A Fathers Day gift from my daughter
She funny girl.
If you get a Cuisinart later today will you make a cooking video like Megan?
A chip off the old salt lick, she is. You done raised her right.
Nifty. Does that mean you can write for the Atlantic now?
a former co-worker had pink salt. It goes really well with some Indian dishes: the minerals in the salt complement the seasonings in the food.
I object to this post and will be writing Jane to complain!
Happy Father’s Day TBogg! What’d the puppies get ya?
Been saving this one up for you and McMegan, Tom.
Refillable Ceramic Himalayan Salt Inhalers, at popular prices. [Henry McGee: I'd hardly call those popular prices. Benny Hill: Well I like them]
Can’t wait for the kitchen restoration blog.
We interrupt this program for a special announcement:
Awwwww, she loves her Daddy. You are lucky, TBogg.
Happy Fathers day to all deserving Dads.
We now return your program to its regularly scheduled snark…
Deep within the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains is the healthiest salt in the world. Talented craftsmen and artists carefully select, hand-carve and shape the unique salt crystals that are used to create Salt Crystal Lamps.
Also too, doubles as a salt-lick for Bow Hunting season.
If you want to be really douchey-decadent, use it as a body scrub.
“To get back to the warning that I received. You may take it with however many grains of pink salt that you wish. That the brown acid pink salt that is circulating around us isn’t too good. It is suggested that you stay away from that. Of course it’s your own trip. So be my guest, but please be advised that there is a warning on that one, ok?”
At least it wasn’t a lifetime subscription to The National Review.
Whoa, come by my place later dude, it’s awesome, we’re totally doing our fucking brains out, man, with some fucking heavy salt.
What a Gud Gurl!
Isn’t that what Captain FaceEater in Florida was doing?
Okay, one last wack at poor silly McMegan. Note what is missing in this video of actual chef Gordon Ramsay preparing a simple (!) meal of scrambled eggs:
He’s got a couple pans and a couple hand tools, and that’s it. Learn, McMegan, learn.
Too Gross! To Gross!
Not a power tool in sight. If he could have substituted an open fire for the toaster he probably would have done.
I once had some Himalayan Pink Salt, but I didn’t like it. And I didn’t inhale.
The L&T Casey is aware of all internet traditions.
Hell, three-quarters of the kitchen gadgets out there aren’t needed if you just keep your damned knives sharp. (Though if you do, keep them well out of reach of little ones until the little ones get a little bigger.)
I always knew that kid was gonna be trouble.
Just what I would expect from the offspring of The World’s Greatest Digital Smartass.
Happy Father’s Day, Tbogg. Ya done good.
It was probably easier to find and cheaper than McGargle’s reality shift calculator. It’s said she can calculate her way to a time when her grandmother was to ignorant to go the grocery store and leavened bread by hand. Or something….
too ignorant! damnit!
The day I got one of those silicon scraper thingies was a day of celebration in the GWPDA kitchen. No more catching the spoon in the mixer! Still, non-mechanical, pretty much. (Goes back to check on strawberry pound cake’s progress.)
Hey T, are you back from your Fathers’ Day outing?
What? No McMegan-approved salt pig to store it?
Seems to me she’s telling you she reads your blog.
@Nylund: the salt pig would perfect the image.
A loving, and well loved child just has to be the singular father’s day gift that you can receive (hopefully every year)- it’s almost like a certificate of completion, or performance review that says, yes, you’ve done a good job (perhaps one of the few jobs that actually matters).
Grab a top shelf tequila, and a lime, (you’ve got the salt) and if your lucky body-shots with the Mrs.
I lol’d. Good one, Casey!
I actually have only the one knife, which seems to work for everything.
It’s the Norman Bates signature model.
That picture on the top of the label – does that mean the product is dolphin-safe?
What? Your kid’s too cheap to buy you a $1500 blender?
So how is it? Really, I’m curious.
Tastes like chicken.
Your daughter pays attention! That is an awesome present.
Huh. I just bought my dad a bottle of Bacardi rum. But I labeled it “Vitamin Water.”
roflmao! 100 points for the awesome L&T Casey!
Sssshh! You’re gonna spoil the Christmas surprise! Flawless bechamel for everybody!
…and Noonan approved!
The “T” in L&T Casey is clearly deserved.
Hope you enjoyed the day!