Showing posts with label meat. Show all posts
Showing posts with label meat. Show all posts

Gross Out Your Vegan Friends With This Steak Set Wrapping Paper.

Another fun collection of gift wrap from Gift Couture that is bound to excite meat-eaters and disgust vegetarians. After success with their now sold out Cheeseburger wrapping paper set, Sarah Fey and Justin Colt have now successfully funded their second set via kickstarter.

The Steak Set includes Two 25” x 21” sheets of steak paper, One 25” x 21” sheet of cutting board paper, One sheet of white butcher paper, Twine, One Meat Tray and Two Gift Labels.


This set includes:
Two 25” x 21” sheets of steak paper
One 25” x 21” sheet of cutting board paper
One sheet of white butcher paper
One Meat Tray
Two Gift Labels

Visit Gift Couture here

Three New York Meat and Cheese Lovers Go Vegan For Six Weeks and Get Vegucated.

Part sociological experiment and part adventure comedy, Vegucated is a award-winning documentary that follows three meat and cheese-loving New Yorkers from different backgrounds who, for six weeks, adopt a vegan diet and a whole new way of thinking about food.

Now, personally, I love my artery clogging animal parts and fat-laden dairy so much I fear I'd never participate in such an experiment. Nor, do I want to know the ugly truth behind how my meat is treated and prepared (I've seen all those tragic PETA films). That being said, the trailer for this documentary made me feel instantly shamed and admittedly piqued my curiosity.

Vegucated is a feature-length documentary that follows three meat and cheese-loving New Yorkers who agree to adopt a vegan diet for six weeks. There’s Brian, the bacon-loving bachelor who eats out all the time, Ellen, the single mom who prefers comedy to cooking, and Tesla, the college student who avoids vegetables and bans beans. They have no idea that so much more than steak is at stake and that the fate of the world may fall on their plates. Lured with true tales of weight lost and health regained, they begin to uncover hidden sides of animal agriculture and soon start to wonder whether solutions offered in films like Food, Inc. go far enough. Before long, they find themselves risking everything to expose an industry they supported just weeks before.

above: Marisa Miller Wolfson, Writer/Director/Editor

But can their conviction carry them when times get tough? What about on family vacations fraught with skeptical step-dads, carnivorous cousins, and breakfast buffets?

Part sociological experiment, part science class, and part adventure story, Vegucated showcases the rapid and at times comedic evolution of three people who share one journey and ultimately discover their own paths in creating a kinder, cleaner, greener world, one bite at a time.

If you are interested in renting/buying the DVD, taking the challenge for yourself, reading reviews of the film or learning more about the entire project, their sponsors and community groups, visit

Carnivorous Creativity. Meat America by Dominic Episcopo.

above: The Elvis shaped tenderloin is one of the many meat art images in Dominic Episcopo's upcoming new book

Today is Super Bowl Sunday, celebrating the 45th annual Championship Game of the NFL. What better time to do a post about Meat America, the very carnivorous creativity by photographer Dominic Episcopo? Known for his United Steaks of America series, Dominic has created more carnivorous art for his upcoming book, Meat America. Here are some Grade A Prime images you can really sink your teeth into - sorry, I couldn't resist.

Ben Franklin:

Abe Lincoln and Betsy Ross:

Eggs and bacon:

Nike Chop:

Michael Jackson Calf Liver:

Louisiana, Texas and California:

Kentucky Strip:

Nevada Lamb and Louisiana Gator:

Don't Tread On Meat:

Sacred Heart:


Philadelphia Breakfast:


MEAT AMERICA is not just a photo story, art print bonanza and upcoming book by renowned photographer Dominic Episcopo. According to Dominic, it's a state of mind, an eye-opening and artery-closing tour of America’s spirit of entrepeneurship, rebellion and positivity. It celebrates our appetite for insurmountable odds, limitless aspiration, and immeasurable success. A way for us to combine a few of our favorite things. Meat. Quotes. Facts. Photography. And the indefinable adjective that is “American.”

above: Photographer Dominic Episcopo

The official site of MEAT AMERICA.

Funky Find of The Week: Meat Alphabet

20 year old Robert J. Bolesta from Oxford, PA is a multi talented creative graduating from the Pratt Institute this year. Amongst his many interesting projects is the Value-pack. Packaged ground beef in the shape of each letter the alphabet (as well as numbers).
After all, when was the last time ground beef made you giggle?

Feel free to check out his work here at his site.

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