Sunday, June 19, 2011

kitchen shenanigans

Melanie's been in the kitchen for years. I've shared this before:


She's at it again!

8 comments:

Lauri said...

This is so entertaining! Melanie...you need to do a weekly cooking video!!!!! And whoever did the editing is genius.

everyday katie said...

THis was fantastic! My kids loved it. First comment was...is that really her voice? Then it was yeah, but is she really that tall?

We loved it!

LittleMrsWhipple said...

haha! that is awesome! someone needs to give some cooking lessons! lol

Cathy said...

Funny! Hey your kitchen looks great!

Roxanne Hale said...

Shes hilarious! I love both videos so much!! And Lauri, she did all th editing herself! She's amazing.

calizona said...

I'm so glad you posted this. When Rachel showed it to us, we couldn't believe it! There truly is an Empire in the making here. What are you waiting for? INVEST NOW is this little money-maker! $$$ (Paula Dean, meet the new Cooking Queen).

I'll help with the marketing campaign:

It would be good to start with the manually challenged segment of society, you know, all the people who only have one hand? She was so thoughtful to consider their frustration when attempting to beat the batter.

It is absolute genius to follow her lead and market to a theme of "Kitchen Ethics: Honesty is the Best Policy". Now is our day to say it like it is! Thank you, Melanie! Who doesn't eat the batter?! Seriously. Women everywhere - unite and proclaim it for all to hear; We will eat the batter, damn it, and there's nothing you can do about it.

So ~

Am I hired?

calizona said...

I'm so glad you posted this. When Rachel showed it to us, we couldn't believe it! There truly is an Empire in the making here. What are you waiting for? INVEST NOW is this little money-maker! $$$ (Paula Dean, meet the new Cooking Queen).

I'll help with the marketing campaign:

It would be good to start with the manually challenged segment of society, you know, all the people who only have one hand? She was so thoughtful to consider their frustration when attempting to beat the batter.

It is absolute genius to follow her lead and market to a theme of "Kitchen Ethics: Honesty is the Best Policy". Now is our day to say it like it is! Thank you, Melanie! Who doesn't eat the batter?! Seriously. Women everywhere - unite and proclaim it for all to hear; We will eat the batter, damn it, and there's nothing you can do about it.

So ~

Am I hired?

calizona said...

oopsie.

I don't know what happened here. Your "post comment" button is whack.