Chrissy Teigen is taking her expertise in all things food to the next level. The star announced via Twitter on Wednesday, February 27, that, after much consideration, she plans to launch a recipe website in the near future.
“Oh man… after mannnnnny years of talking about it and muccccch work by many extraordinary beings, I am finally going to have a WEBSITE on the INTERNETS!” the 33-year-old tweeted. “I want to fill it with recipes upon your arrival (new! not the same from the books) – I would love for you to tell me what I should make! Please let me know here and I will screen grab and tag your questions or recipe requests on the site!!”
oh man…after mannnnnny years of talking about it and muccccch work by many extraordinary beings, I am finally going to have a WEBSITE on the INTERNETS!
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) February 27, 2019
In an effort to ensure she would receive the best and tastiest recipe requests possible, the Lip Sync Battle cohost later added: “Please try to make it more detailed than ‘salads’ you nuts – get specific! <3 <3 <3.” She already promised one Twitter follower she would share a recipe for twice-baked potatoes.
This move seems like a logical next step for Teigen, who has written two bestselling cookbooks – Cravings and Cravings: Hungry for More – and currently has her own branded line of cookware on sale at Target.
She has also endeared herself to millions of social media followers with her funny and candid opinions and observations about food. Case in point: Earlier this month she clued her Twitter audience into an argument she had with husband John Legend about (what else?) Totino’s pizza.
As the cookbook author recalled, it all began when she had “a Totino’s craving” that entailed a desire for “a pizza from my childhood, with sliced fresh tomatoes on top.” She then tasked Legend, 40, with ordering the meal via Postmates, but what arrived was a package Totino’s Pizza Rolls because apparently the “All of Me” singer was unaware the brand also sells actual pizzas. “For 30 minutes we have been discussing how to ensure crispness. I say it needs to be on the rack. He says no it has to go on a pan,” Teigen tweeted, later revealing the rift morphed into an “actual fight.”
As she concluded, explaining the origins of the argument: “He thinks I am so stupid I would think tiny pizza rolls go directly onto the rack.”
The next few months are bound to be busy for Teigen, as she recently announced she will appear as a judge on the upcoming NBC competition series, Bring The Funny. The show, which also boasts Kenan Thompson and Jeff Foxworthy as judges, will feature stand-ups, sketch troupes and variety acts all vying for a shot at a $250,000 prize. “I am so excited for this,” she tweeted at the time. Teigen later told Thompson she plans to “bring food every day,” adding, “you guys bout to get heavy.”
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