Abby is a successful television producer who is romantically challenged. On her quest for love, Abby has a handy checklist with prerequisites that her ideal mate must meet. Unfortunately, finding a man to meet all of her ridiculous requirements (and put up with her control freak ways) will probably never happen.
To prevent Abby’s morning news show from being canceled, her boss hires Mike Chadway, a chauvinistic public access television host, who may be the network’s only chance at boosting ratings. Every morning Chadway will host a segment of his late night show, The Ugly Truth, which focuses on sex and what men and women really want out of relationships. According to Chadway, men are only interested in looks and sex is the only thing that can hold a relationship together.
Naturally, Abby is disgusted by Chadway and his opinions on love. But after finding Collin, her hunky neighbor who meets all of the requirements on her checklist, Chadway is skeptical and cuts her a deal.
He will help her reel in Mr. Perfect in return for her approval of him being on the show.
Abby will follow Chadway’s every move to win Collin’s heart and to have a shot at a real relationship. But when his advice starts working Chadway realizes it’s he who is in love with Abby.
Penne Arrabiata Recipe
- 1 lb fresh tomatoes
- 3 tablespoons olive oil
- 2 garlic cloves sliced
- 3 fresh hot red chili peppers
- 6 fresh basil leaves
- 1 lb penne pasta
- A pinch of salt
- Start by cutting the tomatoes into medium cubes. Set aside.
- In a large pan pour the olive oil, garlic, and red peppers. Cook them all together for a few seconds (wait until the olive oil is really hot).
- Add the tomatoes and half of the basil you have. Cook it for 10-15 minutes.
- With a fork or a large spoon, smash and mix your tomatoes (create a sauce, paste like). Add the rest of your basil. Once your sauce is done you can cook the pasta separately (boil water with a pinch of salt .
- After a while, drain the pasta, transfer to a bowl and add your arrabiata sauce.
Cooking time: 30 minutes. – Servings: 4. – Back to Top