Using "nothing but the most delicious fabric available" (no, these tees are not actually edible), Flavour Gallery shirts are all culinary-themed -- attire truly fit for foodies. They produce lines for both the South Beach and New York wine and Food festivals, and will soon launch a new collection for the James Beard Foundation.
With styles that range from what looks like a hand-doodled tee labeled "mise en place" (depicting little drawings of bacon, parsley, carrots, etc.) to a shirt that could have been popular in California prior to the ban, loudly proclaiming, "touche pas a mon foie gras!" ("don't touch my foie gras!"), you can channel your inner chef or simply display your gastro-groupie status. The shirts come neatly wrapped in butcher's paper, so you'll feel like you bought your tee at the deli.
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Flavour Gallery's company mantra states that "food is our favorite four-letter word," but at Miami New Times, free is our favorite. The company let us choose one shirt for a giveaway, so visit Short Order 's Facebook page and leave a comment about the Flavour Gallery post. A winner will be chosen at random. You'll be responsible for picking it up at our office, though, because the tee is free, but delivery isn't.