Okay, technically this is Cock-Flavour (sp) Noodle Soup, but still. Couldn’t they just call it Chicken flavored soup mix? Talk about being desperate for attention.
Photographed in a Random Grocery Shop in London.
Something that makes me nostalgic for my suburban childhood is seeing the cute Kiddie Rides stationed outside Supermarkets and shops when I’m on vacation. In this Muppet Babies-themed Chicken Rocket (which I will call it, because that is what it is) your child can ride shotgun with baby Kermit, with baby Gonzo (who, apparently, really likes chickens) in the rumble seat. Wee!
Fans of Indian cuisine here in Manhattan are often fiercely loyal to restaurants located in neighborhoods like 6th Street in the East Village or the stretch of lower Lexington Avenue known as Curry Hill. But I like to explore neighborhoods that are maybe not known for having the highest number of Indian restaurants per-block, and see what options there are for dining outside my immediate stomping grounds. This past week, I discovered a true hidden gem (pun intended) on my first visit to Sapphire Cuisines of India on the Upper West Side, and feel like it is already a favorite destination owing to gracious service, lovely décor, and fresh, innovative dishes. Let me tell you about the experience I had dining with my favorite Foodie friend, Anne, at Sapphire.
New York-based Chilean designer Sebastian Errazuriz is known for thinking way outside the box. Always on the look-out for interesting materials, he aims to strike a balance of artistic and practical qualities of design, and his sense of humor often ends up in the mix. In this case, Errazuriz obtained the bodies of taxidermy chickens (which died of natural causes) to create these fun and unique Chicken Lamps. Who says upcycling has to be dull?