News, but not the serious kind
Presenting the Caribou Smoker Royale!
Blog Guy, you’ve been very good about helping us find solutions to those tough household chores in the past, and I have some more questions.
Gosh, all I ever really do is point you in the direction of expensive Williams-Sonoma gadgets.
That’s an easy one. Get yourself the Williams-Sonoma Shellmaster 3000, to paint a healthy glow onto shrimp, lobsters, oysters, all kinds of shellfish, as you can see on the right. It comes with a gallon of pink paint, just $399.95.
Is that paint safe to eat?
I guess so, it’s only lead.
My other problem is caribou. I never can seem to smoke it properly.
You’ll want the Williams-Sonoma Caraboutique Royale, for perfect smoking every time. Just $13,999,999.95.
Huh? It only smokes caribou and it costs $14 million?
Yikes! After news like that, I need a drink. I wish I could make frozen margaritas.
Make perfect ones every time, with Williams-Sonoma’s Premium Margaritaville Trio Frozen Concoction Maker, only $499.95.
Okay, fun is fun, Blog Guy. I played along with the Cariboutique, but $499.95 for a drink mixer is a little hard to believe, don’t you think?
Fine. YOU try getting rid of him.
Top: Britain’s Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, help carry a caribou skin to a tent to be smoked while visiting Blatchford Lake, Northwest Territories in Canada July 5, 2011. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/pool
Right: A worker paints a plastic shrimp model to be used as a decoration on an iPhone case at Suetake Sample, a plastic food model maker, in Yokohama, near Tokyo, July 29, 2011. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
Bottom right: William and Catherine watch a woman prepare caribou meat for smoking while visiting Blatchford Lake, Northwest Territories July 5, 2011. REUTERS/Andy Clark