14 thoughts on “Free Enterprise Sandwich

  1. Sorry you didn’t like it, Troy…

    It’s actually an entry into the “I Am Free Enterprise” contest, by the US Chamber of Commerce. For the record, I don’t think it will win, since the contest seems to be geared toward those with “an idea” of themselves – but I still think this is an elegant video celebrating free enterprise… of the few I watched, I enjoyed this one most (though again, I don’t think it should win, since it doesn’t present it’s own idea)

    I wish we had comps like this in Australia!

  2. Oh, Shem… Bacon is one on those foods that must tempt even vegetarians. The smell of cooking bacon could surely drive even a vegan to kill their own pig! And cheese has always been one of my weaknesses… that Manchego with Rosemary in the video has be salivating at the mere thought!

    A fried egg would top it off, of course, but cheese and bacon on freshly cooked bread would, by itself, be like heaven to me.

  3. I was just waiting for to see who grew the lettuce and tomato. I have nothing against cheese and bacon, but by itself it’d be too rich, too oily and greasy for me.

    Lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheese, egg on freshly cooked bread is something I could agree to.

  4. Try going to Japan, their bread is loaded with so much sugar and crumbly that they can’t cut it to a thickness that actually fits in your mouth.

    The video was quite elegant, though. I thought it was corny, but it was simple and to the point

  5. The Asians don’t do bread except for the sugary variety. Rice is their bread.

    Exceptions are the former indochinese colonies, where the French taught them to make good baguettes.

    …can’t access the video from work – will look at home

  6. Lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheese, egg on freshly cooked bread is something I could agree to.

    Sounds like a business proposition.

  7. “Lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheese, egg on freshly cooked bread is something I could agree to.”

    Add a beef patty and some fried onion… maybe some beetroot, and you have a great Australian meal. But a bacon butty with cheese would suffice as a snack.

  8. I come on here with the intention of reading about current issues and libertarianism and I just end up hungry.

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