December 12, 2006 at 2:43 AM | Food, TV | 4 Comments

The other day, I was watching Saturday Night Live and there was a joke on the news segment about how some salmon had been tainted with “Chickenella.” I thought it was a lame joke, but one of those ones that are so lame, that it makes you laugh. And then just today, I was watching an episode of House (which I’ve never watched before) and somebody on the show said Chickenella, in a non-joking manner. Something about tainted meat or something. I was like “daaannng, did she just say Chickenella??” After rewinding a few times, I still couldn’t believe it. Was Chickenella real? And if so, how awesome is that? But then, the closed captions revealed that what they were saying was actually Trichinella, which I have to say, was quite disappointing. A) Because closed captions = truth. B) Chickenella sounds delicious. Or something. It’s awesome is what it is.


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  1. just wondering, but how was that anaheim pepper? also, when can you cook for me? I’m starving!

    Comment by Jen — December 12, 2006 #

  2. It actually turned out to be a huge failure, one of the only examples of free-style cooking gone bad! On paper it sounded like a good idea, but what I did was stuffed the peppers with mushrooms and mozzarella and baked them in the oven. But they were waaay too spicy!

    Comment by LloydSkoyd — December 14, 2006 #

  3. man…you didn’t point out who told you that it wasn’t chickenella..and why it couldn’t have been :-)

    anyone out there?

    Comment by Albert — January 24, 2007 #

  4. Thanks Llyod, I just watched that episode of HOUSE and was wondering the same thing til I found your post.

    I wouldn’t have thought to check the captions!

    Comment by Rob L — December 27, 2009 #

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