I HEART BACON
Monday, March 7th, 2005

National Procrastination Week

I thought it was fitting when I found out that this week is National Procrastination Week. Today was my deadline for The Hostess Project article I was writing for Saucy and of course I was still proofing and rewriting it this afternoon. I just sent it off though and it feels good to have it complete. Whew! I was going to spend this week catching up on last weeks posts, but now I’m thinking I should get in the holiday spirit and put it off until next week.

Someone who didn’t procrastinate is Jessa at Saucy. Her new food site was launched today, on time and as promised! Check it out and add it to your favorites: http://www.saucymag.com.

14 Responses to “National Procrastination Week”

  1. Dr. Biggles says:

    Eh? I thought it was National Pork Loin week. But that’s just me.

    Biggles

  2. megwoo says:

    But wait, isn’t pork day EVERY day?

  3. Dr. Biggles says:

    Naw, not every day. Then it wouldn’t be special. After National Pork Loin day would have to be National Roasted Chicken Breast Wrapped with Smoky Bacon Day. Then maybe National Smoked Beef Sirloin Roast Wrapped with Bacon Day. MmMMMmm, bacon.

    Biggles

  4. gene says:

    Hi Megan – When is the Hostess Project going live?
    Gene

  5. megwoo says:

    Hi Biggles, Good plan. I declare today National Eat as Much Bacon as You Possibly Can Day.
    P.S. I found a place that sells wild boar bacon that I’m going to check out this weekend. I’m so excited!

  6. megwoo says:

    Hi Gene,
    I’m not positive, but I think that my article will be up on the 20th. I’ll send out an email when it’s live…
    Hope to see you soon!

  7. jody says:

    hi megan…i heart your web site and am filled with awe of your writing and web panache….help me choose..i can do only one 25 for 25 evening…and maybe one lunch…if I can still even get a reservation,which ones do you recommend?!

  8. cekestner says:

    NEaMBaYPCD?

    Man, that’s a LOT of bacon. I always haveta hold back (even more now that I clogged an artery and had to have ‘plasty…).

    I could prolly pack in at least a pound per meal, if I could afford to take in that much salt…

  9. megwoo says:

    Hi Jody! Nice to hear from you. Thank you for the kind words…

    I will probably eat only one 25 for $25 dinner as well, and my choice is Zoë (I’ll be there next Wednesday); I really love Scott’s food. You’re on the east-side, right? I had lunch at Barking Frog once and it was great, so that might not be a bad choice. I had the 25 for $25 at Cascadia last year with mom and we both agreed that it was only so so. I do love Brasa, but if you eat in the bar area before 7pm everything on the bar menu is half-price, so that’s probably a better deal that the 25 promotion. I hope that helps! Let me know where you end up going and if you like it.

    Megan

  10. megwoo says:

    Cekestner,
    If it’s only once a year, it’s doable. I’ve been known to pack away a package of bacon at one sitting. It does get overwhelmingly salty though. Water helps.

  11. Reid says:

    Hi Meg,

    I never knew there was such a thing as National Procrastination Week. LOL!

    It’s no wonder that it coincided with me not updated my blog. =)

  12. megwoo says:

    Hi Reid,
    I know the feeling… I’m just now getting around to writing posts from two weeks ago! I saw your latest post, and I have to agree—canned cherries don’t do it for me either. Yuk.

  13. Robert Kohrt says:

    Today is National Potato Chip Day – I sh*t you not! Salt and Vinegar from Tim’s Cascades are the best that I have found. I know Megan would have a few of mine if we were working together again (or if I had a job!!!!!!!)

  14. megwoo says:

    Ha ha! That’s great. Again, every day should be National Potato Chip Day. When is National Dorito Day??!

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