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    Chocolatl
    Sun Jun 24, 2012 1:53 pm
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    DEEP wrote:
    As annoying as Ramsey can be, I still find him entertaining. Wish the same could be said for Emril Lagasse....talk about annoying, maddening, and commercial. I will not even buy products from companies who have lent their name to this $$$$$ crazed insult to cookery. "Iron clad" take heed. Though I doubt my few dollars will make any difference. icon_smile.gif Emril is still one of the most annoying persons alive!


    I like watching Ramsay, but I stopped liking Emeril in 2000, when CBS put him in a sitcom. That pretty much turned him into a joke.
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