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Padma Lakshmi the Owner and Head Chef of a Failing Miami Restaurant?

Ok, so Padma Lakshi isn't really the owner and head chef of a failing Miami restaurant, but according to a snarkotrafficking television blog she does have a development deal for a half hour comedy from a major network. Our headline is one of five suggestions the tv blog has for the show.

Their concept involves serving up Miami's evil denizens as fatback steaks to the rich and powerful. Short Order thinks NBC should foot the bill for Padma to start another steakhouse on South Beach. Film that.

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