Who's Giada? And Where's The Food?!
My mommy loves to cook (which is awesome -- especially when she let's me be her taster). Today Mommy spent a lot of time watching something called The Food Network. It all started with some lady named Giada, who Mommy told me was in Italy. I loved watching her cook, because she's so pretty. But -- I couldn't smell anything. It was so strange. And then a woman named the Barefoot Contessa came on and she made a whole bunch of different dishes. Mommy says that she LOVES her guacamole (If there's fish in it I'll eat it). And then someone came on TV called The Pioneer Woman -- and then Mommy left me to go to the market. She came back with bags of stuff and she made the green stuff called guacamole (no fish so I wasn't interested). And then she took out a silver shaker and made something called a margarita. I don't know what that is, but she seemed happier after she made it. Tonight she told me that she's making a taco quesadilla. I hope I like that cause the green stuff called guacamole kind of freaked me out. Anyway -- The Food Network is for sure better than that other channel Mommy watchescalled CNN. There's always people on there who seem kind of angry. I don't understand why they are so angry. Mommy tells me that we are living in an unusual time in our history. She seems kind of worried about things. I don't really get it. What's there to be worried about if you have food and toys? I'm glad Mommy has friends to cheer her up (besides me). Last week Auntie Gloria and Uncle Alex D. came over. I liked Uncle Alex D. because he wore a hat. I really wanted to play with his hat, but he didn't take it off of his head. Next time I'll have to knock it off when he's not looking -- just like I try to take off Mommy's ponytail holders.