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Food Pairing 101: What Goes Well With Sadnecessary by Milky Chance?

In the last eleven months I don’t think there’s an album I’ve enjoyed as much as I’ve enjoyed German folk-pop duo Milky Chance’s Sadnecessary. From start to finish, I’ve eaten that shit up. I love the way the band takes low key, mid-tempo acoustic pop, shoves it into an espresso machine and steams it with a side of DJ production. You know that former dance club kid that now […]

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Click: Animal Free Prom, A Tick Bite Vegan, Beignets, Life is a Bitch and Other Odds and Ends From the Week That Passed

These were the things that made me say hmmmm: Articles: 33 Vegan Comfort Food Recipes that May Be Better Than the Original Portland Hosts a Vegan Prom to Wrap Up Try Vegan Week 21 Best Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in America The Lone Star Tick Could Make You Vegetarian Subway is Testing an All Vegan Sub Recipes: Smokey Lentil and Sweet Potato Tacos from Vegan Richa Raw […]

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Food Flavored Song: Michelada by Cold Blood Club

It’s a bit hard for me to tell but I swear to god that Cold Blood Club’s new single “Michelada” drops the line “did someone spike your Jamaica” a number of times. If that’s the case, this track will easily become J-Fur’s new fav. Since her study abroad trip to Mexico, circa 2000, she has searched high and low for a version of Jamaica that […]

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Cook: Walnut “Taco” Salad

“A culinary creation that baffles the human mind. A 12,000 calorie salad.” -Bud Light Real Men of Genius Commercial You may remember from 1998 to 2008, Bud Light ran a series of commercials aimed at highlighting the men who work in overlooked professions or those who had out of the norm character traits. These included such important men as Mr. Paranoid of the Ocean Guy, […]

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Cook: Pierogi Quesadilla with Vegan Dill Sour Cream

So there I was minding my own business, eating some sauerkraut pancakes and writing the pilot for a Breaking Bad style falling from grace story about a 90 year old World War Two vet who realizes he doesn’t have much time left so he goes to work as a drug mule for a Mexican cartel when BH popped up on my Facebook page. She suggested we were on the […]

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Click: Cheap Girls, Bacon Grease, Guy Picciotto, Waffle Tacos and Other Odds and Ends That Caught My Attention This Week

For the last two weeks, here’s what has been running through my mind: Recipes: Vegan Waffle Tacos (Linked at Vegan Crunk) Blueberry Streusel Coffee Cake (Not Vegan) (One Perfect Bite) Lemon Raspberry Pizooki (Vegan Yack Attack) Tofu Chops (Vegan Dad) Tampa Happenings: Mayor’s Mac and Cheese Throwdown (May 10th) Tampa Underwater (Last Week) Taste of Pinellas (May 9th and 10th) The Walking Dead Escape (May 10th) Articles: Philly, Birthplace […]

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Food Pairing 101: What Goes Well With Beth Thornley’s New EP?

Magnolia and Gabrielle. Britney Spears in Spring Breakers. Pixies in Fight Club. Tom Petty in Jerry Maguire. Every once in a while a film director perfectly pairs a song with the scene that is playing out before your eyes. It is such a flawless union that song and clip cease to exist separately. They become forever intertwined, you can’t have one without the other. A […]

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Food Pairing 101: What Goes Well with E-Dubble’s No Rest for the Wicked

Somedays I want my food a bit wicked. It could be a Boston thing. It could be a horror show thing. It could be naughty like. That’s the beauty of wickedness, it is just so damn versatile. Most importantly, wicked never rests. With that being said here are just a few wicked recipes I would easily recommend. Wicked witches with sombreros, Boston Baked Beans, Wicked […]

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Where We Eat: Capital Tacos

I was visiting Sugar and Spice Daycare last week attempting to enroll my new pet calf Lucy (oddly enough, they wouldn’t even consider her for the waiting list). When we reached the parking lot on our way out we were nearly run over by an out of control car. It came to a screeching to a halt a few inches from Lucy’s front hoof. Out […]

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