Food on Your Shirt!

12 Apr

Getting egg on your shirt doesn’t have to be a bad thing–in fact sometimes that’s the best thing that could happen to a shirt. Calgarians Pierre Lamielle and Candace Bergman think so. Each week they design a new food-centric T-shirt, with lovers of everything from pies to poutine to peas in mind. On a trip to Calgary, I ask local culinary heroes to try some on for size and say “cheese.”

Baker Aviv Fried, at Sidewalk Citizen Bakery, smoking in his “In Case of Fire, Roast Marshmallows” shirt.

Those on a pork-eating streak will be pleased to find at least one new tee catering to their fetish on the Food on Your Shirt site each month: “There is a fine line between being a vegetarian and being not a vegetarian and that line is made of bacon,” asserts the FOYS team.

Christina Mah, head mixologist at Raw Bar,
Hotel Arts, rocking “Bacon Rocks”

Candace and Pierre ship all over the world and will do custom orders too. Their t-shirts are pre-shrunk, so if you think yours is getting a little tight, don’t blame your washer and dryer, blame your third helping of mac and cheese.

Michael Wrinch, general manager at Knifewear,
sharp in “Bacon de los Muerte”

If you’d like to look as good as Chef Justin Leboe (below), visit foodonyourshirt.com and place an order.

Justin Leboe, Executive Chef at Model Milk:
our cup of tea in “Periodic Table of Coffee”

From Friday April 12-19, our readers will get a 20% discount with the code “DIGEST.”

Connie de Sousa and John Jackson, chef-owners of CHARCUT
 –Babes in his-n-hers “Sausage Party” shirts

Bon appe-tee!

 

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