With all the accusations of bias and sloppy war reporting, the New York Times doesn't get enough credit for being the weirdest newspaper in America.

Reviewer Ned Martel on the PBS cooking show Everyday Food:

[Co-host Allie Lewis] demonstrates a forced beginner's pluck, and she reveals a brittleness when she's trying to be soft. When musing over her al dente sautéed snap peas and radishes, she takes a moment to mock her mom's lifelong preference for canned vegetables: "In fact, my mother would probably consider this raw." She later disses her dad's delusions of grandeur as a green thumb, and confesses her struggles to wean herself from butter, a predilection that was hard won at the Cordon Bleu in Paris. (La pauvre!)


Who cares? She's hot...

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