November 6th, 2012

Beefy Election Night Menus

It’s Election night!

And even if you’ve been dreading this day, this Election Night menu is one bright spot to look forward to.

Our friends at have come up with two Election Night menus with such winners as Herbed Beef Skewers with Horseradish Cream, Yum Dogs and New Englandah Burgers.

Click here to see the two competing menus — and like all patriotic citizens today, choose your winner!

The best thing is, with this, there really is no wrong way to vote. Either way, you win!

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September 22nd, 2011

Movers and Steakers

It’s election season. The movers and shakers (or, em steakers) are in full force.

And what meal signals strength, power, skill, plans, confidence?



This is a news story about Rick Perry and Rupert Murdoch and the headline focuses on WHAT THEY ATE during a recent meeting.

Why is that important? Why isn’t the headline about what they talked about? Perry’s plan IF HE BECOMES OUR PRESIDENT?

What they ate says something about them. Says something about their meeting. Steak is power.


What if they dined on chicken salad? Nothing wrong with chicken salad. But what message does that send?

Click here to read the entire story.

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November 5th, 2008

Obama + Steak = Winner!

Well, we have a new president-elect here in the United States. And guess what he did last night as he awaited the results from the polls???


Whatever your politics are, even if you didn’t vote for him, if you didn’t already love him . . . ya gotta get on board now that you know this.

Here’s what the Associated Press had to say . . .

Obama awaits vote with basketball, steak dinner

CHICAGO (AP) — Barack Obama unwound by playing basketball and eating a steak dinner with extended family Tuesday as he awaited Election Day results that he hoped would send him to the White House with support from red and blue America.

The Democratic presidential nominee watched early returns in a downtown Chicago hotel room with staff, then went home for dinner with his wife, daughters and in-laws. He returned to the hotel after the 90-minute respite at home, with a suite designated for adults and another for children to gather while awaiting the race’s outcome.

I predict a very tasty future for this nation.

Can we all enjoy a little steak now?


Quote and photo courtesty of the Associated Press.