TORONTO — Had a great restaurant meal, or have a go-to favourite dish? Sure, we all do. But, for some fashionable foodies, it’s not enough to taste their favourite gastronomical delights — they have to immortalize their experiences with tattoos, too.
According to a recent report by The Globe and Mail’s Wency Leung, the popularity of food-related tattoos is on the rise, with everything from cupcakes to roast-ready pigs being inked on arms and ankles across Canada.
In fact, Leung points out that one industrious restaurateur in Ohio was so intrigued by the trend, that he began offering discounts to those who emblazoned themselves with his boîte’s famous sandwich, an offer that has received a surprising number of takers.
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