Thursday, April 19, 2012

Dinner Wig

So I made this for dinner.


Merken tastes a lot better than you’d think, mostly because it’s actually merkén, a Chilean seasoning blend of salt, cumin, coriander and something called cacho de cabra. But considering that merkén is a thing and all, you’d think whoever designed the packaging would have thought to include the accent mark, because merkins are also things. In fact, in spite of the associated shame, people would probably recognize merkin before they’d recognize merkén.

This is like the smen incident all over again.

Food gets sexy, previously:

3 comments:

  1. That ... mound does look wiglike.

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  2. I'm still sad Firestone Walker wimped out and changed the name of their stout from Velvet Merkin to Velvet Merlin when it went into wider production.

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