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Just passing this post along from fellow local blogger at Last One Eating. This story has been making the rounds for a bit and I see that the company is trying to do some damage control now. People are free to believe whatever they want, but people are also free to express their displeasure with a boycott. There are many alternatives to Barilla products out there, some of them are even local! Personally, I like what the Beekman Boys have put out since 25% of their profits will go back to help small farmers. Sure it’s not local (at least not in SE Michigan), but Josh Kilmer-Purcell is a Michigan State grad. Go Spartans!
Yet again there is another food related foot in mouth incident of bigotry. The food world had just been through the Paula Deen drama.
Now Guido Barilla, of Barilla Pasta has jumped on the anti-gay bandwagon .
You probably have a box of Barilla pasta in your home right now. I did.
Guido Barilla, whose firm has almost half the Italian pasta market and a quarter of that in the US, told Italy’s La Zanzara radio show last night: “I would never do an advert with a homosexual family…if the gays don’t like it they can go an eat another brand.
“For us the concept of the sacred family remains one of the fundamental values of the company.”
He added: “Everyone has the right to do what they want without disturbing those around them”. But then the pasta magnate upped the ante by attacking…
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Hey y’all! I’ve had a weird week, and not in a good way. I had a weird interview followed by back-to-back days of unrelated volleyball injuries. Huzzah! Well, watching this video made me feel better. It is fall and if you remember my post from a couple of weeks back, it is time for Pumpkin-Spice everything! This video shows how some people might feel about that. And yes, I did post this on Facebook yesterday, but I liked it so much I wanted to share it here.
Now it’s probably too late in the season for corn, but getting some fresh corn is absolutely amazing. If you’re still in season, head down to your farmer’s/farmers market and get yourself some. Here’s an old post of mine with a recipe for some corn on the grill.
And just a reminder for folks, these are just some images that I either find on the Interwebs or that have been sent to me. So I do not own them and will gladly take them down if it becomes problematic. Just don’t be jerks about it. You know who you are.
I’m on Facebook, too! Happy Friday, y’all!
Bonus post! Aren’t you excited? And you thought Friday the 13th is bad luck! Just saw this yesterday on the blog by Amy Blandes and just had to share. This is my favorite time of year. Check out this post from a couple of weeks ago which helps explain why. It just makes me think of cozying up with friends and family with a lot of food and booze. And it’s good to celebrate with your peeps!
But it’s not just the time for pumpkin this and pumpkin that. There’s pumpkin-pie-spice-flavored everything, too. Like those M&Ms that I’ve never seen before. Oh well, Happy Friday!
Episode 2!!! So exciting!!! Now this is a dilemma that I always have. Is it just me?
A friend of mine did just recently let me know that there is a such thing as Pumpkin Spice M&Ms. Have not seen any around; I will still be hunting around for them. Anyone else try them before?
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It’s an exciting day here in the Kitchen! Well, actually I’m in the dining room, but that’s beside the point. It’s Friday and the start of the weekend (a long Labor Day Weekend mind you)! And what’s a better way to start the weekend than with a little fun! Of course, since this is Jereme’s Kitchen, why not focus on food? Now I’ve done a couple of posts like this before (and I’ll probably show some of those again), but it was sporadic at best. This time I’ll do my utmost to make this a regular feature.
These are just some things that I’ve found perusing the Interwebs or that have been sent to me because folks thought I could appreciate them. So I thought that I’d share this goodness with my faithful readers. Maybe you’ll find a bit of yourselves in these posts. Enjoy!
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Just read this and it touches on the intersection of the issues of poverty and food / nutrition. Will reading this solve the issue? No, but I would like to think that this would help folks better understand the plight of poverty. Please give it a read. Maybe it will inspire some action.