… not sure how I feel about a racist being marked ‘lawful good’.
possibly made pre-scandal? But yeah, I hear ya. Also, I know it is Food Network peeps only, but how about some Anthony Bourdain.
I have alignment FEELS y’all. But this chart is WRONG.
I mean, the first thing that stands out is Paula Deen, and uh. We have to ask, then, which philosophy of alignment are you following? Because by AD&D standards, “Evil” characters had to KNOW they were evil, which was totally ridiculous and stupid—but by that logic, I’d say that Paula Deen actually does qualify as Lawful Good.
But she’s a racist fuck who has arguably actually harmed people with her beliefs AND by popularizing an extremely unhealthy way to cook. So, if you go by, y’know, actual actions, Ms. Deen is completely Lawful Evil.
I can’t speak to all of those folks, but I’m going to call SERIOUS shenangins on Chef Ramsey’s label of Chaotic Neutral. Folks, the man should have a damn picture in the dictionary definition of Chaotic Good. Have you actually SEEN his shows, or read him in interviews? He wants to help people make their food better, and improve their lives. By any means necessary, and by yelling at the stupid people in their own way. THATS WHAT CG IS.
And I have no idea why Rachel Ray is CE. CE is the “I’m burninating the countryside because i feel like it and it’s wednessday” alignment. Rachel Ray is bland as all get out, but she’s not CE.
Now. If you are using this alignment to dictate FOOD alignment…aside form how do you qualify food as Good or Evil…well. Rachel Ray ends up as True Neutral—not really one thing or another, and bland, and appeals to everybody. I’d put Ramsey as Lawful Good, precise, following very strict dictates and standards, and absolutely aiming to make the person eating it feel good. I’d put Bobby Flay as the LE, he agressively pursues money over food, and selfishly puts his own aggrandizement over respecting the food.
tldr: SOMEONE IS WRONG ON THE INTERNET.