One of the hottest trends in food marketing, apparently, is using the double meaning of a common word to spur a promotional tie-in with an often-overlooked winter sport! Two years ago, Cheetos — the self-proclaimed master of the cheese curl — used a pun as their reasoning for sponsoring USA Curling as the team pursued their dream of medaling at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Whether you call it stuffing or dressing, whether you make it with white, sourdough, rye, or cornbread, and whether you cook it inside or outside the cavity of a turkey, the bready side-dish is, in my opinion, the unsung hero of Thanksgiving dinner.
“It’s kind of crazy on Earth right now, so we came to space to get some perspective and acquire some knowledge,” Ghostface Killah explains with little irony early on in the first episode of Wu-Tang in Space Eating Impossible Sliders. As strange as the title of this four-part web series sounds, it’s also a bit of a misnomer: Throughout the first three-and-a-half minute video, we rarely see Ghost or his co-host the GZA eat any White Castle Impossible Sliders.
The great thing about fake (or not-so-fake) food holidays is that there's always another one around the corner. Yesterday was National Biscuit Day, today is National Chocolate Chip Day, tomorrow is National Barbecue Day. And even better is when some of those food holidays overlap.
Netflix's The Crownmay have you dreaming of a romantic English castle getaway, but this Valentine's Day, Americans have been once again given the opportunity to celebrate their love at (and/or of) another form of castle: White Castle.