Sunday, September 12 2010 @ 06:32 PM UTC, From: doug
When my friend placed the piece of salami in the chocolate fountain, ate it, and told me it was actually pretty delicious, I didn't believe him. But trying it for myself, it was true that the salty meat went well with a chocolatey coating. Interesting. Even more interesting are Mo's Bacon Bars (a blend of applewood smoked bacon and chocolate) created by Vosges. Mmm.
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A House Made Of Meat
Wednesday, July 21 2010 @ 03:21 AM UTC, From: doug
This is definitely a weird one, but (in a way) for both our meat eater and vegetarian readers. A house made of meat sounds horrible, but what if it was a victimless structure? What if the meat used to construct the house was grown in vitro, in a lab? Okay, yes, it's still somewhat horrible. But not nearly as horrible as the idea of using sphincter muscles that can open and close for windows and doors. How do you get it to open? Just a little tickle near the edge, obviously.
It's always amazing the things I can find while out traveling the internet. It's even more amazing the things that get sent to me, and all I have to do is just sit on my lazy, meat-filled ass waiting for them to arrive. Today, I have a super-special offering for you, sent to me by the one and only Suzanne Ramsey, Kitten On The Keys. I present to you the song "Salty Meat Girl" in wonderfully free MP3 format:
Aside from salty meat, I'm not exactly sure what Kitten is into, but you can learn more about this San Francisco bay area singer on her website. Or feel free to creep her Flickr account for all sort of strange surprises (although suspiciously devoid of meat).
There was once a time when Hats Of Meat was just an idea. Then it was a website, then it got lost in the ether for a while at which point we hosted a copy of the site here for a couple of years. Then Hats Of Meat was revived. And now... It is with Great Importance that we announce the 2010 Gala Relaunch of:
Sometime around April-May 2003, one of the great sites of the internet disappeared: HATS of MEAT. In order to provide this meaty entertainment to the masses, Meatsicle hosted a copy of the HATS of MEAT site that was recreated using the magic that is the internet.
However, in late 2005 the original HATS of MEAT came back into existence. And Steven Bean Levy who runs the site has now started to add new material. So that meat hat adventurers are provided the full experience, Meatsicle is now redirecting all HATS of MEAT traffic to the original site. Check out the new content on HATS of MEAT