Charlie Sheen's "Winning" Cooking Video: Next Stop Food Network?

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Charlie Sheen and his Adonis DNA have just made a cooking video for Funny or Die. In it, he announces his plan of total media domination. In the past week, he's appeared on every television network but one....The Food Network.

In the demo -- which appears on the site run by comedian Will Ferrell -- Charlie shows us his equipment. "This is not a spatula..this is the cooking wand of a sorcerer. This is not a bowl, it's a cauldron", he states. His recipes include "tomato winning salad", steak that he killed with his own hands and tea made with ground dinosaur fossils. And remember...Charlie doesn't cook food..he wills it. Watch after the jump.

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