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Watch First Two Episodes Of Hilarious Cooking Show/Web Series 'Eat Our Feelings': VIDEO


Emma Jane Gonzalez and Sasha Winters are two fierce ladies, in and out of the kitchen. Their new not-to-be-missed web series, "Eat Our Feelings," is a hilarious and informative hybrid of scripted comedy and Food Network cooking show. A truly unique experience, you'll find yourself salivating and laughing at the same time. 

The co-stars/writers/chefs have released two episodes already (with help from a dedicated crew, including "Whatever this is." and "The Outs" helmer Adam Goldman), and both hit the spot. Episode one finds Sasha and Emma battling with a local Brooklyn vendor to see who can make the most delicious grilled cheese, while episode two focuses on their failed romances and drunken kitchen escapades. 

The show is a hit, but if two episodes don't fill you up, consider donating on the "Eat Our Feelings" Kickstarter page!

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  1. Cute. And interesting food.

    Posted by: Dastius Krazitauc | Aug 27, 2014 10:15:33 AM

  2. Episode 2 is the better so far. Very cute, already a fan.

    Posted by: Ian | Aug 27, 2014 1:11:04 PM

  3. Hysterical. And now I'm starving.

    Posted by: Robert | Aug 27, 2014 2:37:53 PM

  4. They actually look like younger versions of the Two Fat Ladies of BBC cooking show fame

    Posted by: BobN | Aug 27, 2014 2:38:12 PM

  5. First episode was really charming, second episode was really funny. And WOW that stuff looks tasty.

    Posted by: Billy | Aug 27, 2014 2:52:39 PM

  6. Quick cut to 4 hours later, as they levitate off the couch on a cushion of methane.

    Posted by: BrokebackBob | Aug 27, 2014 3:09:43 PM

  7. Funny! But if you're not watching "Bite This With Nadia G" you're missing out on some hilarious television. It's probably the gayest show on television, and it's well worth your time. I'm actually surprised it's not been profiled here for its LGBT, ET AL, friendliness.

    Posted by: Michael | Aug 27, 2014 5:42:02 PM

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