Wednesday, August 26, 2009


Some people say that hatred is a very strong word that shouldn't be used lightly. Where as I agree with that, I hate a few things in my life. I hate red peppers. Hate them. I think they are gross, especially when roasted. I like green peppers, and yellow ones, even orange ones. But those red ones, they are really awful.

Besides red peppers I hate one other thing like a lot.

Rachel Ray, I HATE YOU.
Sometimes in the afternoon I get lonely in my basement office and go work in front of the food network for some inspirational dinner ideas. But everytime I do, She is on. Look Rachel Ray, the thing about acronymns is that you don't have to explain them everytime you say them. Stop saying "E.V.O.O. thats Extra Virgin Olive Oil". Say one or the other, BUT NOT BOTH. I was given a cook book of hers, before my true hatred started to show through, she will list E.V.O.O. (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) as an ingredient. Wouldn't it just be easier to say OLIVE OIL? Argh, can someone explain to her that this is not appropriate English and it is redundant!

Thank you for listening, this rant is over.


  1. Ewww I hate her too.

  2. She's one of the most annoying people ever.. I don't like her scratchy voice and well, anything else about her.

  3. I HATE her, too! There are so many other little things she says over and over that drive me mad. I can't watch her if she's on either. Blah.

  4. But don't you just love it when she throws salt over her shoulder for good luck? Ya right!

  5. I can't stand her, either. That Giada girl drives me crazy, too!

  6. She really is an obnoxios parasite.