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Click: Murder Free Chianti, Vegan Sex, Meatless Monday at a Steakhouse, Making Mustard, Lunchmoney Lewis and Other Things That Titillated My Fingers This Week

Not wanting to be outdone by their Thin Mint brethren, Tag-A-Longs went all raw, vegan this week. The ball is in your court now terrible, terrible Samoas. Here’s some other things that outdid themselves this week: Happenings: Austin’s Getting an Entirely Plant Based Gastropub Vegan Winos and Murder Free Chianti Your Condoms May Have Milk: Healthy Vegan Sex The New York State Fair is Seeking a […]

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Cook: Lentil, Barley and Split Pea Stew

“I’ve heard it all before, I could hear it all a thousand times more” -“What If I” by Pennywise (the band, not the clown) I get it, Señor Meatman, I’m a vegan and you are super concerned about the amount of protein I take in. I assure you there is nothing to worry about. I get more than enough protein from all the protein bars I […]

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Cook: Squash Pancakes

Time for a note from one of our readers: Dear Tender, What do I do with the large amount of chickpea flour that has been hanging in my pantry for nearly a year? Love, Blender Tanson Yo Blender, You turn it into squash dumplings. Enjoy, Tender Branson Dear Tender, What do I do if my lazy ass decided to dice the one pound of yellow squash necessary for the […]

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Food Flavored Album Review: The Go! Team’s The Scene Between

For three albums The Go! Team has made a name for itself by crossbreeding tricked out noise rock melodies, old school hip-hop, schizzed up blaxploitation and Bollywood soundtrack collages and dance music that feels like it came straight out of the blast furnace. Overtop, they’ve pumped in jump rope chant choruses and verses delivered with choo choo train like elocution by rapper Ninja (or Kaori Tsuchida or Chi Fukami Taylor […]

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Click: Vegan St. Patty’s Day Recipes, Fugazi Covers, Beastly Pretzel Sliders, A Non-Dairy Milk Guide and Other Things That Grabbed My Attention This Week

The Germans certainly know how to make meat. But can they make vegan meat? That was a topic that I researched extensively this week. Turns out they can. Here’s more of what I “extensively” researched: Happenings: Does Being Vegan Really Help Animals? Mellow Mushroom now offers a “Vegan Favorites” Menu Vegan Peeps Exist and Can Be Turned Into Vegan S’Mores Eating A Week of Food From Beyonce’s […]

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Cook: Farro, Artichokes and Greens

Years ago one of the cereal mother grains, Ms. Barley, got knocked up by a traveling salesman. He had come to her door hoping to pawn off some of his large supply of malt. When he removed his hat and smoothed down his hair Ms. Barley, who was like an unmarried version of a desperate housewife, led him to a grass field. It was here that the two of […]

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Food Pairing 101: What Goes With Bailey’s Brunch at Carmel Kitchen?

Is it any wonder that Carmel Kitchen is rolling out their new Bailey’s Brunch menu in South Tampa? After all, South Tampa is to brunch as Paris is to lovers. At least that is what I’ve heard from my friends with the funny haircuts. You see I don’t live in South Tampa and I don’t do much brunch. I frankly find both of those a bit…shall […]

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Click: Black and Vegan, Combating PMS, Dairy Free Illuminaties, Mint Chocolate Chia Parfaits, Bitches in the Hood and Other Items From This Past Week

Its bad enough that the Ivy League schools scheme about ways to rule politics, now (meaning for the last four years) they are doing the same thing to veganism. We’ve gotta watch out for those vegan illuminaties. Here are some other things to watch out for: Happenings: Its not easy being young, black and vegan Study Suggests Going Vegan Could Improve Productivity Best Vegan Cheesesteak Contest Running […]

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Where We Eat: Give & Grub Food Truck

Everyone knows that the more people that get involved in something, the more likely it is to be ruined. There’s even an ancient proverb that speaks directly to keeping collaborations to a minimum: “too many cooks spoil the broth”. I think it is time to mark that proverb with a big ol’ asterisk, one that is footnoted at the bottom with the words “the exception to this proverb is Tampa’s Give & Grub […]

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