The Fransk – a new kind of fusion

On an excursion to the world’s oldest amusement park, Bakken, which is just outside of Copenhagen in Denmark, we were stimulated by many things, namely the French-Scandinavian cuisine! We had been hearing about the French-inspired take on the famous Danish pølser – a boiled hot dog, usually served with remoulade, a sweet mustard or ketchup, fried onions, and a bun. This new kind of food-fusion was available on nearly every street corner, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to indulge.

Jess was attracted to the giant ice cream cone, but Ben couldn’t be stopped by the sweet smell coming from the Grill.

 

But what should we choose?

 

So many choices!! Boiled? Grilled? Bun or no bun? Toppings? or … what’s this? a BAGUETTE?!?!?!

 

Could the choice be any clearer?

 

Displaying the Fransk proudly

 

EXTREME CLOSE UP! Look how the dog is surrounded by baguette!

 

How do you say “unique” in French?

Monster im GemüseregalSonderausstellung

I found this photo on one of my favorite non food blogs Monster Brains , and I wanted to share it with all of you!

This is just an advertising image for a  German biology museum exhibit about how crazy food is, i think.. here is the translation from the page…

Tomatoes, potatoes, bananas – all familiar companion with our patronages in the supermarket. But why these fruit and kinds of vegetable look so, how we it in the shelf to find? Why don’t bananas contain seeds? How from once do kohlrabi and once a Karfiol develop for the same plant type? Which for us today is in reality the result of efforts lasting for thousands of years of humans from wildly occurring kinds cultural forms appears normal also for humans positive characteristics to be bred. In the direct comparison with the game forms one cannot often fight off thereby the impression that under the influence of humans „monsters developed “.

here is the original text and website

http://www.landesmuseum.at/en/biology-center/event-details/monster-im-gemueseregal/

ok! Bye!

 

 

Wrap-N-Mat

So here’s just a little quickie about this cool little thing I picked up. They have been around forevah, but I ‘ve never gotten one until a few weeks ago.

And it’s pretty good so far, it does all the stuff it says it will, easy to close, stays closed, and washes easy. It’s only good for one sandwich, so there’s no room for piggy business or date night with this size. You should get one and quit using disposable shit. Or better yet make your own. Here’s a video about doing just that.