Chinese watermelon sausage

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Photo by Josh Kucera, at True Slant: On the frontiers of commerce: Chinese watermelon sausage. And with that, I am stepping aside from the blog for a nutritious rainy-afternoon lunch, which will not contain anything resembling what's in this photo. (Thanks, Noah Shachtman)

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  1. This comment has nothing to do with this post.

    After years of being a Boing reader (under a number of banned and deleted identities), I don’t think I can stand the glossy format that we have now..

    Somehow it feels like I am reading something that I should be picking up at the checkout counter of the supermarket.

    The sense of being on the cutting edge of an online community has been replaced by the feeling of being yet another participant in the “Parade” magazine….

    1. This comment has nothing to do with this post.

      Then why WHY WHY is it in this thread?

      I’m officially calling shenanigans on complaining about the design in unrelated posts. You have been warned.

      1. Then why WHY WHY is it in this thread?

        people too lazy to find the right thread (and tone) demand attention, but not respect.

  2. New Delicious VegiTumor! Now with partially defatted pork connective tissue, and six delicious flavors!

  3. @stupidesHandleInTheUniverse

    After years of being a Boing reader (under a number of banned and deleted identities), I don’t think I can stand the glossy format that we have now.

    Quoted for he’s the epitome of rationalized ridicule.

  4. Well, at first glance I think that “sausage” is adorable, in a cognitively dissonant kind of way…reminds me of that famous Chinese soup served in a hollowed-out melon?

    On the other hand, the actual filling looks like a haggis that fought with a can of Armour Potted Meat.

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