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Netflix Makes a Chocolate Baudelaire Mansion and Burns It for A Series of Unfortunate Events

Netflix Kitchen is back at it again with this delicious looking chocolate house recipe by food stylist Ashley Holt. However, a horrific and completely random fire has burnt it to the ground making orphans of the Baudelaire children and leaving you with nothing to eat for your Netflix binge. How tragic.

A Series of Unfortunate Events is on Netflix today on Friday the 13th, and while they recommend you spend the day outdoors, “far away from any streaming device,” the reviews have been overwhelmingly positive. Written by Daniel Handler himself with a team that includes director Barry Sonnenfeld, Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf, and Patrick Warburton as Lemony Snicket, we’ve been looking forward to this miserable series for quite some time.

Have you watched these unfortunate events unfold yet? What do you think? And what did you eat? Don’t forget to prepare some roast beef, or you might find yourself in a bad situation with the Count.

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