Because Sriracha is such a cultural icon of spiciness these days, why would you not have it as a popcorn flavor? Here’s hoping it takes over that bacon obsession everyone has, even though the site itself says that everything should … Continue reading Sriracha Popcorn for all!
Sorry, folks (straight, gay, or otherwise). Turns out that the chicken nuggets you buy at Chick-fil-A goes towards Christian groups that oppose homosexuality. Now that the President of the company has confirmed it, it’s time to put down the chicken. What went from this… Cathy [Chick-fil-A President] had previously shrugged off the criticisms in a 2011 interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, calling blogosphere reports on his company’s donations “folklore.” Cathy also noted, “We’re not anti-anybody. Our mission is to create raving fans.” (via Huffington Post) …is now this In a new interview with the Baptist Press, Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy — the … Continue reading It is time to boycott Chick-fil-A
It’s Tuesday. What is there to look forward to on a Tuesday? Well, this particular Tuesday you can stare at some pictures of Nutella lovin’. The internet has taken an extraordinary liking to Nutella and we know why: it is … Continue reading For a Tuesday: Gratuitous Pictures of Nutella
Just look at those fake smiles. McDonald’s has opted for a “Mad Men inspired” look for a few restaurants in London for the Olympic Games. Instead, they should’ve called it “Drab Men” and hired Janie Bryant, the Emmy Award winner … Continue reading Drab Men or Mad Men? McDonald’s Tries New Look
Wanna see something weird, you guys? (Of course you do!) Well we have just the thing: the video for Reptar‘s “Sebastian.” When we featured the song a few months back we definitely weren’t expecting this. I’ve got to warn you, it is out there! Did you pick up on the Catholic imagery? 🙂 And, in case you need reassuring, the lead singer (Graham) doesn’t ACTUALLY sing like that… Reptar’s debut album Body Faucet is out now! Continue reading “Sebastian”- Reptar
As summer approaches, I’m looking for new food and drink recipes to try out for myself and share with others. Yesterday I attended my first drink-making class at a really awesome bar called RYE in Baltimore. The class, cleverly named “TKO: An Afternoon of Punches”, was an hour long class that sat 10 guests who purchased the class through a LivingSocial deal. We talked, asked questions, and listened as Managing Partner/ Head Bartender Doug Atwell, and his fiancé Teri, gave us some information on the history of punch in Europe and the United States. We learned the step-by-step instructions on … Continue reading Punch Drunk