When it comes to religion, it’s generally frowned upon for a company to push its views on its employees. Yet, what about other views? Say, like eating meat? WeWork just announced that not only would the company no longer provide catering with meat at its office locations, but that it wouldn’t even allow employees to expense meals with meat.
The movie What the Health? has been blowing up lately. Even so far as pushing NFL left tackle Trent Williams to become a vegan. I haven’t yet seen the movie, but I do know that movies or other pieces of media show up like this here and there, only to have copious responses trying to debunk them and whatnot. I’m above all that, but when Trent Williams came out to say he cannot continue his vegan diet, I was ready to jump on it.
Tennis is the ultimate individual sport and while the world may be sick and tired of players who have been dominating for more than a decade, Sloane Stephens just breathed some new life into the sport with a win at the US Open. All this is good and well, but more importantly she knew how to celebrate – with some of the greatest food of all.
What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done while drunk? Broken a bone? Slept with an unsavory character? Got a tattoo? How about changing your frigging name to Bacon Double Cheeseburger? No? Well a British man formerly known as Sam Smith did just that. Of course, when compared to a name like Metta World Peace, Bacon Double Cheeseburger almost seems like the most sane name in the world.
While meat is easily the greatest food in the world, there are a few special people that not only need it to survive, but actually need to eat solely meat to survive. Oh, and not just any meat — raw meat. That’s where Derek Nance comes into play.
The Mountain Who Rides is easily one of the most memorable characters from A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones to you TV folk) and perhaps one of the best cast as well, at least the third time.
I don’t exactly come from a family that is into fancy food. This may be apparent in my reviews, but if not it should be apparent in the fact that for my mom’s 60th birthday all she wanted to do was eat at Heroes in Waterford, Michigan. You see, Heroes isn’t in any way a bad place, but it is at its basest level a bar and grill. A bar and grill, however, with whitefish that is too good for its own good.
The world seems to have an unhealthy obsession with Beyoncé, and now it seems that the child of destiny is confronting an unhealthy obsession of her own: veganism.
In the world of burritos, I have never fully bought into the supposed greatness of Chipotle. Sure, it’s reliable, but whatever. And now Chipotle has made a great blunder that almost makes me struggle to utter their name out loud. That blunder is Sofritas.