‘Anti-Semitic’ Charity Cookbook Recipe Emerges – Opinion

The hits just keep coming for Caryn Elaine Johnson — AKA: Whoopi Goldberg — in the aftermath of her on-air claims about the Holocaust, during which an estimated six million Jews died at the hands of Adolf Hitler’s Nazis. But as Whoopi saw it, earlier this week, the near-extermination of Europe’s Jews was “not about race.” As the fallout from ThatThe hot mess continues. Related Controversy has returned.

The co-host of the “critically-acclaimed” [heavy sarc] “The View” found herself in a fix on Friday, after the resurfacing of a 1993 recipe she wrote Please see the following:A charity cookbook.

Problem? The title of the recipe: “Jewish American Princess Fried Chicken.” Yeah.

Whoopi, Whoopi, Whoopi. As reported by The Daily Mail on Friday, the long-forgotten charity cookbook, titled “Cooking in the Litchfield Hills,” contains a recipe from Whoopi in which she mocks Jewish-American women in a step-by-step process for creating the recipe — with “off-color anecdotes in jest.”

You can send your chauffeur to the butcher shop and get the chicken. Your cook will be grateful

1. Melt 3/4 of the oil and butter in a saucepan over medium heat.

2) Place flour and seasonings in a brown paper bag.

3. Rinse the chicken and put in a bag.

Next, close the top of your bag and watch for nails. Then shake 10 times.

Take your bag and prepare dinner. Cook while you are dressing. Preheat the oven to 350°F and cook your chicken. After the chicken has been evenly browned place in an oven-proof dish.

While you are finishing up your makeup, let Cook cook the rest of the meal.

Voila! It’s done in less than half an hour. You’re ready for dinner! You should be exhausted.

As noted by Daily Mail, the “Jewish American Princess” recipe was met with “intense backlash” at the time by the Anti-Defamation League, which labeled it “insulting” and “anti-Semitic.”

It’s a lousy recipe with insensitive and anti-Semitic ingredients. Whoopi should be more aware. Unfortunately, she needs some sensitivity training. It is also necessary to provide sensitivity training for the good folks who wrote it.

Welp, how’d ThatAll of them turn out to be almost thirty years later. Understandably, the emergence of the recipe only adds fuel to the “Whoopi Goldberg is an anti-Semite” bonfire. Rightly so — unchanged patterns can be devastating. And certainly, Whoopi’s “humorous” recipe was rife with stereotypical nonsense.

“Jewish American Princess” (JAP) has long been a phrase used to disparage and portray some Jewish women as spoiled, entitled, and selfish — all attributed to a pampered or wealthy background. However, did anti-Semitism actually cause the uninformed humor in 1993 Whoopi Goldberg’s comedy? I don’t know. And neither does anyone else — except Whoopi Goldberg.

Whichever way you look at it, has Whoopi really checked the recipe herself? Mike Miller in 2022 affirms yes.

But what about 2022 Whoopi’s disgusting Holocaust comments earlier this week? Should ThatWould 1993 Whoopi had been aware of the dangers and taken more precautions than 1993 Whoopi? She should. Would she have been suspended? Absolutely. The real question is:

Whoopi Goldberg fired from ABC It is clear anti-Semitic Holocaust comments on “The View”?

This is how I will answer this question.

With the hypocrisy-detecting “shoe on the other foot” test, that is. If a Fox News host — or any other high-profile conservative — made Exactly the same remarks made by Goldberg, would the histrionic meltdown on the left reach epic proportions until the “racist,” “guilty as hell,” “anti-Semite” was fired? Oh, hell, yeah.

That’s my answer. That’s all for now.

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