Thrilllist epically fails on Arizona’s Grossest Food

Please people, try a little harder! Ever hear of Menudo? It’s far more likely to be eaten in Arizona than Mesquite pods. Even though pods are everywhere very few people actually eat them or products made with mesquite pod flour – try finding mesquite stocked anywhere outside of a nursery, in a charcoal briquet or… Continue reading Thrilllist epically fails on Arizona’s Grossest Food

Rise of the Pre-Packaged Sandwich in Britain

Fascinating, detailed history of how the pre-packaged sandwich rose to glory in England. How the sandwich consumed Britain | The long read The long read: The world-beating British sandwich industry is worth £8bn a year. It transformed the way we eat lunch, then did the same for breakfast – and now it’s coming for dinner Source: How… Continue reading Rise of the Pre-Packaged Sandwich in Britain

The McRib returns to McDonald’s

It’s not even made from ribs – it’s pork pressed to look like ribs “The McRib consists of a restructured boneless pork patty shaped like a rib, barbecue sauce, onions, and pickles served on a 5 1⁄2 inches (14 cm) roll. Despite its name, it is primarily composed of pork shoulder meat, according to McDonald’s.”… Continue reading The McRib returns to McDonald’s

Catfight at Trader Joe’s over frozen noodles…

The Major is a big fan of T.J.’s, but come on people – Vegan isn’t qualified to be called food, much less fighting over. Trader Joe’s is a great place to get grubbing food, but it also attracts plenty of Hippies, Dippies and Upper Crusty Types. In this case, two women (An Opera Singer and… Continue reading Catfight at Trader Joe’s over frozen noodles…