Food Porn of the Day

Giada and her cleavage – um – tomatoes

I’ll let this photo from Esquire speak for itself – just a tidbit I wanted to share from my lazy Sunday morning reading.

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  1. C(h)ristine says:

    Oh I don’t know whether to laugh or moan! I guess moan, because this is the sad state of “food tv” these days, and because moaning would satisfy the network who might mistake it for…sexual satisfaction?

  2. Sarah C. says:

    First we have Rachel Rey in the kitchen attempting to bake in a mini apron and bra now we have Giada and her, um, tomatoes! They shoudl show them how they normally cook at home, in their pjs with their hair all screwed up and without makeup…but that wouldnt sell now would it!

  3. Christine, you are so right.
    It doesn’t seem fair that the female chefs on Food Network lure viewers by wearing tight T-shirts, while the men can just say “BAM”!

    All in the name of entertainment.

    Sarah, no not at all!

  4. You saw cleavage..Oops, I mean tomatoes. All I see is teeth!

  5. Oh my god (those were the first words out of my mouth. I am disgusted and embarrassed all at the same time. They should be ashamed (Giada and Esquire, both!)) for exploiting women like that.

  6. Deborah Dowd says:

    I would never have thought of combining melons and tomatoes! Thanks!

  7. Jill, yes, she does have voluptuous teeth.

    Liza, I know! Did you look at the other images?

    Deborah, you’re too funny!

  8. I’m speechless. Well, I… Nope. I’m speechless.

  9. Susan, I know what you mean.

  10. Kristen says:

    Deborah’s comment has me LOL!

    I can’t show my hubby this…he’ll never stop staring, which is just what Food TV wants!

    When I went to her book signing,there were a ton of men there, and I’m sure that it wasn’t to see her tomatoes.

  11. Kristen, I also went to a book signing for Giada (which is funny, because I’ve never did that before or since), and there were lots of men in line.

    Melons sell lots of books!

  12. Well, this is just not surprising, is it? I may have mentioned to you that a friend of mine’s brothers-in-law call Giada’s show “Cooking with Cleavage.” OK, you have a great figure, girl, but save it for the beach.

    Wouldn’t Mrs. Child just turn over in her grave?

  13. ok this is great! My daughter and I watch Giada every day while my 2 year old son takes his nap. well one day we found out that it was also on at 4:30 so my son started watching and now he will hit me on the shoulder saying jada on, joda on. now what makes it funny is ever since he was 8 months old he would go nuts for females with long hair and large tomatoes. he never aks for Bobby Flay.

  14. Well, Ladies, I must agree that it’s blatant exploitation. Remember when FoodTV was really about food? Sara Moulton, anyone, anyone, Bueller?

    But rest easy, no one watches Anne Burrell for her Tomatoes. Or for that matter, Paula Deana, or Kelly’s Essentials, or the whacky G from Montreal. But, maybe no one is watching them anyway

  15. Are you ladies kidding me? This is what you consider “exploiting women”? She was a consenting adult, who agreed to do this for money. Nobody forced her into this, neither does she represent women everywhere.

    I get tired of women being so weak-minded and defense-ready nowadays, always ready to victimize the entirety among women, on behalf of what some small percentage of women do. I think that because women have suffered on some issues, that the modern woman today are TOO ready to victimize them, where they simply are not victims. Everything you don’t agree with, it’s automatically “exploitation.”

    Where is you complaining when some women are out there championing for the “right” (freedom) to walk around the streets of New York City completely topless? How come most of you will show a bit of cleavage when dressed in formal night gowns, because it’s “classy”? How is this any different than the MILLIONS of photos many among you take of yourselves, showing off how well you fit into sexy jeans after weight loss, or showing off yourselves in bikinis on the beach?

    You complain about such things as these kind of feature in magazines, and yet, chances are, MOST of you don cleavage at some point of your lives–you just don’t get paid to have it published. Why do you not consider it a self-exploitation whenever the general among you CHOOSE to do the same thing?

    How come whenever women want to do such, it’s their “sexual liberation” or “right as women” or whatever, but whenever some adult women agree to do it for some men’s magazine, it’s suddenly the trampling of womanhood all across the board?

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