Jul 10, 2009

The Best Thing I Ever Saw.

Last Saturday morning The AG and I found ourselves in bed....ooh la la....with the Food Network on. That's a little unusual for us, I will admit. Most Saturday mornings find us eating food (usually at Cracker Barrel, for I appreciate their bacon) - not just drooling over it. But for some reason on this day we decided to stay under the covers and watch Paula, Aida, and Tyler. Sweet, sweet Tyler.


I almost wrote that we decided to stay under the covers with Paula, Aida and Tyler. Which would have sounded weird and just plain wrong.


So I tell The AG that I recorded a new show on the Food Network but I had yet to watch it and so we pushed play on our DVR and said, "yes, children, you may go play out in the street, that is fine," plumped our pillows and settled in.


Yet within moments we were sitting upright in bed. Eyes wide open. Mouths agape. And he had me Googling these recipes just as fast as my chubby little fingers would go.


My lovelies, allow me to introduce to you the show that could end my life 10 to 12 years sooner than it normally would. The show that probably shouldn't be allowed on television before 10PM at night for fear that children might wander into the room. And the only show on the Food Network that has ever caused my husband to turn to me and say, "Take me now or make me gravy."


Oh, yeah. It's that good.


The show, that is.






And that's all I'll say about that. (Except to say I did make him gravy.)



6 comments:

nancy said...

Oh yeah. Mmmmmm....that marshmallow milkshake. My sister told me that the Best Thing I Ever Ate (with bacon) showed donuts in San Francisco with bacon and chopped apples in the dough, then the finished piece of heaven is dipped in a gooey maple frosting (to paraphrase Martin Luther, "If there ain't maple donuts in heaven, I don't want to go there.").
Dear Heavenly Father, please have these waiting at my mansion for me!
(P.S. I love your blog. You are very funny.)

Melissa said...
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Melissa said...

As if Diners, Drive Ins and Dives wasn't bad enough for my LDL and HDL....

I can.not. wait. to watch this...I love you sincerely, I do.

nancy said...

Love that show! I truly can eat vicariously and I can even be satisfied by imagining that I'm eating something. Wish I could patent this little thing I have going for me because I could makes Big Bucks.
Except every once in a while a girl's gotta eat a cupcake or three.

Lynda said...

Ooooh - gonna have to watch this!

Suzy said...

I was just GIDDY watching the episode about pizza. And nearly delirious with joy while watching the dessert episode. MMMMMMMMMMM!!! God IS good.