September 21, 2007

FOOD FIGHT!

I love how marketers tend appeal to the lowest common denominator. In this particular case, Eat Better America wants me to know about healthy recipes. But alas, I couldn't give a durn and will stubbornly continue to feed my baby chicken nuggets and goldfish till the cows come home. "We know," they say, "let's appeal to her sense of filth. What would tempt her above all else to visit our site and be suckered into learning about healthy foods?

A food fight. Yes my friends, I'm happy to tell you that I've been allowing myself to be slowly brainwashed with talk about omega threes and good carbs while trying my hand at spaghetti slinging. If anyone else is missing the days of elementary school food fights, head on over and test your hand at flinging some squishy, sloppy entrees at trash talking lunch ladies and ninjas. Trust me, it's worth a few minutes of your time and you'll be amazed at how the sound of sweet potatos mashing into a ninjas face can give you warm fuzzies. And when you're all done you'll find yourself thinking of omega three for no reason at all. Now if only you knew what those were...

Roll up your sleeves and start a food fight!

4 comments:

aubrey said...

oooh, that was fun. i loved that the food got on my computer screen. supercool. thanks for sharing. i'm feeling more foodsmart already.

ang said...

That recipe for spicy veggie meatballs look like a LOT of work. Don't they know WHY people eat chicken nuggets and goldfish? Open package, dump out (maybe onto a plate, maybe not). Microwave as needed. When I see upwards of 20 ingredients, I'm gonna pass and find something in the freezer section.

Sarah said...

You actually read a recipe? Goodness, woman, what part of "food fight" don't you get?!

I'm a 4 ingredients or less person myself. Poor Penny.

pflower10 said...

I'm showing this one to my kids...they'll love it as I do.