A Cocktail For Carnivores

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    The Weenie-Tini

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3 oz weeniecello (hot dog infused vodka)
1 oz dry vermouth
splash of sauerkraut brine
Garnish with a slice of frankfurter.

Full recipe here.

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  1. Patrick Seamus says:

    You might want to have a look at these:

    Adams, Carol J. The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory. New York: Continuum, 1990.

    Adams, Carol J. Neither Man Nor Beast: Feminism and the Defense of Animals. New York: Continuum, 1995.

    Adams, Carol J. ‘“Mad Cow”Disease and the Animal Industrial Complex: An Ecofeminist Analysis,’ Organization and Environment 10: 26-51, 1997.

    Adams, Carol J. Living Among Meat Eaters: The Vegetarian’s Survival Handbook. New York: Three Rivers Press, 2001.

    Adams, Carol J. The Pornography of Meat. New York: Continuum, 2003.

    Adams, Carol J. and Josephine Donovan, eds. Animals & Women: Feminist Theoretical Explorations. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1995.

    Adams, Carol J. and Josephine Donovan, eds. Beyond Animal Rights: A Feminist Caring Ethic for the Treatment of Animals. New York: Continuum, 1996.

    Leslie, Jeff and Cass R. Sunstein. ‘Animal Rights without Controversy,’ Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper No. 120, University of Chicago Law School, March 2006. Available: http://www.law.uchicago.edu/academics/publiclaw/120.pdf and
    http://ssrn.com/abstract_id=890666 (forthcoming: Law and Contemporary Problems).

    Sunstein, Cass R., ‘The Rights of Animals: A Very Short Primer’ (August
    2002) University of Chicago Law & Economics, Olin Working Paper No. 157; University of Chicago, Public Law Research Paper No. 30. Available at
    SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=323661 or DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.323661

    Sunstein, Cass R. and Martha Nussbaum, eds. Animal Rights: Current Debates and New Directions. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.

    Taylor, Angus. Animals & Ethics: An Overview of the Philosophical Debate. Ontario: Broadview Press, 2003.

    [A larger list (a little less than 500 entries) on ethics and law is available with regard to non-human animals if anyone is interested: patrickseamus 'at' hotmail.com]

  2. Ann Bartow says:

    Cool! Thanks! Actually blogged about the Sunstein/Nussbaum book here: http://feministlawprofs.law.sc.edu/?p=522 I’m a vegetarian, which is partly why I found the weenie-tini idea so amusing, if that makes any sense.

  3. Patrick Seamus says:

    I didn’t know one way or the other but I thought, well, just in case…! I certainly didn’t want to come across as self-righteous or be seen as crudely proselytizing, for Lord knows I’ve run into more than a few vegans and fellow vegetarians over the years that I’ve found insufferable (so much so that I’ve become rather reluctant in identifying myself as a vegetarian).

    Of late, Peter Singer has been writing of ‘compassionate omnivores’ (having to do with how the animals are raised, treated, slaughtered, etc.) so we now have a new category to deal with.

  4. Ann Bartow says:

    Yeah, I know what you mean. I minimize the leather in my life (no jackets, briefcases or car seats etc.) but I do have some leather shoes. I buy only cruelty-free shampoos and soaps and things, but I do eat dairy products. So, I get my share of criticism from folks with a higher level of committment, but I just roll with it and try not to be obnoxious to others, at least not on this issue :>) I am a fan of Carol Adams work. (Word Press is not letting me do apostrophes for some reason, sorry for the grammar-o)

  5. Patrick Seamus says:

    Whoops! I should have said Singer is writing about ‘non-compassionate omnivores’ (which of course implies the converse, as above). Roger Scruton would have us call the compassionate omnivore a ‘virtuous carnivore.’

  6. Q. Pheevr says:

    I’m not a vegetarian, but if someone offered me a weenie-tini, I would pretend to be.

  7. Ann Bartow says:

    Be careful, some scurrilous vegetarian could come up with a tofu-dog version. Pretty sure it won’t be me, though.

  8. Q. Pheevr says:

    Oh, those scurrilous vegetarians! Still, I think I’d be at least marginally less revolted by soy-infused vodka. The sauerkraut brine is still a bit of a sticking point, though.