It’s misogyny time! We’ve got one victory in the abortion-rights fight (but more bad news), a fantastic Twitter hashtag in response to a horrible “motivational” speaker, Fox News idiocy, and the best Beastie Boys cover ever! Read More This Week in Misogyny Loves Girls
The Recipe Project: A Delectable Extravaganza of Food and Music lands firmly in the “Ridiculous-but-Awesome” corner of my mental filing system. It’s nestled between Party People Chopsticks and Timberbrit, an opera “that imagines Spears’ last concert, in the final hours of her life. Timberlake returns after a long absence to win back Spears’ love, but in the end she chooses the audience’s love above all else.” In this crossroads of silliness and seriousness, what exactly is The Recipe Project then?
How many talk show hosts do you need to have a successful daytime program?
I ask this because I’m watching The Chew, a new show airing on ABC that features five chefs/lifestyle experts sharing tips on everything from how to make lasagna to setting the perfect table. The hosts are celebrity chefs Mario Batali and Michael Symon, Top Chef fan favorite Carla Hall, What Not to Wear’s Clinton Kelly, and Dr. Oz’s daughter and healthy living expert Daphne Oz. Read More “The Chew” Doesn’t Make Me Want to Spit It Out