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Nick Offerman Mocks School Lunch in this Great Funny Or Die Spoof

Pizza Farm with Nick Offerman – watch more funny videos Remember when the federal government claimed pizza a vegetable because it has tomato sauce?  Whether you do or do not, it doesn’t really matter as every parent knows school lunch is a joke. A really, really sad joke which is why our family packs a […]

Whole Foods Goes Sustainable in the Seafood Aisle

If you love seafood, you might notice this blog isn’t very helpful when it comes to seafood recipes that’s due to my wife not liking seafood and my being quite picky about it.  While I am an infrequent eater of seafood, I was impressed today about Whole Foods decision to ban unsustainable fishing. See this […]

Go Vegan for the Sexual Cruelty

  Is animal cruelty not enough of a reason to convert to Veganism? How about a more powerful sexual drive that will leave your partner in a neck brace and limp? Believe it or not that’s the latest pitch from PETA in their new ad campaign: BWVAKTBOOM, “Boyfriend Went Vegan and Knocked the Bottom out […]

Michael Pollan at SMU

I had the pleasure yesterday of seeing author Michael Pollan twice.  First at a student Q&A session for a hour in the late afternoon and then later that evening when he gave his talk about Food Rules at the Tate Lecture Series. As always, Pollan was insightful, thought provoking, and funny.  He entered the stage […]

Pizza Doesn’t Grow on Trees

Oscar and Theo were recently discussing what kind of work they’d like to be doing when they grew older.  One of their more inventive ideas is to open a new dinning establishment built to cater to the dream diet of the 5 year old consumer.  Their favorite place to eat, I’m sad to say, is […]

Consumers Defend McDonald’s Vehemently in Comments

  It’s an interesting phenomena I’m sure we will see more and more of as our nation’s obesity rate climbs from 33% today to 50% by 2030 – the defense of fast food.  Within the past month I’ve read two articles critical of McDonald’s and watched virtually the same public outrage repeat itself in each […]