Posted by: BUST Magazine
in Eat Me
on Sep 19, 2012
Forget tasteless tofu dogs: this collection of plant-based recipes proves backyard barbeques need not be dominated by meat. Better yet, the ingredients here are found at any grocery store—no specialty vegan pantry required—and the recipes are so simple it’s easy to make several courses on a single grill.
At a recent barbecue, friends devoured the scrumptious slip-n-sliders, garbanzo-bean-based burgers flavored with ... Read More
Posted by: Amy Bucknam
on Sep 12, 2012
Everything's cooler when it's scaled down to a teeny tiny size. So it's only right and natural that someone decided to create adorable tiny foods for our viewing and playing pleasure.
These miniature meals are created by Re-Ment, a collection of artists in Japan that make teensy weensy models of food items and meals scaled down to 1/6 the normal size. They're now being sold online as Barbie Doll food, and called Puchi Petite. ... Read More
Posted by: Bridgette Miller
on Sep 12, 2012
The moment you've been waiting for has arrived: applications are now open for the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair Holiday 2012 in New York City!
This year's holiday shopping extravaganza will take place on Saturday, December 1st and Sunday, December 2nd at 82 Mercer St. in SoHo, New York.
The BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair Holiday 2012 will feature:
Two full days to sell during one of the busiest shopping ... Read More
Posted by: Kaitlin Cole
in Eat Me
on Aug 27, 2012
As summer comes to a close, we’ve rounded up a few easy, delicious recipes that'll cool you down during the next few weeks of heat. As an added bonus, they're all vegan!
The first recipe is for Toasted Marshmallow Ice Cream, courtesy of Chocolate Covered Katie (who is a master of easy and healthy desserts.) Her recipes make it easy to control how sweet you want the end result to be, and she even includes helpful instructions on ... Read More
Posted by: Intern Grace Wielebinski
on Jul 19, 2012
Some novels are so enthralling you can become completely engrossed in the world the author has created, and for graphic designer and photographer Dinah Fried, this holds true right down to what the characters ate for dinner. In her series “Fictious Dishes,” Fried recreates iconic meals eaten by main characters from The Catcher in the Rye, Oliver Twist, The Girl With a Dragon Tattoo, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and Moby ... Read More