Feed Us Back: Comments of the Week
You ESers to all worked up this week, particular about the definition of a foodie. Nicky:
I think it’s funny that this question even comes up in this day and age. Are you telling me that people like Heidi Swanson at 101 Cookbooks are not foodies? I think people would be surprised to find out many of the foodies they know and love are vegetarian. Watch your backs meat eating foodies we are right on your tails.
erica has a better idea than posting calorie counts at fast food restaurants:
how about, rather than posting the calories, they post the actual ingredients? seems like that would be much more effective: instead of people complaining of being made to feel guilty, they’d be just plain grossed out.
And 80 Proof adds a great related note gansie’s seeds-inside-the-bagel revelation:
Not really related, but sort of. This is why I have always been a proponent of salting my ketchup instead of my fries. Unless the fries are just out of the oil and still a little moist, salt barely sticks. Not a problem when you salt the ketchup! Yet I have been ridiculed for this multiple times!
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