BURNT FOOD MUSEUM in the NEWS!
The Boston Globe
This article hit #1
on Boston Globe
Burnt Food Museum has also appeared on
Food Network: "UnWrapped"
ABC: "The View"
NPR: "Weekend Edition with Scott Simon"
American Public Radio: "The Splendid Table"
And originally in the "Annals of Improbable Research"
The Museum of
Burnt Food was the cover story in the January/February 1992
issue of the "Annals of Improbable Research" (at
that time called the "Journal of Irreproducible Results")
that seminal article can be found at the following links:
DISCLAIMER: The BFM takes no
responsbility for the journalistic exhuberance of "JIR"
and "AIR" reporters, though we applaud their enthusiasm.
Accounts that the "real-space" Museum is visited
annually by more than 25,000 people are optimistic by a factor
of approximately a hundred thousand, or possibly a factor
of 25,000, though our cyber-visitors number far more.
Suggestions that the onsite research
staff includes 45 post-nutrition food scholars and a restaurant
pavilion employing 27 full-time educators and food service
workers are ...um...well...WE haven't seen the pavilion.
But maybe after the smoke clears,
we'll find it.