Guy Fieri’s Menu Really Does Read Like a Sad Haiku
Slate has done the unthinkable: it’s made Guy Fieri into a deep, thoughtful, poet. Sure, it’s poetry about taco grease, but we’ll take it.
When you take out the exclamation points of Fieri’s new menu items, L.V. Anderson writes, and replace it with other punctuation, the Vegas Kitchen & Bar takes on a whole new meaning. One of a sad, greasy nature. Here’s the start of Anderson’s take on the Greek salad, “An Ode to the Gnarly Greek Salad,” — share your own.
Truffle, truffle + more truffle,
Love, peace & taco grease.
They might not end the world, but they’ll end your hunger.
DEEP STUFF, MAN.
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