Wiener Roast, Rag & Bone and Dog Fighters

Wiener Roast: If you’ve ever wondered why men identify with charring meat, check out the article I wrote about dude-culture and barbecuing!


Rag & Bone’s organic knits. You know we think wool is ‘effed up. Rag & Bone, whose aesthetic we love, has some really great knits in organic cotton for Spring ’09. Did you know that 25% of ALL PESTICIDES used globally is for cotton?

Rag & Bone Chunky Shawl Neck Cardigan

Rag & Bone Superfine Organic Cotton HoodieRag & Bone Superfine Organic Cotton Hoodie

Knock Out Dog Fighting: Tito Ortiz, Cung Lee, and other bad-asses take a stand against dog fighting. Check it out!

Gardein …tastes…. like… chicken. I picked up some It’s All Good brand veggie-chick’n in tomato tuscan marinade because it’s made with this really great faux meat called Gardein, and I hadn’t tried it yet. It was really convincing (scarily so, for this more-than-a-decade-vegan), and has 26 grams if protein per serving! Wow.  I prepared it over quinoa with some steamed greens:



5 Responses to Wiener Roast, Rag & Bone and Dog Fighters

  1. Demetrius Bagley says:

    Hi, where did you buy the It’s All Good please?


  2. @Demetrius
    WholeFoods fridge section.

  3. John says:

    I tried their pulled chicken barbeque in a sandwhich the other day. As soon as I bit into it I thought I had made some horrible mistake and was chewing on real meat. I had to double-check the package to make sure it was actually chicken-free. Good stuff!

    • Elliot says:

      Wow, I had the exact opposite experience. I tried the BBQ chicken kind, and upon chowing down wondered why the heck it tasted like cardboard chunks in brown gravy. The texture was okay, I guess, but the flavor was absolutely awful.

  4. Pierre says:

    The first time I ever saw Cung Le fight (years ago on ESPN at like 1 a.m. — the only time you could see non-boxing fighting), I couldn’t believe the way he would take down guys with that jumping scissor sweep thing. blew my mind, I tell you!

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