Faylynn Hall: Good for the KID! he deserved better and Doesn't need to help her guilt or pity need to do it ! she should have said yes in the first place now its out of guilt Screw her . I am not watching her show..
Karissa Joi Singleton: Good, this jerk deserves some embarrassment. If people like Beyonce and Michael Jackson spare time for Make-A-Wish kids, I'm sure she could have too. I've never even heard of this lady. Give me a break!
Samantha Spillman: The issue at hand is this: You wanna be a celeb you want us to buy your books, cook the food you produce and watch your shows, you HAVE to give something back, whatever that may be. You don't get asked by a 6 yr old BOY, to come cook with you, and turn him down TWO times back to back. This child could have DIED waiting for her, and yet he held fast to the hope that since she didn't see him last year, maybe she would this year. She will now forever be known as "That chef that turned down a very sick child's last wish" it's pathetic, it's selfish and I hope everyone did what i did, i sent HER and email on her webpage, i also sent an e-mail to food network telling them this is unacceptable.
Gina Kicinski: I never thought I'd see someone turn down a dying child. This infuriates me to no end, shame on you Ina Garten. I will never watch your show again.
Annette Blount: Never liked Ina or her snobby show - If she couldn't make it in person to see the kid, she could have sent along a personal note and some gifts, anything! Just classless.
However, some are on the chef's side:
Vini Galuc: All this sappy sentiment is ridiculous! You people have been reading too many Hallmark cards...hundreds of thousands of kids are "sick" at any given time...sometimes the wish just doesn't work out...move on...
Carol Willhite-Newberg: Why does someone have to say yes to ever single request? I understand the kid is sick but jeez..I'm tired of everyone always being under pressure