To answer your question: yes, there's a food song on Weird Al's 14th album, on a send-up of Lorde's "Royals" ("I never seem to finish all my food"). There's also a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young swipe ("Mission Statement") and a silly gloss on Pharrell's "Happy" ("Tacky"). Elsewhere, the pop satirist picks easy targets, although his "Blurred Lines" take-down "Word Crimes" is a fun grammar police anthem finding Al spitting "irony is not coincidence" like a flustered Eminem. And of course there's a polka medley, featuring Miley Cyrus and Foster The People tunes. Some things never change.