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New Show Cookbook: Post your favorite recipes!
Topic by: hamano
Posted: November 1, 2003 - 4:04 AM PST
Last Reply: October 6, 2006 - 1:38 PM PDT

author topic: New Show Cookbook: Post your favorite recipes!
hamano
post #1  on November 1, 2003 - 4:04 AM PST  
Joan of Arcadia / Tru Calling

Is there an Emmy for clever titles now?

Joan of Arcadia
Recipe: Put 3 slices of My So Called Life, two slices of The Commish, and one slice of Touched by an Angel on a slice of day-old Joan Osborne Hit spread liberally with butter and mayo. Heat in a 300 degree oven until the topping melts and congeals.

Tru Calling
Recipe: Put a half cup each of Groundhog Day, The Sixth Sense, Front Page (TV 1993), and Run Lola Run in a blender. Blend on HI until the liquid turns a greyish brown.
Cinenaut
post #2  on November 5, 2003 - 4:03 PM PST  
I haven't watched enough of any new show to cook anything.

One Tree Hill -- Put Dawson's Creek and a bunch of other WB shows in a blender and frappé. Pour through a sieve to remove vampires and superheroes.

Where oh where have Pinky and the Brain got to?

NARF!
hamano
post #3  on September 22, 2004 - 10:08 PM PDT  
Veronica Mars

1 teaspoon Smallville (Zoe and Veronica have the same hair!)
3 cups Joan of Arcadia (detective dads, lots of scenes in high school, clever plots)
1 package of Karen Sisko (boy, what happened to THAT show?)
A pinch of Pretty in Pink (poor kids VS. rich kids)

Mix the ingredients and form into a little oval cake. You can eat it or use it to wash your hands and face!
Cinenaut
post #4  on September 23, 2004 - 8:37 AM PDT  
Oh geez, it's been a year already?

Jack and Bobby -- One part West Wing as a light sauce poured over generous portions of Gilmore Girls and Everwood with just a dash of Freaks and Geeks for seasoning.
lifeonscreen
post #5  on September 23, 2004 - 11:12 AM PDT  
Joey

Take a whole range-free "Friends". Remove the Monica, Chandler, Pheobe, Ross, and Rachel. Season liberally with "Bob Patterson", "The Michael Richards Show", and "Watching Ellie". Add a cup of cream of "The Soprano's". While baking at 400 degrees, enjoy a cup of "Listen Up".
hamano
post #6  on September 24, 2004 - 12:22 PM PDT  
LOST

Sprinkle your favorite herbs and spices liberally on a medium sized Gilligan's Island. Stuff this inside the carcass of a Jurassic Park or if one is unavailable, use the carcass of this Thing or that Thing. Rub the carcass with salt and spices, then stuff this inside a hollowed out Survivor: Marquesas. Place in a large covered casserole with the contents of one can of condensed onion soup and some jet fuel. Cook for 13 to 26 hours on low setting in the oven.

Possible Variations:
A) Halfway through cooking, add a package of frozen Alive (Yuck!)
B) Halfway through cooking, add a bottle of The Tempest to the contents of the casserole (that would be cool!).
Cinenaut
post #7  on October 14, 2004 - 9:45 AM PDT  
Desparate Housewives
Take one small Peyton Place and filet. Coat with a mixture of 1/4 cup Malcolm in the Middle, 1/4 cup Sex in the City and 1/4 cup Dallas. Season with a few drops of David Lynch. Bake for 45 minutes in a 350 degree oven or until golden brown.
hamano
post #8  on October 5, 2006 - 6:32 AM PDT  
Dexter

Take 180 pounds of Henry, Portrait of a Serial Killer and chop into 1 inch cubes.
Drain blood and other fluids thoroughly.

When completely dry, season with 26 episodes of My Name is Earl.

Form into a loaf, and sprinkle all over with intelligence and spicy language. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour.

Serve on Showtime. Wrap leftovers in plastic, place in a dozen Hefty bags and deposit in a remote place to prevent discovery.
Cinenaut
post #9  on October 5, 2006 - 10:13 AM PDT  
Heroes -- Take one large X-men movie, debone it and chop it finely. Put it into a blender and puree. Pour over three lbs. coarsely chopped Lost. Sprinkly lightly with some CSI. Bake for 1 hour.
CBenson
post #10  on October 5, 2006 - 11:37 AM PDT  
I'm not feeling terribly clever today, but maybe someone else could think of a way of using turducken in a recipe?

I'll admit that I only posted here because I wanted to use turducken in a sentence.
hamano
post #11  on October 5, 2006 - 1:22 PM PDT  
> On October 5, 2006 - 11:37 AM PDT CBenson wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> I'll admit that I only posted here because I wanted to use turducken in a sentence.

I think the actual turducken discussion was conducted in this thread....
Cinenaut
post #12  on October 5, 2006 - 4:43 PM PDT  
The Class -- Take a British Couples and stuff it inside an American Friends. Season with a soupçon of black humor and slapstick. Voila!


Actually, I'm liking The Class.
SonjaBlue
post #13  on October 5, 2006 - 11:14 PM PDT  
hamano wrote:

> Dexter<

>...Wrap leftovers in plastic, place in a dozen Hefty bags and deposit in a remote place to prevent discovery.<

Sounds like part of my compost recipe for...Blood Sausage.

[*Sigh*] Trying up loose ends is such a pain in the a**...
CBenson
post #14  on October 6, 2006 - 9:52 AM PDT  
> On October 5, 2006 - 1:22 PM PDT hamano wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> > On October 5, 2006 - 11:37 AM PDT CBenson wrote:
> > ---------------------------------
> > I'll admit that I only posted here because I wanted to use turducken in a sentence.
>
> I think the actual turducken discussion was conducted in this thread....
> ---------------------------------


Oh, that's just great - I would miss the turducken discussion. The next thing you are going to tell me is that I missed my chance to use defenestrate in a discussion.

I think your Lost recipe good use a very liberal application of The Prisoner.
hamano
post #15  on October 6, 2006 - 1:38 PM PDT  
> On October 6, 2006 - 9:52 AM PDT CBenson wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> The next thing you are going to tell me is that I missed my chance to use defenestrate in a discussion.

You can go to this thread. And you can still be the first!

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