Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
While browsing the magazines today, this pile of meat caught my eye. I assumed that the article wouldn't present me with any new information, but I was happy that such a major magazine was hopefully going to hit mainsteam Americans over the head with information about what's really in their cheap meats.
Monday, August 24, 2009
Friday, August 21, 2009
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Check out Slashfood's interview with the founders here.
Friday, August 14, 2009
First submission is from the multi-talented spunkster Diana, who wrote me some wonderfully personalized haiku:
hamburger, one, two
on the mic
what is that?
jewels of pretty veg
top my meat
eat, blog, eat, doodle
wine cheers too
isn't hard to be
fruit and meat
And speaking of guns, here's a video from the tryharder wonder machine.
Tryharder also gave me a mystery bag for inspiration.
Contents of mystery bag:
bag of mystery spices (coriander, mustard seeds, anise, cloves, bay leaves, red peppers, some other stuff)
with which I made this oddly shiny mystery meal:
We also had some strawberries with fresh mint in a little yellow bowl on the side. Unfortunately, the man said he was craving pizza about an hour after said meal. Can't win 'em all. I thought it was lovely though, and I am inspired!
And now for the winner: (drumroll, please)
A meat drawering from Robin of One Sheep Hill. Isn't she a lovely drawer??? I really enjoy that it looks like it was done on butcher paper. Thanks, Robin, for the inspiration and continued meat support!
And did I mention her husband taught me how to shoot a gun?
Please step forward to pick up your prize.
Check it out here!
Thanks guys, for the post and link! It is sure to brighten my slightly dreary summer day.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Sunday, August 9, 2009
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
"...this fast-paced and entertaining book unfolds the immense significance of the hamburger as an American icon...This is the story of their sizzle and their symbolism, where they came from and how they conquered the world."
"Perman casts an affectionate and admiring eye at In-N-Out Burger, the family-owned, Southern California chain that has become a cultural institution without franchising, going public, changing its menu or precooking its burgers..."