I felt a little frisson of delighted disbelief. Food show? Moi? Could my kitchen dabblings have caught someone's attention?
Then I read on:
Essentially, we are looking for the worst cooks in America; people who have a great desire to learn but just can't seem to get it right. ... (W)e want to meet them and transform them into culinary superstars! This is an exciting opportunity for the worst kitchen offenders to train to cook like a professional!Cue the loser sound effect: "Wahn-wahn-
I felt like I'd just won a goat on "Let's Make a Deal."
And we all know I like goats, but I'd rather have the new car.
Maybe I'm not as good a cook as I thought.
Then today I got another bit of PR spam, titled: "Hey Kitt. Go green for the planet and for your pallet!"
They want me to shill their raw-food product in return for a cut of the proceeds.
I suggest they learn the difference between "pallet" and "palate" first.