The Fabulous Girls’ Guide to Eating Local


If you’re a regular reader on the food blog circuit, I’m sure you’ve
heard an earful about this month’s Eating Local campaign. I know just
what you think, who needs the crunchy granola types telling us how to
be fabulous?

No worries, fabulous girls of the world, Chez Pim, the poster child of
shallowfabulousness, is coming to the rescue. No, I’m not going
to tell you to eat local to save the environment, support local farmers
and artisans, or reduce our dependant on oil. None of that boring
altruistic stuff I tell you.

Yes, yes, of course, eating locally grown or produced foods will do all
of that good stuff, but it’s hardly helping us, is it? No, girls, I’m
telling you to do this out of our straight, unadulterated
self-interest. Trust me on this. It’s going to be so, well, fabulous.


This post continues at the Eat Local Challenge blog.


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6 Responses to “The Fabulous Girls’ Guide to Eating Local

  • Barbara Fisher said:
    May 18th, 2006 at 5:04pm

    LOL! I love it!
    Great post, Pim. But, I still say, I gotta go shop where you shop, because we don’t have so many cute farmer guys here in Ohio…there must be a bumper crop of them in California.

  • kishko said:
    May 19th, 2006 at 6:04am

    fabulous post! but unfortunately our farmers here are nothing close to hot!

  • Joy said:
    May 19th, 2006 at 7:49pm

    You crack me up. This is hilarious.

  • Erin said:
    June 1st, 2007 at 9:33pm

    Where did you find this guestbook by the way??? I’d like to have one like this on one of my sites!!!

  • hampers said:
    June 9th, 2009 at 6:55am

    Its been a while since this post, but the essence of still lingers because you did promote the local products – which is very “healthy” especially in this chaotic times. I wonder what happened or any update for this matter? did this prosper or what?

  • ideas said:
    November 2nd, 2012 at 10:32am

    This looks
    absolutely perfect. All these tiny details are made with lot of background
    knowledge. I like it a lot.

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