But the majority of shareholders for Kraft are hedge funds and mutual funds. That means the owners of Kraft are essentially in finance, not food. When I was researching this this weekend, trying to find the majority of shareholders for Kraft, Anne said “You are in a rabbit hole, man” and I was like, “I know. I get in a rabbit hole every time I start looking into queso.” And this is why. Queso always goes back to processed cheese.
I know I’m always on about Cabo Bob’s, but I’m not shilling here. This is a post for the AFBA City Guide. This is an exception to my “no reviews” policy. I hope I haven’t forever damaged my credibility by not staying true to my own manifesto. To keep it real, I’ve added a rhetorical […]
I happen to like the way Franklin situates his no sauce approach: he provides at least three amazing sauces at his restaurant, but regularly says that good meat doesn’t need sauce. He has his opinion. He is firm and clear in his belief, but he relaxes it in the name of hospitality. And he doesn’t even cut corners on his sauces. His sauces are good, even though he believes that his meat doesn’t need them.
I have been doing a lot of burrito research because I’m giving a talk on burrito rhetorics in the Spring. I know this is an article from The Onion: Grad student deconstructs take out menu. It’s totally true. But I’m the embodiment of The Onion’s take on a grad student. Sometimes I feel like The Onion is following me around to get satirical material.