They're fat, they're British, and they have an unabashed love for lard, unpasteurized dairy and marbelized meats. Clarissa Dickson Wright and Jennifer Paterson's Two Fat Ladies first appeared on the BBC, and the ladies' love for all-butter-everything quickly garnered criticism for having an evil influence on the Brits' diets.

But, as of this month, the dangerous duo will be making a comeback thanks to the Cooking Channel, which will be airing old episodes for the delight of Americans and the death of their heart valves. Aside from liberal lard usage and an open distaste for all things vegetarian, the ladies are also infamous for Paterson's penchant for chain smoking, drinking while filming, and randomly breaking into song. Watch out America: The fat ladies are here and they are singing! It's officially over for you!