Food

Discussion of recipes, points of view and methodology with regard to pigs, humans and the enjoyment of food.

Bacon, loss and change

Bacon, loss and change

While growth is optional, loss and and change are an inevitable part of life. And bacon, well that is simply a necessity.

Cannibal, man and pig

Cannibal, man and pig

Think about this next time the pork is savory and your appetite keen… Human flesh is generally reported by the cannibal to taste quite a bit like pork, so that means that the pork we enjoy so much tastes like we are eating humans.

Culinary  pragmatism

Culinary pragmatism

The necessity of nutrition – pig or man, nothing is more interesting than those things that you eat. But while idealism – perfection, utopia, beauty, etc. – is food for the soul, a different mind-set is required to feed our bodies. Our appetites can have ideals, yes, but compromise, workability, and the pragmatism of necessity often play the major role.

Acceptance and self-sacrifice?

Acceptance and self-sacrifice?

Forget acceptance and self-sacrifice. Using the smiling swine to advertise the ham is delusion and obfuscation.