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Vegetarian & Vegan

Holiday - Let's Kill Something! (The Kitchen Stinks)

Fredginger | May 26, 201808:23 AM     19

It's Memorial Day weekend, so we are encouraged to gorge on meat or other dead things. I was watching The Kitchen (for the last time) and not only is everyone preparing a dead animal, they are making the dishes so large that no one can possibly eat them. Double burgers -- isn't there an obesity problem in the world? Why are they doing this? I figure that shows that are in trouble go big as a last resort -- shock value.

Speaking of The Kitchen, Sunny was quiet for one show when they obviously sat her down. Now she is shouting even more -- and louder. And as she becomes more comfortable and cocky, her manner of pushing things and using her hands for everything is just gross. Who would watch such stuff?

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