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We are starting to realise what we put in our mouths can harm us. And I’m not referring to munging on a diseased, scab-ridden set of genitals, I’m talking about food. Food can pump you full of awesome, or it can fuck with you.

I’m an Australian nurse who is balls deep in a Masters of Nutrition. I’ve personally experienced the change good food can make. After reducing sugar and processed shit, under the care of my doctor, I quickly went from having ovaries as dud as a pair of fucking Crocs* to being so fertile I produced a small human by bloody accident (let’s slow clap that doctor for forgetting to mention possibility of infertility reversal).

Despite the apparent revelation, I’m not a tossbag-food-saint. I eat burgers frequently (yes, even McDonalds, in fact, Ronald is a treasured and respected clown in my home), I drink (at times obscenely), and if I’m eating M&Ms you’re fucking damn right I selected the jumbo pack, because fuck you, that’s why. I subscribe to the 80/20 rule: 80% of the time, I make food choices that are excellent for my hotrod. 20% of the time, I’m an absolute prick to my body, and I say, “Body, take a backseat, you whinging cocksucker, it’s the tastebud’s turn to drive”. 

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I started creating my own healthy recipes in my kitchen when I grew tired of being porked up the ring by other ‘healthy’ food pages. They seemed so preachy and perfect. Quite frankly it chapped my fanny. Plus some of the recipes tasted like penis. 

So, Shannon’s Kitchen is a place for family cooks to find inspiration for healthy meals that give the tastebuds the respect they fucking deserve. All content is punctuated with fruity language and inappropriate analogies. Anyone with feathers that easily ruffle will have to come to terms with that or should probably fuck off. You should know that I really like making jokes about penises. I once got told off over the loudspeaker at a petrol station for using the petrol hose as a makeshift pizzle and doing a cheeky little hump motion. “Bowser Three. Please don’t do that with the hose.” I was 26

So anyway, hi. Thanks for being here. Let’s cook some healthy shit without giving too many fucks.

Shannon x

Find my inappropriate cookbook HERE.

 

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*These are Crocs, and they are not ok.

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96 thoughts on “about

  1. Rhonda

    I’m having trouble printing from your web page. I’ve tried both with and without the “Fit to Page” setting on my printer, but either way the words run off the page. I use Chrome as my browser. Has anyone else reported this to you?

  2. breath of fresh fucking air you are!

    From a dietitian who loves a ‘sneaky cheese (burger)’ and is sick of people taking healthy eating SO SERIOUSLY

    love your work

  3. Syl

    Fucking awesome blog….you should have your own TV cooking show….I reckon the censor’s “bleep” button might get a good going over…

  4. Chris

    Shannon, your recipes are fucking inspiring to my sick, semen-infested scientific wanker mind and now I want to make a vile food blog of my very own from this very naughty gay nurse!

    Cuddles (and maybe more)!

    Chris xx

  5. Kate

    Anyone who can describe themselves: “because I’m a greedy cunt.” has my vote.
    Loving it…..its fresh, its daring and its fun 🙂

  6. ben

    A good looking woman that swears like you is ugly as hell! you gained popularity for your language not your insights as everything you discuss has been discussed over and over again! disgusting use of language for no necessary reason, maybe you should join the Mad Hueys..the bogan market is huge!!

    • I don’t see how the level of offence is relative to my gender or appearance. That suggestion pisses me off, quite frankly. If my language upsets you, then I suggest you do not read it, sir. It’s a food blog for fun, mate. It’s not a big fucking deal.
      P.S. I have no idea who the Mad Hueys are, but they sound grouse 😉

  7. emily

    Hi Shannon. I work for the magazine Women’s Health in the UK. I’m wondering if you can follow us on twitter as I would love to DM you about something exciting as we would love to work with you. thanks Emily x

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