Jan 18th 2011 8:05PM Great-now I have to quit buying this great product so the advertisers don't think I bought because of her! No respect for this woman at all.
Jan 18th 2011 8:05AM Odds are that the idea of vending machines in schools came from some big company like Coca-Cola or Pepsi. I was shocked the first time I saw a vending machine in our son's school. Mostly pop/soda, no juice and a single row of water.
Nov 28th 2010 3:07PM I agree with the poster who said they can't stand Alton Brown's vocal inflections. I no longer watch Good Eats or Iron Chef America simply because I can't listen to any more "um's, uh's" and big gasps of breath. I have asthma and chronic bronchitis and I breathe less loudly than he does! Then there was the show telling us all how he lost all the weight he needed to-and so can you if you eat exactly the way he did. Watched the Ann(e) Burrell clip and honestly, I can't watch her at all. She's simply annoying. Used to love Paula Deen until I really paid attention to her voice-nasal. Most of us southern gals have some sort of drawl or twang but I think she has taken it over the top-even her "y'all" sounds more like yaw or yow to me nowadays. Enough!
Kudos to Sandra Lee-she really has come a long way. My only regret is that every one of her shows feature a mixed drink of some sort that is a "must" for that meal. Lots of us don't drink but keep on showing us those shortcuts.
Dump all the reality shows! I have enough reality in my own life. Same goes for HGTV-used to be great to watch.
Nov 19th 2010 11:13AM I was going to agree with BTDT- I also feel that doing those "themed" episodes on ANY show is "jumping the shark". Have they run out of fresh ideas? Too bad because this is a really fun show to watch. I hate theme shows. Been there, done that for as long as tv has been around.
Also, totally agree with jolly. Enough with Martha anything!
Nov 8th 2010 9:21PM What's really sad is that the majority of comments now come from people selling a site or product instead of people who read the articles.
Oct 24th 2010 10:36PM Yes, we "short" ladies can always get them hemmed but that sure doesn't bring up the crotch dragging to our knees because they are made for someone say...5'9"
Oct 6th 2010 5:47PM Along with other comments, besides not having a problem with cracking eggs, I am trying to understand why the author would "spend the next 10 minutes chasing the pieces with a spoon". I was taught many, many years ago that if you get a piece of shell in there to use another larger piece of the egg shell to scoop it out-easy peasy. Takes about 3 seconds and the shells stick together. I can see someone with a severe disability such as arthritis of the hands being in need of this, otherwise, just practice!
Oct 6th 2010 5:42PM Took our first-and last-Carnival cruise last summer. Although my hubby says he had an ok time, I was miserable from the beginning to end. At least half the elevators didn't work half the time, the crowd was horrible on the ship-buffet lines endless for food that was picked over and looked awful by the time we got to it, the tiniest pool I've ever seen in a vacation situation, rude coordinator, rude dining reservation personnel. Really subpar shows. The best part of it all was the excellent dining and service we had...so I guess now that will be an extra fee. Well, they didn't need our money anyway.
Oct 5th 2010 11:27AM This does not do us "curvy" women any favors. I am fat-FAT- but I have been told I am beautiful by people I don't even know because I know how to dress myself in a way to de-emphasize my weight and I put on make up in a classy style, not over the top. Not to mention finding a hair cut that frames but doesn't accentuate my round face. These pictures just make me feel very badly for her and the rest of us who do battle daily with obesity.
Oct 5th 2010 11:23AM I agree completely, Courtney. The first thing I thought when I saw the pics was "poor girl" because the hair is wrong, the outfits are wrong and all they emphasize is her size, not her beauty.