One of the many fun blogs I’ve started reading fairly regularly, thanks to Scott Thomas, is Kathy’s Lake Superior Spirit. A little while back, her friend Suzi asked her to have a photo “playdate,” ( I think that is what they called it), and they took pictures of interesting food labels. Suzi recently suggested another playdate, and the subject was to be “Funny Food Places” – interpret as you will. Kathy just posted her funny food, which focused on a type of food with a funny name – “pasties.” Apparently this is food they “wean their babies on” in Michigan! I mentioned in a comment to Kathy that the word has a completely different meaning here in New England, and is pronounced with a long “a” rather than the short “a”, as was explained to me in a follow-up comment. Made Kathy’s funny food all that much funnier to me! Kathy invited other bloggers to participate in their playdate, so I jumped in.
As luck would have it, I traveled to a place this weekend that is known for its creativity, Provincetown, MA, and was not disappointed in my search for funny food places. I’ll do another post about my 18th anniversary weekend on Cape Cod with dear hubby (today is our actual day, Happy Anniversary Honey!) soon, but I wanted to get these playdate pictures posted.
The Pig! Yet, it had “Oyster Bar” posted underneath, hmmmm.
There’s Burger King, why not Burger Queen, right? If you know P-town at all, you get the meaning of this one even more.
This one struck me funny not only with the creativity of the twisty soft-serve ice cream, but it makes me remember the hair band of the same name in the 1980’s. Who could forget Dee Snider?
The name of this one wasn’t so funny, but I thought the food combination was kinda funny: pizza, coffee and specifically Haagendazs ice cream. (Haagendazs, if you happen to click over to find out why someone linked to your site, coupons for free pints would be warmly received!)
This one is just fun to say! Try it! “Bubala’s by the Bay…” And their sign was pretty cool too!
“Mr. Mojo risin’, gotta a mojo risin …”
Look at that puppy! He’s wired, for sure! You can get wired here not just with the coffee and tea, but free wi-fi as well.
P-town in general is very dog-friendly place. I’ll talk more about that in an upcoming post. But, to wrap things up, I saw one more sign that tickled my funny bone, and just about tells you all you need to know:
Needless to say, I enjoyed much good food this past weekend, and had a lot of fun searching out the funny food places. Kathy, I hope you enjoyed this and will invite me on another photographic playdate sometime!