Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Lost in Translation

It is funny how the meaning of words changes over time. "Ho" used to be something one would associate with Santa Claus. Not so much anymore.

Gallery Ho
What an unfortunate name for a gallery.  
Incidentally, I think I have a new nickname for chicks (such as myself) that work at art galleries. 

I was recently talking to the boyfriend when he said, "Well that depends." Which of course made me think of these:


The other day I was exclaiming to the boyfriend how much I love meatloaf.  To which he responded: "the man or the meat?"


Full disclosure: I meant the meat*, which I am pretty sure horrified him as much as the man.

*For fellow meatloaf lovers, here is the basic recipe I follow: 1 lb of ground turkey, 1 or 2 eggs, breadcrumbs (or a slice of toasted bread torn/crumbled up), italian seasoning, garlic salt, a chopped onion.  Mix it all together and shape it into a loaf.  Put it in a pan.  Drape a few slices of bacon on top of the meatloaf.  Bake at 375 degrees for 50 minutes or so.  That's it!  Nom nom!  I am a fan of meatloaf sandwiches!  Yes, I am klassy like that! 


Tiffany Kadani said...

Hahahaha! I love meatloaf the meat!

Okay, you have to go look up 'air quotes that change the meaning of things.' It's hilarious.

Anne said...
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Anne said...

Yes, you are klassy like that!

I did not grow up with the comfort foods of this culture but found I love diner food, meatloaf being #1 on that list. I am forever searching for it on any menu. Less and less places offer them anymore. Gotta road trip to the midwest for them is what I figure.

For some reason I think it's too exotic for me to make it good.

Xindy said...

I'm making meatloaf for dinner because of this post. Here's to your recipe! Thanks for sharing it ;-)