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October 19, 2011

LOL! Kate's Monday recipes was 'borrowed' from a Tortilla package

In her blog, this so called "mom of the year" who supposedly wrote a cook book that was never published in the States due to it being a book filled with stolen recipes found on the internet, somehow was confuse and didn't know the difference between Fajitas and Enchilada.

Or, maybe Kate purposely renamed it a "Fajihta" so that no one would be able to see that she ripped this Enchilada recipe from a package of flour tortilla.

Kate Gosselin's Fajitas

October 17, 2011 12:39 PM EDT (Updated: October 17, 2011 12:40 PM EDT)
Who is going to criticize a busy mom for using recipes found on soup can labels and packages of tortillas? Not I, I’ve used them myself as I’m sure we all have. But to change the name of a tried and true favorite and foist it on the public as their own deserves a comment or two.  So Kate, listen up!

In your recent Monday Menu blog entry, you’ve taken a well known chicken enchilada recipe that can be found on a package of flour tortillas, changed the name to chicken fajitas and have called it your “creation.”  Just as you cannot make a silk purse from a sow’s ear you cannot make a fajita from an enchilada.  “No puede ser hecho.”  I wonder if in her travels Kate has not had the pleasure of dining at a Mexican restaurant and been educated on the difference between the two.  Far be it from me to try.  In the Gosselin household an enchilada is a fajita “and that’s never going to change” or something like that.  However, if Kate is going to write that cookbook she’s promising her fans, she has a lot to learn.  While her fans may tweet her high fives on her creamy, cheesy casseroles and renamed classics, cookbook publishers are looking for innovation and creativity.

In fact Kate did write a cookbook, “Love is in the Mix” which never saw the light of day. One has to wonder why.  But then again, after seeing her Monday Menus so far, maybe not.  Anyone can write a cookbook and even fill it with mediocre, pilfered recipes.  Getting it published is another story, isn’t it Kate?

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