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Jul 11, 2013 09:31 AM

Someone should immediately forward this video to Tuschman as it is clearly the next Food Network Star

Momma Jean's Cranberry Sauce Lasagna

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    1. Seriously.

      American "cuizzine."

      Can you imagine the reaction to that in France? Or italy?

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      1. re: chicgail

        It's not a lot stupider than Rachael's microwave bacon recipe or Paula's English Pea recipe...

        1. re: chicgail

          Do you mean one of those Frenchmen drinking the cola wine?

          1. re: chicgail

            u spelt that wrong: it's "murrican cuizzine"

            and, all kidding aside, I think it's incredibly sad.

            1. It's a combo workout video/cooking lesson!

              And that's not the ONLY lasagna she'll show you how to make:


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              1. re: The Dairy Queen

                I like the way she opens the bag with her teeth -- that's not something you generally see a TV chef doing.

                1. re: The Dairy Queen

                  "It ain't gotta be perfect," she said. Yep. Got that right.

                  1. re: The Dairy Queen

                    Come on now, at least she drained the fat off the hamburger! So what if she'll need a plumber the next day to unclog her pipes.

                    I wonder if you could use cream corn to make it a little gooier and perhaps a little roasted garlic added to the mashed potatoes?

                  2. I had no idea who Momma Jean was..........until I saw the Honey Boo-Boo lead in. Couldn't click that little X box fast enough.

                    1. I SWEAR I thought the puffed cheese balls were going in there some how. you know, to give it that 'real' lasagna flavor.

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                      1. re: justme123

                        I also thought they were going in, but I thought they were carrots -- and I was wondering what she was going to do with such a huge amount.

                        1. re: drongo

                          Lol, I thought they were canned sweet potatoes (went with the cranberry theme, no?), and expected a layer of them too.

                          1. re: DuchessNukem

                            Canned sweet potatoes is a better guess than mine.

                            I can imagine making something pretty good using cranberries and sweet potatoes (at least fresh versions of both... not so confident about canned).

                          2. re: drongo

                            HAHAHA carrots. You think that woman has ever eaten a carrot?