BY Eloise Giegerich in General on Nov 25, 2013 |
In honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, actress/undercover amazing singer Rashida Jones sang a glorious song about stuffing during her recent appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Watch below as she describes why stuffing is her favorite Thanksgiving food, and prepare to have your mind blown/a sudden insatiable need for stuffing.Thanks to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
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BY Adrienne Tooley in Crafty on Nov 22, 2013 |
The BUST Magazine Craftacular is going up the Hudson for our first-ever upstate event! Over 45 craft, vintage, and fancy-food vendors will set up shop as part of Basilica Hudson Farm & Flea, a celebration of food, culture, art, and community in beautiful and bustling Hudson, NY.
Once you’ve eaten your fill of Thanksgiving leftovers, come out to Basilica Hudson, Hudson, NY on Saturday, November 30, and Sunday, December 1, to visit BUST and the ... Read More
BY Kat Hamilton in General on Nov 14, 2013 |
As Thanksgiving approaches, it is difficult not to get wrapped up (badabing!) in preparations and endless phone calls with the folks. Or if you’re like many of my friends in NYC, you might be preoccupied with finding a way to make the Holidays special even though you will be working like a champ. Cheezy as it sounds, half of the fun of the holiday spirit is helping others. Whether you are hosting a traditional turkey fest for your close friends or ... Read More
BY Brittany Houlihan in Crafty on Nov 20, 2012 |
In my opinion, you either like pies, or you were born without tastebuds. Luckily, one of the vendors at this year’s BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular is Daly Pies.
Brooklyn-based Daly Pies is owned and operated by Meghan Daly, and has been in business since 2011. Daly Pies uses handcrafted methods to create delicious flavor combinations, all while using fresh and locally culled ingredients.Chocolate Guinness PieMulled Pear ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Eat Me on Nov 19, 2012 |
Thanksgiving can be a tricky time of year to be a vegan. Oftentimes, people make distinctions between “normal” food and plant-based food, when in actuality, there’s plenty of traditional holiday fare that can be made vegan-friendly with a few cruelty-free substitutions. In the following video, Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, award-winning author of such books as The Joy of Vegan Baking, The Vegan Table, Color Me Vegan, and Vegan’s Daily ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Eat Me on Nov 15, 2012 |
Beloved plant-based chef Terry Hope Romero’s latest cookbook, Vegan Eats World: 300 International Recipes For Savoring The Planet arrived at BUST HQ at the perfect time. I’m gearing up for my third Thanksgiving as a vegan, and though I usually can get very elaborate, preparing multiple cruelty-free offerings to share with my family from the comfort of my mom’s kitchen, this year I need to find a dish that can be made ahead of time, travels well, ... Read More
BY Erika W. Smith in General on Nov 02, 2012 |
With its drizzly rain, cold weather, and short, dark days, sometimes it seems like November is the cruelest month, or at least the most hated. But although summer days are now long past, there are plenty of reasons to love November! Here are ten of them:
1. You can get leftover Halloween candy for cheap.
Halloween is now over, and you know what that means…cheap candy! Like the day after Valentine’s Day and the day after Christmas, now ... Read More
BY Lauren Rubin in Eat Me on Nov 24, 2010 |
Ahhh…Thanksgiving, the first link on the proverbial winter holiday chain of events. A time when biological families and selective families gather round to indulge in gluttony in it's most jovial form, and scroll down the list of people, places and things they are so grateful for. Personally, my turkey day traditions have gotten a little stale over the years. Seeing the same spread of green beans, stuffing, potatoes, cranberry sauce ... Read More
Me and Grandma. Keeping it Positive with a Thumbs Up on Celluloid. I have always enjoyed recording family gatherings. I’m sure most of you would agree to this statement. You may record with still images (most popular) or you may record with more involved moving images. Both mediums, suited perfectly and time-tested for documenting life as it happens, but here are a few more memory vehicle suggestions that may spark a new ... Read More