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

Thursday, October 04, 2007


October is here. That means playoff baseball (fucking Mets), tailgating at football games and cooler weather around the corner. It also means Wing Bowl is drawing nearer. And if you've ever partied from 10pm till 5am in the parking lot of the Holiday Inn before Wing Bowl in February, you know it can get pretty cold (but only if you stop drinking).

Wing Bowl or no Wing Bowl, it might be a good idea to pick up a bacon scarf to keep your neck area nice and warm and stylish. You can pick one up over at Shopsin's General Store for $35. While you're at it, pick up some bacon salt from the guys at BaconSalt.com. I've owned some for about three months now and so far I can tell you, it's pretty much replaced regular salt (which I used to love) in my daily diet. Seriously, those salt people should consider adding some flavor to that stuff because once Cheese Salt is invented, it's pretty much over for them.


Blogger Carey said...

If they really put some thought into it it would be shaped more like bacon. Bacon isn't perfectly rectangular. Also, there needs to be shading, and use an off white material, not the bleached white that they are using.

3:25 PM

Anonymous Philly Guy said...

I've already started my Wing Bowl tailgate party. Bacon scarves could only help.

6:30 PM

Blogger Carey said...

Pete, somehow I get the feeling that you are talking about actual bacon.
You could pair that up with a meat helmet.

9:40 AM

Anonymous Philly Guy said...

Nothing like a gimick that causes food poisoning.

11:19 AM

Blogger Carey said...

Pete, there are tribes that wear necklaces made of grubs so that when they go into battle, they have a food source to keep them nourished. The Hooligan tribe goes into battle wearing cuts of meat around their neck.

12:35 PM

Blogger Mega Munch said...

I like the way you guys think. Edible scarves. Those grub necklaces remind me of those candy necklaces we used to nibble on as kids.

10:33 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

oink oink my name is fat philbin

12:37 AM


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