Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Brisket kippa


For vegetarians, presumably, grilled zucchini.

(Hats of Meat, via)

Also, Wikipedia kippa. Way too much information but you've gotta love it.

6 Comments:

Blogger DAVE said...

Nice

5:41 AM  
Blogger zp said...

why do i think raw meat on the human head would be less repulsive?

6:42 AM  
Anonymous Rebecca said...

You're wrong, zp, think of the cross-contamination! (During sex, for example.) Or just on your pillow, if you eat in bed as often as I do. xrgfCooked is much better.

12:20 PM  
Blogger Michelle said...

this image strikes me as vaguely barbaric.

1:40 PM  
Blogger mzn said...

Raw meat is much harder to slice thinly but it would hold together better on the wearer's head, especially if like me you are in the habit of braising your brisket until it's practially falling apart.

1:55 PM  
Blogger zp said...

I made this statement and then immediately regreted it. After I followed the links to "Hats of Meat" . . . I think I was imagining as less revolting the idea of a steak (not sliced, not ground) upon the head, which one is sort of accustomed to seeing, what with all the boxing, black eye uses, even in super sanitized cartoon form. Like a steak beret.

Plus, the implication (except for in I guess, certain tartare circumstances) is that the meat would be cooked and thus somewhat sterilized (by heat) before eating and after wearing. Of coure this, then, implies that my head is not as clean as my meat (possible contamination being from head to meat, not meat to person, which it sounds like I disagree with Rebecca over, in my imagination).

All of this is hypothetical. I hope.

You know, though, there is also the idea of, um, using beef tallow to moisturize the hands and feet and I think MFK Fisher suggests just this. Maybe she sticks to veg oils and butter though.

2:53 PM  

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