Miss Kay Robertson is the revered matriarch of the family featured in the Duck Dynasty reality show.
Marsha Kay “Miss Kay” Robertson (née Carroway), born December 21, 1950, is Phil Robertson’s wife.
She was 16 when she married Phil Robertson and since then she’s been keeping him and the boys from spending too much time in the woods, bringing them back to civilization each night with a home cooked meal.
Miss Kay Robertson is the revered matriarch of the family featured in the Duck Dynasty reality show
Miss Kay Robertson is the mother of Alan (who previously worked with Duck Commander before becoming a minister but has since returned to the company; he is not featured on the show), Jase, Willie, and Jep. She loves cooking, so she always has her entire family over for a home-cooked meal after a hard day’s work. (The meal setting is featured at the end of each episode, with Phil Robertson praying beforehand and his son Willie talking about the events of the episode).
Miss Kay Robertson believes her cooking talents are a gift which she must share, so she often ends up feeding all of the family and most of the neighborhood. Her most famous dishes are banana pudding, fried deer steak, crawfish pie, and sticky frog legs.
Kay Robertson’s favorite family member is Jesse, the family dog.
But here’s the secret, every time he dies, Miss Kay quickly gets a new puppy that looks just like the one that passed and even gives it the same name. As Miss Kay Robertson puts it, “this way, you never have to grieve.”
McDonald’s is trying to tell us that a Big Mac is just like a home-cooked meal by posting a tutorial on You Tube explaining how to make the famous burger at home.
The warm and fuzzy PR stunt comes hot off the heels of the restaurant chain candidly revealing the secret to how it makes it’s burgers look so much bigger, juicer and tastier in its adverts than in its restaurants – using “food stylists”.
The latest video sees McDonald’s executive chef Dan Coudreaut casually preparing a Big Mac at home, but the fact the finished product looks nothing like the burgers served up in store doesn’t seem to bother him.
Just like the expose on why McDonald’s burgers look better in the ads, the video begins with a question from a customer.
“We have a question here from Christine… what is in your special sauce?” he says before taking viewers step by step through the process of making its two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun.
McDonald’s is trying to tell us that a Big Mac is just like a home-cooked meal
While chopping, whisking and grilling his ingredients, Dan Coudreaut continually reminds those watching that the produce he’s using is all available in their local grocery store.
For the so-called special sauce – which Dan Coudreaut reveals is “not really a secret” because the ingredients have been available in shops and online “for years” – store-bought mayonnaise, sweet pickle relish and yellow mustard are whisked together with vinegar, garlic powder, onion power and paprika.
The chef dices an onion and chops some lettuce which “gives you that nice moisture and crunch”. He then says the pickles he’s using are also from his local grocery store.
“Now the bun is the classic signature of the Big Mac experience,” Dan Coudreaut says as he slices it in half and toasts it, whistling while he works.
Then it’s patty time.
“This is 100 per cent beef,” he insists as he squishes the creamy looking pink stuff into a metal ring, “just like in our restaurants”.
He adds, clearly proud of his measly thin accomplishment: “There we go, that’s a good one.”
Before chucking them in a pan: “And they’re going in, you hear that sizzle?”
Again Dan Coudreaut insists he’s following the process used by the fast-food chain’s cooks around the world saying, “and once I flip it over I’m just going to season it with a little salt and pepper just like we do at the restaurants”.
Now the secret – or not so secret – is out, we’ll never have to go to an actual McDonald’s restaurant again.
Though that probably wasn’t the incentive behind the video.