Monday, November 15, 2010

November 15, 2010

Today on
Cooking With Jack


Here's a really easy recipe that even the tall guy can make!

• (1) Rope, preferably with big knots

Set your oven to 400000 degrees. Call your insurance company because you probably just burned down your house.

Send the tall guy to the grocery store. If he goes to the one close to your house, remind him to get some of that turkey that you like to eat.

Have him buy a rope. They are in the aisle with all the other puppy stuff. If they are on sale, have him get a couple of them in case you have friends come by.

When he comes back home, look at him until he takes the rope out of the bag. Make him give you the rope.

And there you have it. A delicious recipe for rope.

Serves 1.

Until you chew it apart. Then it will serve 2.

Until the tall guy says you've chewed it to pieces and then throws it in the trash can.

Then it will serve none.

(And just in case you're wondering, the hat I'm wearing in the first picture is called a TOQUE. I've been watching too much Food Network!)


  1. That is a furry nice tokhwe on woo!

    PeeEssWoo: Don't furget this one:

  2. Rope for breakfast lunch and dinner Jack? Does it come with a tasty turkey broth or some cookies?!

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose

  3. Hi Jack,

    You sometimes come to us and cook us a fine meal. You look so good :-)

    Luna and Betty

    Hallo Jack,

    kommst Du auch mal zu uns und kochst uns ein feines Essen. Siehst Du gut aus :-)

    Liebe Grüße
    Betty und Luna

  4. For a moment I thought it was Mr. Bobby Flay in that furst foto!

    Sounds like a recipe worthy of da Iron Chef! Yummmmm


  5. Morning Chef Jack...that has quite a nice ring to it. I had mom copy your recipe. I think I'll try it on one of my cat nip toys. I'm thinking the heat will bring out the lovely essence of nip.
    Happy Monday,
    Madi and Mom

  6. Chef Jack,
    Dat recipe sounds great!

    Mom watches dose cookin' shows on da Food Network would think dat it would helps her in da kitchen...NOT!

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

  7. Has the Food Network called yet!!??

    Enjoy...Max & Mia...misskitty, too

  8. We think you been togue'in on somethin all right!!!

    Bobo and Meja

  9. So when are you getting your own Food Network show?

  10. I like rope as a main dish also....however, mine must be more jerky like because I can hardly get it apart....

  11. Thanks for the recipe, Jack! Sounds yummy!

    Thor x

  12. That recipe works on stuffed animals too! Really. Augie and Ti have tried it once or twice or a million times.

  13. No thanks Jack - I threw up all over the house yesterday because of something I must have picked up outside. I don't think rope would go down any better, but thanks for the suggestion.
    Pee.S. - A simple "A" or "B" would have sufficed:) Can I clear anything up for you?

  14. Note to self: Jack likes rope.

    Uh...why? Um, no reason.

    Wiggles & Wags,

  15. SOunds like a great reciepe and the best thing can Have it whenever you darn well please!! Maybe you need a HIWYDWP button!! BOL


  16. Dear Chef Jacques: this post is a good example of why it's always useful to have a lady help you in the kitchen. Turkey is food. Rope is entertainment, even - especially - when it's being chewed into pieces that are not swallowed for nourishment. Abby adds that qualifier because Jed is perfectly capable of swallowing rope, along with any metal and wood he can get in his mouth. Abby is of the belief that male chefs just wear the toque and stamp around the kitchen yelling, while the lady sous-chefs do all the actual work. You do, however, have excellent taste in ropes. Have you considered a career in entertainment? Your recent "dream" adventure shows real promise. If Randolph the black lab can write books, we don't see why a yellow lab couldn't write just as well. Maybe a nice screenplay? And if you need an agent, look no further, good buddy :) And a manager.... A measley 10% - each - is standard, we think.

    Jed & Abby

  17. I bet you cook better than I, Jack! Have you ever tried Easy Crockpot Lasagna?


  18. Thanks for the recipe, Jack!
    Kisses and hugs

  19. We like our rope after it has fermented outside in the mud for awhile. Gives it a nice earthy a fine Pinot Nior!

    Wyatt and Stanzie