"It is possible to die from eating. But I think to be professional means you don't die." (Takeru Kobayashi)

Thursday, April 26, 2007


Ever notice how things never look in real life the way they do in advertisements? Mainly fast food. Perfect buns, perfect grill marks, every condiment showing. Little beads of water on the lettuce and tomatoes. It's all the hard work of food stylists. Yeah, people actually get paid to do that for a living.

Liz sent me a link to a page that shows fast food items from advertisements and compares them to the real deal. Whoppers, McMuffins, Big Macs. Below is the Arby's Beef n Cheddar sandwich. Pretty sad looking, isn't it?


Blogger Skinnyboy said...

Ha, that's awesome..

9:48 AM

Anonymous Philly Guy said...

This post is proof that lack of me creates less comments.

12:08 PM

Blogger Carey said...

of course, Pete. The rest of us have a moral obligation to balance out your nonsense dribble with intelligent insight. :)

2:30 PM

Blogger Mega Munch said...

I'll test Philly Guy's theory in my next post.

7:40 PM

Blogger Carey said...

Oh please Dave, don't do something drastic like an expose on the eating habits of a Drexel competitive eater. j/k PM

8:13 AM

Anonymous Philly Guy said...

the demise of the pete = ratings theory

11:21 AM

Blogger Carey said...

Now I would like to invite you all to go to the next blog and comment as much as you can, to show Pete the real reason why the cheese steak blogs were getting so much response (besides Dave's excellent writing ability)

11:28 AM


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