If you hang around SEHQ long enough, you're pretty much guaranteed to catch one of us rocking out, whether it's Jamie blasting Bruce Springsteen on the 4th of July, Ed air-guitaring to Tom Petty on a Friday afternoon, or Ben cranking Beyonce's 'Halo' pretty much...all the time. In short: we like music almost as much as we like food, so it's only natural that we'd find a way to combine the two, even if it's only in our heads. Here's a look at some of the more clever food-related bands we invented in the office:
- Ramp It Up, the late '90s boy band best known for their catchy hits "In Season" and "Scarce."
- The Grass Feds, a '60s psychedelic cover band whose members are all retired FBI agents.
- A self-aware Cream cover band of 3 called "Whole Milk." But when their drummer left, they had to downgrade to "2%".
- Anne Chovie, an all-girl Bon Jovi cover band extolling the virtues (or, um, singing the praises) of anchovies.
- The Specktacles, a '70s German punk band delivering serious social commentary.
- The Pop Tarts, who are either cookie-cutter airheads or masters of ironic pop.
- I Hate Your Pancakes, a hardcore punk band.
- The Stellar Loaves, ironic macrobiotic space-rockers.
So, what about you? If you were in a band involving food, what would you be called, and what kind of music would you play? Hit us with your best shots in the comments!