One thing they do different down at the old Cannuli place: their Big Three includes a lamb! Gone—from their main logo, at least—is that tiresome old chicken. (That thing's always trying to horn in on the fun. Remember how the corn-peckin' hanger-on is ordinarily depicted. She usually occupies an "And featuring" role.) And the Cannulis more than adequately justify the innocent lamb's inclusion: "Lamb is a particularly tender meat and all the joints can be roasted," they inform us. "This is because lambs are slaughtered before their connective tissues become tough, so the tissues dissolve easily in the meat’s natural moisture during cooking." (I added the emphasis, but the dead baby animals added the flavor!)
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It is here where the pig's death wish passes from creepy to just plain embarrassing. Yes, pig, we get it already! Your desire to be destroyed is overpowering. Yes, yes. But do you have to act like the lamb's tagalong little brother about it? Get some dignity, would you?
Finally, let us acknowledge that the Cannulis have a taste for the sarcastic, too. Check out their so-called "living logo" complete with rotating pig on a spit. It's a chicken-shuffling, flag-waving, that-pig-is-totally-dead good time!