Ernest Hemingway Marinades


Celebrity endorsements are an unfortunate reality, but we just can't get with dead celebrity endorsements, especially the Hemingway line of home furnishings or the Hemingway's Island Grill restaurants (two locations in Florida) that serve "Chicken Pasta Portobello" and chicken fingers for the kids. So in some ways, this isn't surprising at all: Ernest Hemingway Marinades.

The marinades come in five varieties "inspired by some of Hemingway’s favorite places around the globe." Fittingly, the Key West has papaya, dark rum, and molasses; the Kenya: lemon, white wine, and spices; the Idaho: mesquite seasoning, white rum, and chile peppers, the Spanish: rosemary, red wine, and olive oil; the Bimini Island: ginger, rice wine, soy sauce, and garlic.

You can buy them at World Finer Foods for $4.79 a bottle or $27.30 for all six. Also see the Hemingway herb seasoning mixes that "offer a taste of Cuba and the island lifestyle."

[via YesButNoButYes]

—Raphael Brion

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  1. Emily

    What next? Jack Kerouac steakhouses?

  2. Raphael

    For Whom the Dinner Bell Tolls?

  3. Jay

    Catcher in the Marble Rye Bakery

  4. It's no different to Che Guevara t-shirts, is it? Or Julia Child's MAFC suddenly/finally hitting the bestseller list? Etc?

  5. JayP

    The Old Man and the Marinade

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