Monday, October 27, 2014

Kris Jenner’s cookbook savaged: ‘Eat the book itself, it will taste better’


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ACCORDING to some very unsatisfied customers, Kris Jenner’s new cookbook is a kitchen nightmare. 

The reality TV star recently released In the Kitchen with Kris: A Kollection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favourites but customers have since savaged the book on Amazon for it’s “garbage” recipes and expensive table setting advice.

Here are some the harshest reviews:

- “Eat the book itself, it will taste better than the recipes within.”

Stick to TV Kris.
Stick to TV Kris.
 
- “Jenner, do you realise that maybe two per cent of folks in this country can afford your Hermes dinner settings (around $500.00 per place setting). A setting for 8 would be $8,000.00.”

Customers who bought the book think Kris should stick to reality TV.
Customers who bought the book think Kris should stick to reality TV. Source: Splash News Australia
 
- “These recipes in here are bland and tasteless, I made the macaroni and cheese and you would think with all the different varieties of cheese used it would be flavourful but instead I got a very expensive unedible mass of oily noodles.”

- “Just embarrassingly awful. Even the cover photo looks like she had to be shown where the kitchen was in her house. Write what you know, sweetie, like instagramming selfies and pimping out your soulless children.”
- “And the award for the worst cookbook in existence goes to ...”

- “Absolute trash. I’d rather eat McDonald’s every single day for dinner then one of Jenner’s pretentious recipes.”

- “I would rather read a cookbook written by ISIS.”

Ouch.

news.com.au 27 Oct 2014

This is apparently news.

More like (useless) information that belongs at the bottom of a trash tabloid publication.

This is how the masses are distracted from the 'real' news.

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