Sometimes one wonders if being a lawyer is something mandatory, when dealing with food. For example: does ‘raw’ equals ‘fresh’ and does ‘fresh’ equals ‘raw?’
It doesn’t. So why all this fuzziness with words when it comes to food? One would think that consumers should be both the best informed as well as the best protected individuals. Oh, I get it, yeah, profit-margins and such.
What’s with this intriguing bond between cats and cars? Cars kill cats, but stil they use them to crawl under fro protection, use the hood for some serious sunbathing and above all, that mysterious sniffing at tires. What do those wheels tell cats?
I’m told that the Chinese used ice to store and preserve food/s over 3000 years ago. I have no problem believing mankind being that smart or investigative early on. But then I ask myself, ‘Who or what gave us those frigid temperatures?’ Given the minus [-] 273 degrees Celsius out there, I guess the universe does.
With Afro-, Japanese-, Korean-, Irish-, German, Pakistani- and countless other Americans, who is the real, the All-American? Those who lived there before we called it our ‘new home’ from home?
If you’d order your dog to ‘vetch’ something you’d be amazed what he’d be hauling back.
Are food critics simply failed chefs, the same way referees are individuals who suck at playing the games they judge?
As it turns out, recent research has proven the invisible firefly to be nothing more but a torch [with rechargeable batteries] with neat, formidable wings.