Think about it. Loads of songs, albums, bands, and even record companies have food in their titles.
Honey shows up in lots of song titles, like the Beatles Honey Pie, Van Morrison’s Tupelo Honey, the Beach Boys’ Wild Honey, and Carl Perkins’ Honey Don’t, just as it is appearing as a sugar substitute in more and more recipes.
Even though honey has far more health benefits than refined sugar we shouldn’t throw the baby out with the bath water. Rock 'N Roll without Chubby Checker’s Peppermint Twist, Neil Young’s Sugar Mountain, or Marcy Playground’s Sex and Candy would be like Valentine's Day without sweets or birthdays without cake!
Fats Domino had an early rock hit with Blueberry Hill. It has stood the test of time just like blueberries, which deliver health boosting antioxidants to those who indulge.
The Allman Brothers named an entire album, Eat a Peach after the fruit truck that fatally hit Dwayne Allman while riding his motorcycle. And Meat Loaf took food to a really personal level.
If you’re more of a carnivore than a sugartooth, your favorite ode to food may be Jimmy Buffet’s Cheeseburger in Paradise.