Foobooz Has Got Your Back During The Holidays: Check Out The Official Foobooz Store Apology Letter


Forgot to get someone a gift? Didn’t realize you were getting a gift from that weird aunt you only ever see during the holidays?

Have no fear. We’ll take the heat for you. Order something from the Foobooz Store today and add this Official Foobooz Store Apology Note to your order for free.

We’ll include this heartfelt letter and send out your shipment with an apology, taking the blame for the gift arriving late.

It’s cool, we won’t tell anyone.

Foobooz Apology Letter [Foobooz Store]

New At The Foobooz Store: The Perfect Get-Out-Of-Trouble-On-Christmas Gift (And It’s Free)

foobooz-oops-400Okay, so we understand you’re busy. We understand that you tried really hard to get something cool for every single food lover on your list. But then, just like always happens, there was that one person you forgot. Or maybe it was that weird uncle who NEVER gets you anything, but this year decided to buy ugly sweaters for you and your entire family. And now, just to keep everything cool on the home front, you have to get him something, too.

Whatever the reason, if you find yourself in a situation where you need to buy a present for someone and, further, need it to look like you bought it well before Christmas, we here at the Foobooz Store have a solution for you.

Right now, we’re offering an official Foobooz Store apology letter which can ship with any order. In it, we basically take the heat for messing up Christmas–claiming that it was entirely our fault that whatever lovely gift you’ve chosen is shipping late. All you have to do is add this heartfelt letter to your shopping cart in the Foobooz Store and we’ll send out your shipment with an apology, totally taking all the blame for the gift arriving late.

Oh, and better still? The letter is completely free. Happy holidays to one and all.

Foobooz Apology Letter [Foobooz Store]

The Store’s Got Jerky


Last year’s jerky sales came as a surprise to us. We didn’t think you guys would be so into local, boutique jerky. But we sold a lot of it, in fact, we sold out of it within two weeks.

Ladies and gentlemen, the jerky is back. Side Project Jerky comes in two flavors this year: Southwestern and Mongolian, and you’ll only be able to find them in very select stores in Philly, and even fewer stores across the country.

Get it while you can, because if what happened last year happens again, they’ll be gone before you know it.

Take me to the jerky!

CyberMonday: Foobooz Store Offering Gift Packs and Free Shipping


Through the end of today, the Foobooz Store is offering special gift packs as well as free shipping.

The Foobooz Store has combined some of our best-selling products into bundles and are offering them at a discount.

Enter the discount code, FREESHIPPING at checkout to have shipping charges waived.

Foobooz Store [Official Site]

The Foobooz Store Has A Book Collection


Books! We’ve got books!

Local Philadelphia photographer (and University of the Arts alum), Dominic Episcopo, has a book of meat, and it’s one of the most visually entertaining books I’ve ever skimmed through. It’s called Meat America, and it includes beautiful depictions of cities, icons, and all things America, done through the eyes of a true carnivore. It’s raw, in your face, witty, and a talking piece to boot. If you want to add something to your Clothbound Cabot Cheese decorated kitchen, maybe add a Meat America 11×14 in. United States of America fine art print.

Oh, and the book is also packaged in styrofoam and plastic wrapped, like ground meat in the supermarket, which is at least 15% of the reason why I like it so much.

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Jake and Amir <3 Foobooz and Slice Pizza


For all you youths out there who are obsessed with both food and the internet, have I got something for you.

Jake & Amir could be one of the funniest sketches on the Internet. If you haven’t heard of it, look it up, start with their first video and waste your day away. They’re a hilarious duo, and College Humor is a great site to quench a fit of boredom. Jake, Amir, and Streeter had a live show this past Friday and they hung out at Rittenhouse Square beforehand. They needed some pizza ordering advice, and I offered my assistance, as long as they provided Foobooz with some shameless self-promotion.

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