Sherri: I Melt Cold Butter Underneath My Boobs
It’s difficult to understand how this gem of a cooking tidbit slipped past my hungry eyes, but luckily for all you wanna-be chefs at home, I have the culinary tip to end all culinary tips. Earlier this month when The View’s Sherri Shepherd was doing a cooking segment on The Nate Berkus Show, she gave up her secret recipe for heating up cold butter – putting it under her breasts! Thanks Sherri, for the most unappetizing cooking class of all time!
Eat your heart out Mario Battali! Whip that up Ina Garten! Wolf that down Mr. Puck! Get buttered up Thomas Keller!
Sherri Shepherd revealed her innovative idea during a cooking segment with the Food Network's Aaron McCargo Jr. – as she sipped on some of the recipe's rum and had a merry ole time. When The View’s fiery co-host had some difficulties with cold butter, Sherri divulged (without embarrassment) her personal warming tip: "I put cold butter underneath my boobs and it melts it."
Ugh, how is that a thing? And how is that thing you reveal on national TV? For a lady like myself, who is not as well endowed as Miss Sherri, the image of doing this leaves my brain confused and my gag reflex on full effect. Gross.
Now my mind is racing with unanswered questions about well-endowed women! Is melting butter like that a thing ladies with big tatas do and somehow I just don’t know that because I barely need a bra? Are ladies holding things like change or cash up there? Are there other cold things Sherri melts in her heaving bosom? And the question I’ve been wondering since senior year in high school when I realized I'd have to shop in the pre-teen lingerie section for life: does it hurt for big-chested women to sleep on their stomachs? I hope the answer to all of those questions is NO.
The real moral to the story is -- if you are ever at a dinner party at Sherri’s house and she offers you a buttery dish, do yourself a favor: just say NO.
What do you think of Sherri's tip?