February 18th, 2013

Steak Sale on Presidents Day

It’s Presidents Day! Today, we celebrate our nation’s presidents.

Me? I like to wonder what they prefer to eat. That’s always fascinating to me.

And I don’t think we’ve come across a president yet who doesn’t enjoy a good, old-fashioned meaty steak.

Seems very presidential to me.

And in honor of today you can take advantage of the many “Presidents Day” sales going on. More specifically, sales on STEAK!

Check out this sale where you can get 10% off and free shipping with a purchase of $150 or more. I always like to stock up when my favorites are on sale!

Happy Presidents Day, everyone!

Photo courtesy of Hugh Morton via lifeofrefinement.wordpress.com.

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.

Photo courtesy of Blogs.Babble.com

January 5th, 2011

Steak for Christmas? You’re in Good Company

If you had a nice steak dinner on Christmas night, congratulations. You dined like a president!

The Obamas enjoyed a beautiful, juicy steak on Dec. 25th in Hawaii. I can’t think of a more amazing way to spend Christmas.

Read on…

HE may be in exotic Hawaii, but President Barack Obama’s culinary Christmas is decidedly mainstream.

The president will dine on steak, roasted potatoes and green beans, with pie for dessert, according to White House spokesman Bill Burton, who is traveling with the president on his holiday vacation.

Mr Obama arrived on Wednesday for his annual trip to the Aloha State, his birthplace. He is set to stay past New Year’s reading novels, writing his State of the Union speech, and working in some golf with family and friends.

Mr Burton was mum on the president’s Christmas Eve plans.

Now that’s my kind of holiday! I love your taste, Mr. President!

This bodes well for 2011!

Read the story here. And happy new year!

Photo courtesy of Whitehouse.gov.