It's Halloween, and that means Sandra Lee is on the Food Network wearing silly costumes again! Yes lords and ladies, the queenie of the 'tini is in fine fettle, this time dressing up as our favorite queens from Western European history. Actually, I was a little disappointed this year, since she wasn't as silly as the last few years. Anyone remember this?
I also have to admit: her food wasn't that goofy this year, either. No more chocolate blobs shaped like "scarabs" with pretzel "legs" sticking out from all sides. In fact, I dare say it looked edible.
But it was still pretty goofy. Forsooth:
Beheaded at such a young age - just for pilfering Henry VIII's apple-ham balls. What a pity.
It's Ren-Fest Sandra Lee! Here Our Grace giveth a nod to Vlad Tepes with her steaks on a stick. Medoubts that Guinevere would have ever seeneth a canteloupe 'afore. Especially one with a ramekin jamméd into it.
Oh Annie, Dreamboat Annie! Little shipofdreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeams!
Doesn't advertizing your Christmas album on basic cable usually mean the successful part of your singing career is over? Just sayin'...
Next in her "Beheaded Queens of Europe" collection: teen queen Marie Antoinette. Yes, she made the "Let them eat pumpkin brioche trifle" joke. Hah hah. 'Tis to laugh.
Actually, it doesn't look that good.
Seriously though, when she said she was coming out as one of the most fabulous queens of all, I really was picturing something more along these lines:
Work it, girl.
Nyah nyahnee boo boo, it's my-y killer rose-tini, and you di'in't get none.
Really, steak on a stick impaled in half a canteloupe doesn't look any less ugly when it's nestled amidst the ultimate "Regal Tablescape"
Oh, My. God.
Gee, skulls and crossbones always make me think of Queen Elizabeth I!
This has been another ripping installment of the "Sandra Lee Makes a Fool Out of Herself for Halloween by Dressing Up and Cooking in Silly Costumes" show. Stay tuned for 2009, when she comes out dressed like a banana!
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