|Artistic Self-loafing: Frédéric Morin has no idea how stylish and contradictory he seems as he disparages the idea that Food=Art.|
|Proof it wasn't a one-off. Frédéric in Gingham again.|
Alas, matters of taste are so subjective, and obviously we aren't here to comment on what you put inside your body... So for now, all we care about is what you're all wearing to the feast.
Take David McMillan and Frédéric Morin, owners of Joe Beef [see here] hanging out with Anthony Bourdain. I don't have a clue about what they are eating, just that they are complaining how the bourgeoisie commentators are trying to turn food culture into a conversation about 'Art.' Well, Fred, with a shirt like that, nothing you can say, eat or cook can prevent you from being a walking work of art for the folks at Got Gingham. Thanks Fred! We got no beef with you.
More Gingham Gets in time for Twenty-Twelve
Montreal Streetstyle Gingham
|"Hmm... something smells wonderful. They must be cooking with Gingham."|
|"I say we get something to drink. How 'bout a Gingham and Tonic at Big in Japan?"|
|"Mmm-Mmm... Good. That's what Gingham Soup is..."|
|Hooked on Foodie Culture? Getchaself some Gingham.|
Today's caption "--a subculture" is brought to us as part of a joint initiative between the Montreal Foodie Writers Association and some other guy who couldn't be bothered to turn up to the meeting.
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Thanks and credit to winefox.ca for that pic of Fred [see original article here].