[Sca-cooks] Shop Green, but add butter???

Susan Fox selene at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 6 08:28:29 PDT 2008

What's not to like about animal fats?  Lard is produced by unskilled 
labor, nobody teaches a pig how to be fat. Guaranteed trans-fat free, 
can be produced by low-tech methods and tastier than any substitute.   
Pork Fat Still Rules!

I could use some silly in my life.  Worldcon starts today, Pennsic is 
still going on, I'm not at either one because I bought a house instead.  
Sigh.  It sucks to be a grown up, sometimes.


Johnna Holloway wrote:
> We can't end silly season without a mention of
> someone like Emeril, can we???
> So here goes--
> http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/04/arts/television/04watc.html?em
> "An alien has invaded Planet Green.
> In a wispy utopia of bamboo cotton, home wind turbines and vegan 
> celebrities, there is one kitchen voluptuary who seems intent on 
> subverting this environmental cable channel’s less-is-more ethos.
> Emeril Lagasse 
> <http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/l/emeril_lagasse/index.html?inline=nyt-per> 
> cannot put away the butter. Or the cream, crème fraîche, white flour, 
> olive oil, fried batters, béchamel, roux, mayonnaise and fatty beef. 
> “Emeril Green” on Planet Green, a new offering by the Discovery 
> Networks, is supposed to promote easy, healthy ways to prepare 
> nutritious, eco-friendly dishes. As he strolls the aisles of a Whole 
> Foods Market, Mr. Lagasse mainly points out organic foods while waving 
> a green felt-tip pen."
> http://planetgreen.discovery.com/
> Food is here http://planetgreen.discovery.com/food-health/
> Johnnae
> ___________

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