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Monday, June 15, 2009

Mrs. Hammer Can Cook

Posted By on Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 6:00 PM

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You can't touch Mrs. Hammer in the kitchen.
Last night saw the television debut of Hammertime, a reality show that follows Oakland native MC Hammer and his large family. With five children and one nephew living under their Tracy roof, Hammer's wife Stephanie Burrell spends a lot of time in the kitchen, a sight we expect will get a fair amount of screen time this season.

In the first episode, she is shown cooking pasta and chicken stir-fry for her family, but A&E's Web site, which offers a printable PDF of her recipes, reveals that Mrs. Hammer has got an arsenal of some pretty easy yet creative meal ideas. One notable is "Jeremiah's Meat Love," a meat loaf named after her 11-year-old. What gives it crunch and sweetness, something every meat loaf needs? Frosted Flakes.



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