What on earth would Oak prepare in the kitchen, you ask? You guessed it, duck confit with a balsamic emulsion. Just kidding. Like us, Oak's all about the short ribs. Allow Yahoo's J.E. Skeets to explain. (hat tip to the hype guy for the picture.)
"Oakley is executive producing and starring as the cook on a TV show he's trying to pitch called "Café Oakley," and last night's screening featured three episodes (one of which guest starred John Starks).
Oakley cooked Oak's Fried Chicken and Macaroni Salad in the first episode, followed by Oak's Pasta, Sauce and Sausages in the second, and Oak's Smothered Steak and Rice in the third. "Hopefully we'll get some calls about it," Oakley said. "I'd give it an 8.5 out of 10."
Not sure how much Oak knows in the kitchen, but I'm sure he's had a chance or two to cook for a lady friend...speaking of ribs, enjoy Chris Rock's acting debut in 1988's "I'm Gonna Git you Sucka."
Finger point for the pass from Double B.