• Patrick
    1:21 PM, 24 March 2011

    Hilarious! Thank you for the morning laugh! Can’t wait to see what’s for APF tomorrow.

  • Jess
    2:46 PM, 24 March 2011

    !!! Sounds delicious. Where can I find the recipe? 😉

  • BuckBuck the Nordic Wonderduck
    3:04 PM, 24 March 2011

    Oh no! I can’t stop laughing.

  • Kristen
    4:11 PM, 24 March 2011

    Too funny!! Spelling is important, too. A local Chinese take-out place has “human” on their menu… Maybe they were inspired by Rachael Ray?

  • EmmaJ
    4:13 AM, 25 March 2011

    Poor lady just snapped from all the stress, I suspect. What else could motivate her to turn against her loved ones and use her powers of culinary magic for such sinister evil?

  • Heather Ivester
    1:48 PM, 25 March 2011

    LOL! (not about the grandmother, of course.)
    This is better than Eats Shoots and Leaves. Thanks for giving me a good belly laugh this morning. Much needed. 🙂

    Emma, your comment added to the hilarity!

  • Dan Kulp
    2:37 PM, 25 March 2011

    And they worked so hard for the “Eat, Ray, Love”. This is better than the caution sign “slow children ahead”. Those poor kids, if only they were faster.

  • sally apokedak
    4:26 PM, 26 March 2011

    Very funny.

  • Alassiel
    5:55 PM, 26 March 2011

    It took me a few minutes to get that. Wow.

  • Dan R.
    6:39 PM, 28 March 2011

    Tangent from other Dan’s comment:
    Once, in my younger days, we were giving a friend a ride to summer camp. As we approached our destination we passed one of those “slow children ahead” signs. My friend looked over at me, somewhat offended-ly, and asked “do you think they’re talking about us?”

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