Dark_Calvert (dark_calvert) wrote in 666darkmore,

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My grandmother has been distributing Jeffrey Comb's soup recipe to her coworkers (found here: jeffreycombs.blogspot.com/2009/01/combs-culinary-cuisine.html) because she liked it so much.

I checked myself out of school around 9:00 because the rest of my class went on a field trip and I didn't want to go. Besides, I needed to catch up on my English reading.

So, while I was helping my grandmother shelve books (she's a librarian, and I love doing that), I found this medical book. It has a cover that would be very appealing to you guys. I'll put up a pic of the cover as soon as I can. I think it's pretty friggin' awesome, but I don't know about you guys.

And here's what I've been talking about : http://i461.photobucket.com/albums/qq334/Dark_Calvert/re-agent-1.jpg. LOL.
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Jeff needs his own cooking show now! I'm glad everyone's enjoying the recipe so much! :)
I'm never going to be able to see a picture of A-Rod (or Barry Bonds, Jose Canseco, etc.) without imagining they've been re-animated. XD

Someone needs to let Jeff know his soup recipe is now officially grandmother-tested and approved. And I would so watch a cooking show if he did one. (Maybe he'd have better luck than Christopher Walken did with trying to get such a show produced and aired.)
Christopher Walken wanted a cooking show O_o?
prairiecat gave you some good background. If I remember right, I think the show kept getting shot down because the channels didn't want it to have a specific run length - I think they wanted the right to keep it going instead of limiting it to a few episodes.

If you're curious to see what such a show might be like, even without all the crazy extras Chris described in the Observer article, check out Split Screen and Man Makes Chicken With Pears.

See, now we just have to get someone with a video camera to video Jeff making his soup, and he too can be a celebrity chef with his own mini-shows.
*dies laughing at the photo* Green stuff for the win!

And yes, Christopher Walken did in fact have an idea for a cooking show:
"I almost did a cooking show. I went to Bravo and MTV and the Comedy Channel. I had meetings with these people and I was going to do this show. It was either 10 or 12 segments. I can't remember. I was going to have some sort of kitchen set-up. I wanted it to be a little like Pee-Wee's Playhouse. I love that show. And I'd have maybe a showgirl, you know, with a little thing on, chopping my vegetables. Maybe some musicians. And an audience. Some people to talk to."

That comes from this article here: http://www.observer.com/node/43374
Hah, cool XD