Saturday, February 14, 2009

WTF - THIS IS INSANE, ISN'T IT? OR MAYBE IT'S ME...

I am watching the food network while i search the internet and play with the cat. There was a guy on tv just now who went into a store (?) called Freezable Feast i think where he selected a recipe, went through a kind of buffet or salad bar line and chose the ingredients from the recipe and combined them in a dish. Lasagna was to be the eventual dish i believe. Apparently he then was supposed to take this home and put it in his freezer. I assume at some point in the future he is supposed to remove it from the freezer and cook it somehow and then eat it.
THIS IS SO WRONG ON SO MANY LEVELS I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHERE TO BEGIN ...
GGGRRRRRR!
I just googled them and their website makes no sense. Maybe they are now out of business. The tv show was shot a few years ago. No listing in the houston yellow pages.
Whew!

3 comments:

San Diego Farmgirl said...

LOL! Don't you hate this kind of stuff! I had a moment like yours back in December over these people:

onedollardietproject.wordpress.com

Granted, their goal of raising awareness about hunger is a noble one, but the way they went about trying to live on $1 a day was ridiculous. They drank TANG to get their vitamin C, and they live in San Diego. HELLO?!?!? People throw citrus away every day from overproducing trees in every single back yard! What a sad state of affairs, that we're so brainwashed by consumerism that people think purchasing food is the only way to get it. And they got so much publicity, so many poor people now thinking, "I'm poor, too, I guess all I can afford is Tang."

I guarantee these two turned down free produce in their breakrooms from co-workers. What exactly, does this prove?

sam said...
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Anonymous said...

Hey Duane,

This is a post from another Blooming-in-Spacer. I just wanted to let you know that there is now a "Contact" section to our website. Have a look at that to see how you can communicate with other folks who are part of the network.

Cheers.