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Saturday Night Open Thread

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On August 20, 2016
I had a red eye last night with the dreaded Chicago layover, meaning that sleep was even more disrupted than normal. I got nothing. Except for this. Boo! pic.twitter.com/3KXsPAFyZu — 70s Dinner Party (@70s_party) August 20, 2016 It takes a lot to make me viscerally disgusted at this point in my life. But that’ll do. […]

Chicken Minced Meat

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On August 16, 2016

I am soon returning to East Coast Exile, reality, and regular blogging. Until then, this. 1980's Soviet Estonian TV ad for minced chicken meat by filmmaker Harry Egipt. A vegetarian's nightmar

Whole Paycheck

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On June 16, 2016

I too am shocked that a company founded by an anti-union libertarian jerk would completely ignore not only basic food safety principles but the FDA’s orders to do something about it. Share

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I’ve heard of meat eaters showing contempt for vegans, but I guess I never made the connection between veganism and undermining the nation-state. A vegan cafe in the centre of Tbilisi was shocked to find itself the subject of far-right ire after a group arrived and threw meat on patrons’ plates, leading to a public […]
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While I enjoy most standard breakfast foods to various degrees, the American fetish for breakfast is completely out of control. This is especially true for bacon, a vastly overrated meat. But really, the fetish is for the whole experience. There are multiple parts to it. One of course is the bacon thing. The second is […]

Oysters

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On April 9, 2016

Delicious and interesting! Life isn’t easy for a tiny baby oyster. Because they are so small and defenseless without a fully formed shell, oyster babies are often gobbled up by other marine life

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On Peeps

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On March 25, 2016
It’s always good to have a union-based holiday. So here’s a list of union-made candy, usefully provided by UFCW. Support your brothers and sisters by shopping union-made this Easter! pic.twitter.com/6iXOeQ4No9 — UFCW (@UFCW) March 24, 2016 However, I want to be clear on something. Don’t blame unions for Peeps. Peeps are candy bought by parents […]

African Influences

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On February 18, 2016

This very interesting profile of the culinary scholar Michael Twitty reinforces one key point for any reader–that African influences on the United States are basically still ignored. African-Ame

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