Paris Hilton Teases Cookbook and More Cooking Episodes (Finally!)
The hilarious heiress promises she’ll be "sliving" it up in the kitchen again "very soon."
Paris Hilton – such a tease! Back in January, when she released her first “Cooking With Paris” YouTube video, in which she showed us all how to make her “infamous lasagna,” Hilton promised to release new episodes every Monday thereafter. Alas, in the intervening months, she has released none. And that has been very disappointing.
Now, however, the hilarious heiress is promising to release more cooking videos.
Please, Paris, don’t break our hearts again!
“There’s going to be more coming out very soon,” Hilton told People magazine, adding that she’d just completed an episode with her sister, Nicky Hilton Rothschild, in which they “cooked different party hors d’oeuvres like Jell-O shots and nachos.”
Yes, in Paris Hilton-land, Jell-O shots count as hors d’oeuvres and making them counts as cooking. What about it?
If the idea of the famous-for-being-famous star throwing on her fingerless black “chef gloves,” scooping up her tiny dog and getting side-splittingly creative in the kitchen has whetted your appetite for curiously concocted dishes with a side of “sliving” (that’s Paris-speak for “slaying” plus “living”), you’ll be drooling when you hear the other culinary news Hilton has dropped: She’s planning to release a cookbook, too.
"People will see in the next couple months," she told People.
Those who still doubt that Paris is a true creative genius should watch her work with Hunter Pritchett, the executive chef at Atrium in Los Angeles, to come up with a signature burger recipe to enter into a celebrity charity burger competition. The Uber Eats and Off the Menu’s Burger Showdown is raising money to help restaurants feed frontline workers.
The resulting Princess Paris Sliving Burger definitely sounds – and looks – like a winner (the pink sauce, those star-shaped pickles!). One hopes the recipe for it – along with Paris’s infamous lasagna and her Jell-O shots – will be in the new cookbook. Because, when it comes right down to it, you only slive once.