Are you ready for this judgemental condescension? Oh the fun. Here ya go.Letter reads:
I was truly shocked at your filthy mouth representing Woman's Day magazine recipes. Maybe everyone you know talks like this, but the suggestive potty type humor was not appealing to me. Sincerely from a person who hopes you clean up an otherwise wonderful space, then she signed her name, address and phone number.
OK I agree that one particular Woman's Day post was a bit lewd ( the one where I put giving a BJ to the tune of Hokey Pokey, see here), still if ya have nothing nice to say, say nothing at all, that's what my daddy always told me..
OK, my soapbox moment..It amazes me that people give a crap what I say. I am so NOT a foodie, I don't think anyone really learns anything from me, I just really love to cook and bake simple girl next door type food. I do not claim to be a cuisine genius. I just enjoy recipes, and reading about them. I love to EAT both food and cOck, ummm...that would be FFH's cock. I like to speak of sex, men, and the like, it goes along hand in hand with eating. 2 of the things that make life go on, without food, without sex, there is no life. Here is my response letter.
Dear Sweet Bitch, First off my mouth is never ever filthy, you see, I swallow, honey sweetheart. Are you are one of those who only do the bj thing to get the ole ring on your finger, then you kinda shrivel? You must also be one of those who has an overgrown broccoli patch in the V area? Insult me as you will but DO NOT, NO NO DO NOT insult everyone I know. How absurdly ignorant and nasty on your part. BTW, Woman's Day magazine has some interesting sexual articles, you idiot, see here, here, or here. Granted I may be a bit more passively vulgar, however it's all in fun. Is FUN in your Webster's dictionary? Try playing with yourself to work out whatever frustration is causing you to try to ruin someone's day. Didn't ask for your opinion, don't want it and I certainly don't care what ya think. But thank you for the blog content material. I love good hate mail. Gets me horny. Sincerely.. Donna, My Tasty Treasures. P.S. How do you breathe all the way up there on your high horse?
I must tell you about this fantastic dish I just made from Family Circle Magazine, and Mixing Bowl.com. Unstuffed Cabbage. It was delicious. Simple, a perfect weeknight meal. It is DEFINITELY a keeper. I only adapted it slightly. Have these ready.All ya gotta do is brown your ground beef ( I used 2 pounds, not one, and I used 85%), drain the fat, stir in your sliced onion, cook a bit, then stir in the garlic. Add your tomatoes, both stewed and paste, break up those delish tomatoes with a potato masher. Stir in the water, parsley, oregano, sugar, salt, and black pepper. I used much more pepper than called for. Simmer for 5. Now add half of your shredded cabbage, about 4 cups, cover and cook for 5 minutes. Add the other half, and simmer covered for 90 minutes. I did 2 hours. Stir occasionally. I know its not much to look at, but I wholeheartedly recommend this if you are a cabbage fan. Wonderful quick, satisfying meal. I just served it up with some mashed potatoes, and that was that! For dessert that night we had a chocolate craving, but I wanted something easy, hence The Easiest Brownies in the World, found here at My Kitchen Cafe. One pot brownies that were fantastic. I've made many, but these will be my go to from now on. How simple. These were also declared a favorite of all the brownies Ive made by the firefighters as well. All you need are these..Begin by melting your chocolate chips with your butter, I chose milk chocolate chips, but feel free to choose any kind u like. Then in the same pot, just blend in sugar and vanilla, then the eggs, 1 at a time. Then just stir in the flour, and salt. Beat till the air bubbles disappear. I didn't, too impatient. Pour into greased 9x13 pan. Bake at 350 for 20 then 325 for 10. SO Worth a try if you don't have a go to brownie yet. AND you cant go wrong with a one pan deal, or a recipe from Melanie! Crisp on top, gooey, fudgy centers, love love them! I want to thank Faith of Thought 4 Food for this award!