place your corned beef in a shallow baking pan and drizzle with a little water. Cover with aluminum foil and heat through, bout 20 minutes or so. Gather the rest of your ingredients.
Slightly Adapted Vegetable Soup, from Joy of Cooking. It is healthy, tasty, and a breeze to make. Heat some oil or butter-- guess which I chose-- in a large saucepan. Add your carrots, onions, celery.
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