Back again for another food roundup where cheesemakers are targeted, airline food is on the up, photoshop wizards are infuriating and where gadgetry is all hands on lunacy.
1) Terminal(ly) Poor Airline Food All Set To Take Off
Once upon a time, before budget airlines destroyed the dining service in the air hospitality world, every single customer could be treated to truly atrocious food. It was part of the holiday experience, and the last thing you know you’d risk before a sitting inside a tin can propelled by explosive fuel… Anyway, British Airways have decided that they want to change the status quo and finally give us good food. Hallelujah!
2) I Wanted To Destroy Something Beautiful
Take something you love, destroy it with Photoshop. Well that’s what these food “haters” seem to have done. Eatosi is equally impressed and annoyed, it happens regularly.
3) Pour Yourself A Drink, Or Not…
We hate useless gadgets, as you may have gathered in a previous rant. Well, welcome to the sublimely ridiculous; where £285 pays for a wine bottle opener that you need not uncork the bottle. Alternatively, there is a great invention called the screw cap, you know, available on 70% of bottled wine across the world where, you turn the cap counter-clockwise, lift the bottle and then hey presto, wine reaches the glass.
4) Cheesemakers Are A Little, Blue
When the anti-sugar lobby decides that the press needs to know how bad sugar is, the media take note. It used to be that way with salt. Salt is, was, remains to be, bad. So bad is the sodium potassium in our diet that cheesemakers have been targeted with absurd limitations. I say we all stand with the cheesemakers, cheese is good, salt lobby is bad.
5) We Blame The High Sugar, High Salt Diet
OK, after the last article we think sugar and salt are to blame for the Food Network’s downfall, as well as Guy Fieri. Well, we actually agree that he does look like the lead singer of a mid 90’s college rock band, we also agree with… pretty much everything else. One man has destroyed a network, like Simon Cowell has destroyed music.