Thursday, March 04, 2010

Blind Faith

I did a double blind taste test and found out a few things.

1 - the meal that was made with love tasted the exact same as the food made without love.
There's no difference.  This tells me that they lie to you on the Food
Network when they say that you can "tell this was made with love"


2 - A single blind taste test isn't nearly enough, and a triple blind taste test is just ridiculous.

3 - Love is blind, so is it crazy to think it also has a lousy palette?  I'm just saying that love doesn't add nearly as much to a dish as say...I don't know...salt...or bacon.  I'm not saying that love is bad, it just isn't bacon when it comes to deliciousness in a sandwich.


  1. Ah yes. But love would know to put salt or bacon on your particular sandwich as where Thorntons hot dog roller really doesn't. As a matter of fact, I don't think love would make you a sandwich in the first place. Indifference would make you a sandwich, Love would serve you "Kings Bacon" and perfectly grilled grass fed steak to your liking. Mmmm love. It's the only thing that there's just too little of.

  2. i think what it all comes down to is the simple fact that you can't one up bacon. it's obvious if you ask me. which you did not, i recognize.

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