Tag Archives: food

Think About It (5/18)

The last semester has included many minutes wasted in class, talking about things that have no relation to the topic whatsoever and then actually talking about food. We learned things in class as well, and it was all around an … Continue reading

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Weekly Response (5/11)

Well since I haven’t been in Food Studies for the last few days, I’m just going to comment on the reading and not the discussion.  Also I almost forgot to post this and so I hope that I can type … Continue reading

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Skullcrusher Mountain (5/11)

Coffee is, well… All right, I suppose. I am not a huge fan, but every once in a while I will have a cup. In all seriousness, though, I do not drink it for enjoyment, like some people I know. … Continue reading

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The Guitar Man

The world’s best coffee comes from an Indonesian monkey’s digestive system. I knew I wasn’t just being insane. The trip through the digestive system supposedly helps release the flavor when the coffee is brewed. It just goes to show that when humans … Continue reading

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Wacko Jacko Steals The Elephant Man’s Bones (5/4)

Recently we have been reading quite a lot about booze, and even more recently, apples. Also, apple booze, which really makes me question the intent of Applejacks cereal. Alcohol has been present pretty much ever since the start of controlled … Continue reading

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Nothing Manly About Walking Around Singing Neil Sedaka (5/2)

Bacon grease soup. I say yes. So much yes, right now. Well, chicken stock, potatoes and bacon grease. And onions. I really want to eat this right now, it just sounds so odd and delicious. Need a stiff drink to … Continue reading

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I Do and I Don’t (4/27)

Wine was the foundation of pretentiousness (Does that mean Pabst Blue Ribbon is the newest pretentious thing, because hipsters drink it?). Only the truly rich could purchase and consume the drink, just so they could look down upon other people. … Continue reading

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