Did you see the creepy commercial for Paula Deen's new mobile game? The game itself is nowhere near as entertaining. Clearly the controversial celebrity cook needs our help.

Having come under fire for her liberal use of butter and other words featuring double consonants, Paula Deen's video game is a chance for the fat-loving meal-maker to get back in the good graces of the public. Unfortunately, Recipe Quest is a bit shit. It's a boring match three gaming vaguely tied to real recipes, featuring enough cackling sound bytes to make it an over 100mb download.

Also, the designers don't know what a star is.

Putting quotes around a thing that's not a thing doesn't make it the thing it's not, or my name's not 'Paula Deen'.

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Anyway, she can definitely do better, and I'm certain our creative community can help. Give us a screen or box art for either an original Paula Deen video game, or place her in one you feel is appropriate. Try to avoid being a second-hand racist in the process. I believe in y'all.

Entries are due by next Saturday morning. I'll start melting the butter.

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