Oh what the hell? I've posted it often enough but you just can't watch this train wreck enough, can you? Imagine what she would do for Boxing Day? Get a cake, put it in a box!
Erm, okay that's probably a bit more appetizing than this total affront to Kwanzaa. But as Rockyhorrorsue's video deftly pointed out, there are three different types of corn syrup in the cake. And corn, unlike cinnamon flavored store-bought frosting, is indeed a part of Kwanzaa. As the Smithsonian points out on their Kwanzaa educators' page, corn (muhindi in Swahili) represent children, and the stalks represent their parents. None of this has anything to do with corn nuts, as Dr. Maulana Ron Karenga, the founder of the Kwanzaa celebration, would readily note. Kwanzaa is meant to celebrate the agricultural principles that also help build communities, strong enough even to withstand an angel food cake cut in half, that some idiot covered with store-bought icing, filled with apple pie filling and dumped a whole bunch of corn nuts on top of.
I really have to stop writing about Sandra Lee. She's just too easy a target.