This billboard asks “Have you got 2 minutes?”
Why, yes–yes, I do. Why do you ask?
Because “try the new AIA sausages. Pre-cooked and ready in two minutes.”
Tagline “Dakota. And eaten.”
Folks, can I ask you something?
Do we really need pre-cooked sausages? Do we not have the requisite time anymore to actually cook our food?
I dunno. This isn’t your nonna’s Mediterranean diet.
Oh and BTW? Took this one a while back in the supermarket for my pal Katie, who is very fond of offal.
Now you can have your offal in a can. Doesn’t that just make it so conveniently portable for those times when you need your tripe on the go?
Simmenthal being the quintessential “meat in a can” company. The Italian equivalent of Spam, if you will.
And can I tell you how much I love that Wiki defines tripe as “a type of edible offal from the stomachs of various farm animals.”
It kind of gives new meaning to the phrase mystery meat, does it not?
Although, technically speaking, are the stomachs of various farm animals considered meat? Perhaps not.