The Three Stooges’ N’yuk N’yuk N’yams

As a major Three Stooges fan, I was so excited to be part of an episode of Karie Bible’s Hollywood Kitchen that was one for the ages!

In this special episode of Hollywood Kitchen, Karie was inspired by a recipe from The Official Three Stooges Cookbook, entitled “N’yuk N’yuk N’yams.” I was invited to participate, as well as author Rick Greene, who graciously offered up his kitchen for the event and showcased his wonderful collection of Stooge-related memorabilia.

To make things extra wonderful, Karie reached out to Bradley Server–also known as “Curly G.”–with the “G” standing for “Grandson.”

Server is the youngest grandson of Curly Howard and carries on his legacy of laughter with a hilarious YouTube channel, with which I was familiar. Server was happy to join the fun and even brought along some meaningful mementos of Howard as well as many wonderful stories and anecdotes regarding the continuation of the Stooge legacy.

In the Stoogiest way possible, the episode ended with a ceremonial pie-in-the-face, doled out by yours truly.

For pictures of the final product, visit the Hollywood Kitchen page here. (They were delicious and done entirely on the stove!)

Additionally, look for Greene’s books! He has one about Henry Brandon that is already available and another about Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, slated to hit the shelves in April 2022.

Be sure to check out Curly G.’s YouTube channel here.

View this fabulous Hollywood Kitchen episode here and visit the Hollywood Kitchen YouTube channel for more cooking fun!

N’yuk n’yuk n’yuk!!!

About Annette Bochenek

Dr. Annette Bochenek of Chicago, Illinois, is an avid scholar of Hollywood’s Golden Age. She manages the Hometowns to Hollywood blog, in which she writes about her trips exploring the legacies and hometowns of Golden Age stars. Annette also hosts the “Hometowns to Hollywood” film series throughout the Chicago area. She has been featured on Turner Classic Movies and is the president of TCM Backlot’s Chicago chapter. In addition to writing for TCM Backlot, she also writes for Classic Movie Hub, Silent Film Quarterly, Nostalgia Digest, and Chicago Art Deco Society Magazine.
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2 Responses to The Three Stooges’ N’yuk N’yuk N’yams

  1. Ted Wioncek says:

    Annette,

    Have you ever been to the Stoogeum, the Three Stooges Museum in Ambler Pennsylvania? It is amazing! Check it out stoogeum.com It is temporally closed due to COVID.

    Ted

    Sent from my iPhone

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