December 29, 2017

"Everything Donald Trump Ate in 2017."

LOL. From Eater.

29 comments:

jaydub said...

Left out "Dem's lunch."

EDH said...

Well, not "everything".

My mind immediately went to what Trump might eat that nobody else ate.

Leslie Graves said...

What I learned there is that the Trump inauguration cake was an exact replica of the 2013 Obama inauguration cake.

One baker (the Buttercream Bake Shop) was commissioned by the Trump inauguration people to create an exact replica of a cake that was created in 2013 by Duff Goldman.

The cake involves a number of elaborate design elements. From what I can tell, Duff Goldman did not file a lawsuit for ... whatever that lawsuit might have been about.

This makes me think about the Masterpiece Cakeshop SCOTUS case.

Oso Negro said...

Another bullshit slam at Trump. I would rather eat Big Macs with Trump than arugula with Obama. And let's not even talk about Melania versus Michelle.

rhhardin said...

Never eat anything bigger than your head.

Cover pic

Breezy said...

He is one of us...!

Curious George said...

Every day Trump turns to all lefties and life long republican titty twisters, grabs his crotch, and says "eat this."

tcrosse said...

I'd rather not know what Huma ate.

Darrell said...

I bet Trump never ate a dog.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

So, basically normal food for himself and nothing much out of the ordinary for the fancy dinners.

Although.....the well done NY Steak, or any steak well done, is an abomination IMO. But, to each his/her own.

Darrell said...

Obama's cake was pink and purple. Trump's cake was red, white, and blue. Surprisingly.

Ken B said...

Moby and a bunch of vegans want to put dogs in LA on a vegan diet. This is transparently a ploy to imply that meat eating is shameful for people. It has NOTHING to do with what is good for DOGS.

Rick Turley said...

jaydub said...

"Left out "Dem's lunch." "

And washing it down with their milkshake.

Gahrie said...

From what I can tell, Duff Goldman did not file a lawsuit for ... whatever that lawsuit might have been about.

Fair use.

Big Mike said...

Trump puts ketchup on his fries??? Impeach the bastard!

tcrosse said...

Nixon used to put ketchup on cottage cheese, and look what happened to him.

rcocean said...

"Trump ordered an aged New York strip cooked well-done with a highly unorthodox side of ketchup (for the record, BLT Prime chef David Burke insists the sauce was for the president’s fries)."

What an odd sentence. Who refers to Ketchup as "Sauce"? And why the word 'insists'. Nobody puts ketchup on an expensive well-cooked steak. They use it on fries. They is no "insists". And you can be damn sure that if Trump regularly put Ketchup on his expensive "Trump Steaks" - we'd never hear the end of it.

It's funny how the Democrat/Liberals always want to believe Conservatives/Republicans have bad taste in food/clothes/etc. and have cave-man tastes in art/music/film etc. And their "heroes" are quite the opposite. This has been going on since Stevenson/Ike and JFK/Nixon. Despite the fact that Nixon was actually more cultured then JFK.

rcocean said...

Is there any evidence that Obama is sophisticate when it comes to food/clothes or that he loves high culture and fine literature.

From what I can tell, he basically like to Golf, smoke, and play BB.

Michael Gazonymous said...

shortly after Barack Obama's inauguration I caught a television program about Air Force One on Discovery channel or some such. During the segment on the galley, we learned that the chef (an Air Force Sergeant, if memory serves) had the skill, tools and ingredients at his disposal to create gourmet meals at a moment's notice. The new President came on board for his first Presidential flight and was meeting the crew. Upon meeting the chef, the eager chef offered to create any delicacy the President desired for lunch. Obama asked for a cheeseburger and fries.

madAsHell said...

This isn't even fake news. It's just an attempt to highlight some aspect of Trump, and then allows the writer to burnish their virtue.

rhhardin said...

I use salsa instead of ketchup.

iowan2 said...

That cooking a steak to well done, is some sign of low culture, is not really so. It is just very irritating that some would ruin a good cut of meat, by over cooking. A lesser cut would suffice. Much like watching some hipster order a top shelf single malt and mixing it with cola. A good single malt should not be abused by anything more than a single ice cube, and even that drives the purests nuts.

rcocean said...

Well done doesn't mean over done.

tcrosse said...

A good single malt should not be abused by anything more than a single ice cube, and even that drives the purists nuts.

The guys who make the stuff say you should never drink your whisky without water or your water without whisky. No ice, please.

traditionalguy said...

TCU Horned Frogs like to quaff of Essence of Distilled Cardinals.

Freeman Hunt said...

"The president was forced to be slightly more adventurous during his trip to South Korea. The official state dinner menu highlighted local cuisines such as corn porridge with fresh herbs and pine mushroom rice in a stone pot with grilled Korean beef ribs and 360-year-old soy sauce."

Considering that the President was visiting and given all that time, it seems like someone could have at least stopped by the grocery store for a new bottle of sauce.

Darrell said...

What the Media is going to eat in 2018. Shit. Now for the dying part.

Tim at large said...

Imagine a man with common tastes being the preference of the common man! It beggars belief, I tells ya!

And I think that “sauce” is a widely used term for ketchup in the UK. But I wouldn’t bet more than a drink I would be happy to buy for you anyway on it.

Next, the Democrats will re-institute “literacy tests” at the polls. Cultural literacy. If your first reaction to a porterhouse is, “That’s bigger than my toilet seat, you better bring more ketchup!” You are not allowed to vote. Same as if your first reaction to a slice of yellow American cheese is to grab it and eat it. Ketchup on a hot dog gets you deported. This is because, well, liberals are better people than us, and their tastes are to be honored, and we are to ape them as best we can, with our limited powers of thought.

Jim at said...

A good single malt should not be abused by anything more than a single ice cube, and even that drives the purests nuts.

Guilty as charged. :)

A fine scotch is always served neat.

Maybe a small splash of water to release the bouquet, but that's it.