I need help with this one. Recently during my appearances in the Mid-Atlantic, I have met some really great, passionate fans of our chips, pretzels, and seasoning blends. I'm told how much they enjoy or snacks. We discuss various dishes that SOUL BLEND is used to make the dish tasty and healthy. I'm told how "flavorful" it is. I tell everyone that speaks with me, and I'm posting it here again, you have no idea how grateful I am that you are enjoying Cape Seasonings. That is important to me.
But then, just yesterday, I was told something that confuses me. A "professional" was thinking about using Cape Seasonings in a dish but was hesitant because - "It's very flavorful." Say what? You do not want to use our products because they have "flavor." I thought that was the goal.
Why would your goal be mediocrity or less? The world is overflowing with mediocrity. Why add more?
Cape Seasonings has two goals - 1) Taste Good, and 2) Be Healthy. We make our products with herbs and spices. Low sodium, no chemicals or poisons. Our blends stimulates strong, healthy metabolism; weight loss; healthy hearts, blood flow, and clean colons. AND, we did this with chips and pretzels! Hello, I'd like something that tastes great and won't kill me in the process. Any ideas?
And then to be told it has too much flavor. Well, for those who like it flat and dull, you live on the right planet. There's a plethora of products that are boring, filled with BS that give fake tastes, but are very popular. If that's what you seek, have at it - somewhere else. Food Musak.
Speaking of which, professional rapper B.o.B. (Full Disclosure: I've never heard his stuff) has gotten into a Twitter battle with preeminent astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson (Full Disclosure: I've seen his stuff) regarding an issue that I thought was settled hundreds of years ago. B.o.B. sez that the world is flat. And while that is amusing in itself, the kicker is that - "he has pictures to prove it." Bahahahahaha.....
I have been laughing for days since that story broke. When those people "floating in a tin can" about 270 miles above Earth's surface at 17,100 miles per hour look out their windows and see a big, round, blue and white planet, just what are they looking at? As Steve Martin said on Saturday Night Live many years ago while looking directly into the camera, "What the hell is that? What the HELL is THAT!?"
But then again, B.o.B. sez it's flat...and has pictures to prove it.