Baby carrots are tired of being considered so baby carrot-ish. They want to be cool like junk food! As part of a new ad campaign "Eat 'Em Like Junk Food," here are three new ads for baby carrots, where they strive to be seductive (oh, baby...carrots), sci-fi-futuristic, and as X-TREME as pterodactyls. Watch the ads, after the jump.
'baby carrots' on Serious Eats
This week at Serious Eats World Headquarters, we found a not-so-baby-carrot in our baby carrot bag, made Dr. Seuss proud with all our green eggs consumption, and said goodbye to summer intern Leah. Check out our week!
Am I the only person whom baby carrots freak out? Apprarently not: Michael Pollan, with his characteristic turn-of-phrase style, calls them alternately "machine-lathed orange bullet[s] that come in plastic bag[s]," "neatly tapered torpedoes," or "industrially lathed little bullets." For an awesome, hour-and-a-half-long Q&A with Pollan for the Berkeley Writers at Work lecture series, click here....