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Goddess Bless The Washington Post

June 6, 2007

And their amazing culinary writers.  For the inside track on the most genius idea since TCBY invented pumpkin frozen yogurt, please read THIS ARTICLE, illuminating the significance of color-coordinated food.  On this topic, if you ever want to be complimented on a simple salad, remember only one thing:  ROYGBIV.  The more colors included in the salad, the more chance folks will eat it, love it, and think you’re amazing.  Of course the Japanese knew about food fueng shui way before the rest of us, I’m just glad we’re catching on.  Then again, one time when I was a camp counselor, one of my 6-year-0ld campers opened her bag for lunch and uncovered a bento box of edamame, sushi, and a small little salad.  My heart went out to her as she solemnly gazed at her friends chowing down on stacks of salty ham Lunchables, cheetos, and Hi-C.   So let’s just save the culinary snobbery for those of voting age, or at least enrolled in private school. 

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Kathryn permalink
    June 7, 2007 1:11 am

    Your link is broken because you have a redundant http

  2. djjmr3 permalink
    June 7, 2007 3:08 pm

    Might I recommend an interesting food article in my favorite rag, the NYT, concerning the perils of dining with “foodies.”

  3. Suzy permalink
    June 11, 2007 12:14 am

    Okay, I bookmarked the new blog and will now proceed to comment as often as possible. It was great to see you this weekend…see you at H and B’s farewell party!!

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