Monday, March 8, 2010

Tasty Shampoo Inspiration

Posted By on Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 5:58 PM

It is Sunday afternoon and I am sent to a “big box retailer who shall not be named but whose logo is a big round dot." I was supposed to pick up a few things for the family. We needed milk, dish soap, deodorant and hair gel. But the most important thing on my list, apparently, was a bottle of my wife’s favorite shampoo.

She loves those fruity concoctions, like mango-eucalyptus-mint, orange-pomegranate-menthol, lavender cherry or vanilla-raspberry. I love that they all claim to keep hair in great condition, keep it from breaking and take five years off your age at the same time.

While shopping, I couldn't help but notice just how delicious those shampoos sounded. My belly even grumbled for a moment. Can you just imagine a mango, eucalyptus and mint chutney on a piece of Copper River Salmon? Or maybe an orange and pomegranate sorbet? Or a little lavender and cherry barbecue sauce? How about a vanilla-raspberry demi-glace on lamb chops? It all sounds divine.

Do you think that this is the no tear version?
  • Do you think that this is the no-tears version?

So the next time I am looking for inspiration for a sauce or a side dish, I'm going to walk the shampoo aisle and see what Johnson and Johnson is up to.

Randy King is the Executive Chef at Sysco Food Services of Idaho. He has served as the Executive Chef at several locations in Boise including Richard’s in Hyde Park, Crane Creek Country Club and the Doubletree Riverside Hotel. Randy is a member of the American Culinary Federation and has been awarded the elite status of Certified Executive Chef. He can typically be found behind a stove making a mess ... and something delicious to eat.

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