Whoa people, everybody needs to just calm down! Who knew that people were so sad over bacon. Yes, they are cute little animals but they are also quite tasty. I respect that many of you out there might be vegan or vegetarian and that’s great, go you! (Side note, I was a vegan for a year too) But please also respect that I eat food, any food and every food you can think of. I will try anything and most of it was once a cute little animal. My goal with the blog is to bring you all things foodie and to spotlight the local Chefs and their restaurants.
What I don’t understand is when you post a negative comment on my picture about how you are disgusted or that this is an animal that went through something sad and then I look at your profile and you have pictures of all the animals you ate from huge uncooked lobster tails, to pepperoni on a pizza (psst, this is usually made out of beef and pork, that would be pig and cow). I feel like you’re being hypocritical and I don’t think it’s fair, nor do I understand why you’re so offended.
Is it wrong of me to be able to post pictures of what I experience on my feed? Do I need to be more politically correct or something? My goal is never to offend but I would assume if you follow me, you know I eat meat. I mean I posted a picture of frogs legs the other day for goodness sake, nobody spoke up for those little guys, wth!
If your concern is that the animals are being treated poorly, let me tell you how much a Chef respects the food that he cooks. Actually, why don’t you ask a Chef yourself about how much they respect the animals that they create their work of art with.
If you’re reading this and you are easily offended, let me apologize ahead of time. I try to sensor my pictures to a certain extent. I did refrain from posting a picture of the pig’s head from Chef Binkley’s dinner the other week but I can’t always help myself. What you may find “disgusting” I find beautiful because of the way the Chef prepares it for us and the love and passion that goes into each dish. My mother grew up in New Zealand on a farm and they slaughtered their own meat and ate it, my dad use to take us to the Jewish deli where we would eat cows tongue, this is how I grew up, this is how my children will grow up, it’s what I know.
And now back to your regular schedule of tacos and donut pics!