Jennifer Aniston's Cookbook Proves She's More Domestic Than Rachel Green

If emulating Jennifer Aniston's hair routine isn't enough, there will be another way you can try and be more like the actress. Aniston just announced that she's working on a cookbook, which is amazing news for anyone who wants to emulate the star's seemingly effortless lifestyle. (Um, that would totally be me.)

“I would like to do a lifestyle thing, for people who struggle with dieting," Aniston told Yahoo, revealing that she's working on a cookbook. "I could just make anything for a diet taste delicious. I’m a good alchemist. I can mix certain things together that are all very healthy, but you don’t feel like you’re depriving yourself in any way.”

Considering that Aniston is pretty much the picture of a healthy, balanced lifestyle, I'm so excited to see what this cookbook includes. (Yummy and nutritious? Sold.)

One person who isn't quite so domestic? Aniston's most famous character, Rachel Green of Friends. Even though the New Yorker had seriously enviable style, she wasn't quite so handy in the kitchen. Or when it came to cleaning, for that matter.

In honor of Aniston's upcoming cookbook, here are seven times that Rachel hilariously proved she's not exactly a domestic goddess.

When She Made the Trifle

And accidentally included layers of shepherd's pie.

When Ross Taught Her How to Do Laundry

At least this one has a ridiculously cute ending.

When She Was a Waitress

Luckily, her career moved in a different direction.

When She Baby-Proofed the Apartment

Hey, she found the hardware store!

When She Loses Her Engagement Ring in a Lasagna

Thank goodness Joey was there to retrieve it.

When She Refused to Put the Marshmallows in Concentric Circles

Cooking wasn't exactly her strong suit.

When She and Ross Locked Themselves Out of the Apartment

And Emma was inside.

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