It’s just a little too easy to make fun of Rachael Ray. Now she’s sponsoring her own line of dog food, called Nutrish. I mean, how can you not wrinkle your nose at that, while simultaneously feeling bad about the wrinkle? She’s just so darned perky! Nutrish!
So it’s good that the satire artist who goes by the name 14 has expanded the territory here. On her blog Gallery of the Absurd, 14 imagines possible dog food products other celeb chefs might offer, and the result is pretty entertaining. There’s A Taste of Tuscany for Dogs from Mario Batali, composed of “Maccheroni alla Chitarra with Warmed Tripe and Crushed Squab in Wild Chive Foam and Fennel Dusted Sweetbreads.” Or perhaps your puppy would prefer Paula Deen’s Varmint Vittles—“Dog Food Just Like Mama Used to Make”? More active dogs will probably wolf down Gordon Ramsay’s Hell Hound. It’s “100% F*cking Organic,” made of “Filet of John Dory with Creme Fraiche & Caviar.”
Don’t just take my word for it, though—click on the link. It’s the artwork that makes this humor worth barking about.