She's baaaaaaaack! And Farrah Abraham is not taking the news that Teen Mom has been cancelled sitting down. The single mom who managed to finish her culinary degree while filming the reality show has cooked up a new money-making venture to put food on the table for daughter Sophia.
The answer? Tomato sauce! Italian hot pepper sauce to be exact. If the tempers of the women involved in making it are a sign, it should be hot and spicy indeed!
Farrah has teamed up with none other than her mom Debra (as well as Sophia) to create Mom & Me Foods. Their first creation is something they're touting as a recipe brought to America by their Italian ancestors, and they promise it's chock-a-block with yummy veggies including hot banana peppers, tomatoes, onions, and garlic.
Mmm. Doesn't sound bad at all, honestly. I like a little kick to my red gravy. And they hit on a big trend in the market at the moment: in an ad Farrah and Debra created in an attempt to win a Wal-Mart-sponsored contest to get their food on grocery shelves nationwide (voting ends today), they say it's gluten-free. Smart marketing.
Even smarter? Using adorable little Sophia in their "commercial." She's not a baby anymore, but she is absolutely adorable when she chows down on mama's eats. Just look:
After fighting like, well, a teen mom and her daughter over the past few seasons, Farrah and Debra seemed to have moved past the really hard stuff, including charges of domestic violence. Going into business with one another is risky, but there are some people who swear that emotions go straight into the food -- and a heated relationship is perfect for a hot and spicy sauce.
I guess we'll see if those on-screen therapy sessions are really working out and whether they'll make a go of it in the food biz. At least she's off her butt and doing something and not depending on MTV to keep providing for her child! I hope it works out for them.
What do you think is going to happen with this venture? Would you buy Farrah's food?
Image via Mom and Me Foods/YouTube