which parent’s cooking do Peter, Jason, and Paige really detest: Andy’s or Roger’s?
I’m w/ Jason.
As a 5 year long vegetarian recently turned carnivore I can tell a huge difference in fake meat vs real meat. You just can’t get steak or ribs without killing an animal.
Turn that grill up-side down and you have a Space-X Falcon 9.
Are we being led to believe he burnt them so badly you can’t tell what it is?
Who’s dad trying to be – Crankshaft!?
At least no actual hamburgers were harmed this time around.
So… weren’t the previous “meatless” after BBQ?
I think that all the E-coli and any other nasty organisms are now dead. As is the flavor.
Today’s classic Sunday strip we’re missing:
My husband & I once worked at a bingo parlour; we were paid $20 a night, plus dinner at the snack bar. Whenever we ordered cheeseburgers, we found them to taste dry and “grassy”. One time, right before we ordered, we happened to look towards the freezer, and there they were: veggie burgers. After that, we ordered pizza, which was delivered there. NOBODY can convince me that veggie burgers taste as good as regular burgers!
Made from the finest pine nuts and beetle droppings.
Plants and animals are carbon-based. They can all be reduced to charcoal.
I recently tried a meatless burger made from black beans and it tasted pretty much like meat.
Char is the keyword here.
From briquettes to brickets?
I wonder how Andy feels that they’re being cooked with carbon-releasing chracoal?
All Charcoal tastes the same.
And charcoal is indeed meatless.
I heard that Texans like their beef burnt because they don’t want to be reminded it’s probably a steer they knew personally
Can you tell that they are not charcoal?……
I first thought of the Abbott and Costello sketch where Costello unwittingly eats a burger with a necklace in it, perplexed by the crunchiness.
Crunch? I don’t think I’ve ever eaten a burger that went “crunch!”
Can you tell if they are really food?
Except for the extra sodium and saturated fat, they’re also better for you than meat! And don’t mind the chemical additives intended to make it appear to “bleed”.
If vegans don’t really want meat, why do they spend so much time trying to invent a Frankenstein substance meant to taste, look, feel and even “bleed” like meat? Shouldn’t they just be happy with their diet of grains, nuts, fruits and veggies? I’ll happily not try to force my dietary preferences on them if they don’t try to force their’s on me.
Have an eggcellent, bacony, cheesy day!
The BTUs he gets… he could buy a steam turbine, retire, and supply the neighborhood with electricity
A hockey puck, by any other name…
Soylent Green here we (humanity) come – like sheep.