Monthly Archives: July 2011

Worst Snack in the Supermarket?

The winner: Hostess Chocolate Pudding Pie. Our choice for the worst snack hinges on the true meaning of the word “snack.” Dictionary.com defines it as “a small portion of food or drink.” (Frankly, we would dispute the small drink as constituting … Continue reading

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Fake Meat, Real Problems

Even though meat substitutes, like veggie burgers and hot dogs, are heavily processed and thus leave a rather large carbon footprint – they seem to get a pass because, well, because they’re not that evil red meat, we suppose. Vegans … Continue reading

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Really, Europe? Hot Dogs in a Can?

The next time your European friend tries to play the Old World sophistication card in your discussion of world events, we have the perfect counter … wieners in a can! And we bring two shining examples of these abominations of … Continue reading

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Does the World Really Need Spiked Popsicles?

“Poptails” … the spiking of popsicles with alcohol … now, to us this sounds like a felony instead of a fun summer refreshment. It is an admittedly great bridge into the drinking world. Every kid loves a cold fruity treat … Continue reading

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Farms Are for Pigs, Not Salmon!

Okay, to start off we feel we should admit that the very first spark of an image that flashed into our heads when we heard the term “salmon farms” was lines of workers planting salmon into the ground. Yes, it’s … Continue reading

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