Paula Deen, Anthony Bourdain Feud

August 20, 2011 by Post Team 

Paula Deen, Anthony Bourdain FeudPaula Deen, Anthony Bourdain Feud, I apologize in advance that this post will not have a video of Deen and the fight to the death Bourdain in Cuba in big ass butter. No, what happened was that Paula Deen Anthony Bourdain called “the worst, most dangerous person in America … and besides, the food is horrible” in an interview to TV Guide.

The star of No Reservations also criticized fellow Food Network chefs Deen Rachael Ray (“not even cook anymore?”), Sandra Lee (“I do not like her work on this planet, but is not someone to be fired, clearly. “) and Guy Fieri (” I’m the Guy and I believe Jesus, I’m glad it’s not me “).

First, we can simply enjoy a second “I do not like her work on this planet?” Thank you. Seriously, who knows how many other galaxies Sandra Lee are “bots out right now.

Deen has fired back with a viscous flow of cholesterol and words! Her beef with Bourdain? It is moody and not charity enough. “My good friends Rachael, Guy and Sandra are the most generous charitable I know,” Deen told Page Six today. “They give so much of your time and money to help the private meal, the children sick and abandoned animals. I have no idea what Anthony has done to contribute in addition to being irritable.”

Deen went on to explain how the world works “,” You know, not everyone can afford to pay and 58 ribs or 650 and a bottle of wine, “he said.” My friends and I prepared for normal families who care about feeding their children and pay the bills. ”

Whatever, you. It is not about who the better person. We’re talking apples to oranges here, or sour grapes and 650 in front of a bottle of wine. Can you please just put a cream cheese cake filling with pepper steak across the face of the other and then casually up? Or at least resolve the dispute in the camera … Iron Chef cooking in America. I will judge. Now go.

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