nsfw: â??is your girlfriend one a them salad-eating bitches?â??

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How often can you say about a cooking show that itâ??s NSFW? Thanks to MyDamnChannelâ??s Cooking With Coolio, that sorely underserved demographic seeking a profanity-laced cooking show can rest easy.

With a snazzy animated-cleaver graphic, a cranky sous-chef and two silicone-stuffed Sauce Girls, Coolio slices and dices (messily) his way through a variety of shall-we-say unchallenging dishes. (The title of this post is a quote from Mr. Câ??s intro to a caprese salad demo. Heâ??s all about solutions, kids.)

More CWC science:

â?¢ â??Iâ??m pretty good with this knife â?¦ and Iâ??m pretty good with a sword, nunchucks â?¦ a pistol â?¦â?� Tony Bourdain wishes he could make the same claims.

â?¢ Chef Coolio keeps the salt in his pocket in a tiny Ziploc baggie.

â?¢ Coolioâ??s ultimate accolade: â??This tastes better than yo mamaâ??s titty!â?�

â?¢ Coolioâ??s version of Emerilâ??s â??Bam!,â?� liberally repeated at top volume: â??Shaka Zulu, muthafucka!â?�

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