Awhile ago, a guest on the Today Show taught us that it's never wise to cheese off a waiter before your food comes. We won't elaborate. You can figure this one out for yourself.
We took that one to heart because we love to eat. You know our motto: "Food is Good!", or at least it was until we saw a episode of ABC's Wife Swap.
In case you missed it, the episode featured a family living on an isolated farm in Iowa. They only eat what they grow, harvest and kill themselves. Notice we didn't say, grow, harvest, kill and cook themselves. That's because they eat everything raw -- even meat. Watching them chow down on raw chicken was bad enough, but when they brought out the "high meat" -- raw meat that's been in a Mason jar in the refrigerator for months -- we put down our forks. They rarely clean or bathe because they believe that "bacteria is their friend." Heaven help the San Francisco woman who had to swap with this family. They must have paid her a whole LOT of money. Read more here:
But Wife Swap was quickly eclipsed by the real, life second installment in the Taco Bell saga. The E-coli tainted lettuce they served a few months ago was surpassed by the big, old well-fed rats running rampant in New York City's Greenwich Village Taco Bell / KFC restaurant. If you're not easily offended, click here:
After this month, we thought we might have to rethink "Food is Good". And then we stumbled upon the first Cadbury Cream Eggs of 2007 ...