Looks like everyone on the planet except the producers at CBS saw the delicious irony in broadcasting a pre-Super Bowl game segment on childhood obesity, followed by Rachael Ray whipping up a heart-stopping heap of turkey chili dog 7-layer nacho dip.

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Dig in!

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  • CatHerder

    God is an iron.

  • CatHerder

    God is an iron.

  • http://apostrophejones.com/ Gloves Donahue, Jr.

    Delish, maybe.
    But nutrish?

    Hey Rach. New Obama regulations require that all of you on the Food Network wear hairnets, especially that Guy Fieri guy.

    • TheOriginalDonald

      BAM!-Emeril

  • http://apostrophejones.com/ Gloves Donahue, Jr.

    Delish, maybe.
    But nutrish?

    Hey Rach. New Obama regulations require that all of you on the Food Network wear hairnets, especially that Guy Fieri guy.

  • Catchance

    So 30+ ingredients and 3,000+ calories. Of course, Nanny Bloomberg will only allow you to purchase 15 ingredients and eat no more than a spoonful… but still, sounds delicious.

  • Catchance

    So 30+ ingredients and 3,000+ calories. Of course, Nanny Bloomberg will only allow you to purchase 15 ingredients and eat no more than a spoonful… but still, sounds delicious.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brett.mcmicken Brett McMicken

    shoulda got giada!

  • http://www.facebook.com/brett.mcmicken Brett McMicken

    on a side note: do we have to have some sort of activism attached to everything? can’t we just turn on a game, or whatever, and hear commentary on the game without having someone get up on their soapbox about something?

    • Joseph Phillips

      Exactly. It’s so much hype and people whining about something. Eg, let’s wear pink gloves and shoes for a month. Oh, brother.

    • wwbdinct

      Seriously! I’m so freakin TIRED of it….. It’s even creeping into almost the last two cable channels that I watch – HGTV and FoodNetwork.

  • Drew Longview

    I see her show on in our office from time to time and I would be enormous if I lived with her but that food would be worth it.

  • Paula Noakes

    In all fairness to Rachael Ray, she believes in moderation. That means if you eat healthy most of the time, you permit yourself to splurge on game day, or whatever other celebration you choose. She’s also a southern gal by heritage — her father was from New Orleans — and loves southern food. Not trying to sound like a walking Rachael Ray ad, but she has done a lot of good work with children and healthy eating … but splurging IS fun, and face it, everybody does it. Might as well ‘fess up!