Wednesday, May 09, 2012

black hat, white shoes, red all over

It's album giveaway time again, friends.

Our pals at With a Bullet have offered up some copies of Blunderbuss, Jack White's impressive debut solo album, to a few lucky blog visitors.  Unfortunately they can only open up the offer to Canadian residents, but if you are fortunate enough to live on the right side of the 49th parallel, don't miss this chance to get your Jack White freak on.  For free.

I have two CDs and one vinyl copy of Blunderbuss on offer.  All you have to do is tell me what you would feed Jack White for dinner, should he drop by your house.  Because eating those saltines is definitely not healthy for him.
  
Winners will be chosen by random draw from the big black sorting hat. Contest closes May 18, so you'll be free to get out there and enjoy your May Two-Fer weekend. Nobody wants homework over the long weekend, after all.

Need some inspiration?  Check out the video for the single Sixteen Saltines. And start cooking.

15 comments:

Allison said...

What a brilliant question! I'm going to mull that over and I will get back to you. :)

Barbara Bruederlin said...

It's a conundrum laden with bear traps, Al. Looking forward to your suggestion!

John Mutford said...

Milk, mussels on a bed of dandelion greens, gin-soaked chocolate cake.

Allison said...

Grilled PB&J.

With a fig and pear salad to cleanse.

Red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting.

And absinthe for an after dinner drink.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Perfect, John, a meal fit for a rock god! Your menu goes into the sorting hat.

Excellent, Al, that's some good eating! Easy on the absinthe, though...

~Jen~ said...

I would smear chocolate pudding all over myself and tell him to dig in.

The End.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Who could possibly resist, Jen? He'll never leave.

Anonymous said...

Dead leaves on the dirty ground. Obviously.

(psst, it's Deb but I forget my login in info)

Frank Frink said...
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Frank Frink said...

I think he needs some solid Canadian-themed food: Maple syrup glazed Wild sockeye salmon with a side of steamed fiddleheads; a Montreal smoked meat and moose cheese poutine; and for a dessert... butter tarts, of course, and Saskatoonberry jam.

(This is Bob P. in Vancouver, by the way, since you won't recognize the user name)

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Not the tastiest of repasts, Deb, but certainly no shortage of fibre there. Suitable, as well!

That would be a tasty Canadian meal, Bob! He'll never go back to saltines after that.

umbrellalady said...

I think he just needs to stay at my house for a couple days and I will feed him all kinds of goodies: smoked fish, greek chicken, roasted veg's, garden salad, fresh bread or maybe some fresh pitas stuffed with roasted chicken breasts and blue cheese and some sticky buns for dessert...you know how I like to cook. Any excuse.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Tell Jack to move over and pass the salad, Kathy, because I want some of that too. Now I'm hungry.

Sean Wraight said...

I would suggest Jack's penchant for all things monochromatic would no doubt extend to his gastronomic choices as well. He is a 'raconteur' after all... That in mind halibut over turnip and potato gratin might not overwhelm the ocular senses but would tantalize his taste buds. Vanilla ice cream drizzled with 'white stripes' of melted white chocolate would finish the meal.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Now that's a monochromatic gastronomic offering I can get behind, Sean! You may want to place a single red Smartie on top of the dessert...