WHO GAVE OUT OUR SECRET PLANS?!?!?!?!?! https://t.co/Sbgy2fU1xo
— Wendy’s (@Wendys) August 17, 2018
Anyone who’s overdone it at a steakhouse or backyard BBQ, knows that the meat sweats are real. Fortunately, Arby’s Meat Sweats are a real thing too.
The difference is, while ingesting too much beef and pork leaves you full of saturated fat and regret, Arby’s version is a sweatsuit. And, as we all know, there are no regrets when it comes to meat-themed fashion.
Now, the not-so-good news… Arby’s Meat Sweats aren’t for sale, but you can earn a chance to win a set by showing your meat love on Instagram and Twitter with hashtag #meatsweats.
Empanadas are life. However, sometimes that life can be confusing because, regardless of the meaty or guava and cheesy goodness that’s inside one, every empanada looks the same from the outside. That confusion ends today.
Although, some have claimed that stamping empanadas is nothing new, the practice has gained stream recently with this Twitter post by @savelexi. Only time will tell if your favorite empanada joint will install an embossing tool in the kitchen so, until then, keep poking holes in yours to figure out which is which.
My family is in 2037 y’all. They got their empanadas embossed w what meat is inside pic.twitter.com/xf5jo0nBA6
— 🍋 (@savelexi) July 19, 2017
When ‘Potpourri’ or ‘Fresh Linen’ candles just aren’t making your house smell meaty enough, there’s now the Beef Jerky Scented Candle.
Brought to us by People’s Choice Beef Jerky, the candle is 100% soy wax infused with high quality fragrance oils, and a wood wick. Light it up, and fill the room with smoke… delicious, meaty smoke.
These raw meat cakes may look like an unfortunate art project, but they’re not only meant to be cooked and consumed, but also to help celebrate.
Japan has something called ‘meat day,’ celebrated on March 29th. Japanese “yakiniku” restaurant Gyu-Kaku, came up with a fun way to present their beef — in cake form. Not only is this festive, but the meat and veggies are easily removable to place on the grill.
There’s also smaller meat bouquets, if an entire cake is too festive for you, party-pooper. Happy Meat Day, Japan.