When my coworker first saw sheep-pig, he thought exactly the same thing I did: "Looks delicious." (Yep, I'm a vegetarian, but I'd definitely considering eating a sheep-pig.)
As for the other food items, I've got rattling around ...
Spotted in the summer edition of Edible Memphis: Paul Knipple's profile of Clark and Juanita Shaw of the Old Country Store at Casey Jones Village in Jackson, Tennessee.
The Shaws created a West Tennessee Culinary Tourism Map, featuring more than 100 locally owned restaurants in the area. (Memphians, don't get mad. They didn't have any enough space to include Shelby County.) The map is in PDF form and can be downloaded for printing.
Came upon this tidbit while reading Andria Lisle's Our Summer of Magical Eating post on her efforts to save money on grocery shopping.
One of the links she includes is to the blog Affluent Pauper, which includes information on a Starbucks ice cream giveaway for those on Facebook.
Imagine yourself in this exchange:
Whoever: So what do you do?
You: I work in an underground bakery making cupcakes.
George Carlin passed away one year ago today.
Here's a great bit "Where's the blue food?":