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It’s no secret that the western culture of masculinity puts pressure on guys to be over-the-top macho—an attitude which manifests itself in many ways, including cat-calling and a whole bunch of other unpleasant stuff.  Just think about the show Man vs. Food.  The name says it all: Adam Richman, the star, doesn’t just have to eat every meal, he has to conquer  it.  Masculine culture dictates that these guys are “real ... Read More
Here at BUST HQ, we are fans of many F words, but one of our absolute favorites has to be food. So we are trying a new series where we try out weird foods so that you don’t have to! It all begins with Fairway’s original Olive-oil flavored Ice Cream. We came, we ate, we reacted. Now enjoy our results!   Emily "This is amazing. I love butter and anything that tastes like it could single-handedly destroy my arteries. I felt my heart stop and start ... Read More
Planning a hike, or just a stroll through the park? Either way, a picnic is the original cheap date, and we’ve got the perfect sandwich to bring along for the ride. Caponata is a Sicilian sweet-and-sour eggplant salad that’s laced with olives and finished off with fresh basil. This salad is ideal for a picnic, since the touch of vinegar gives it a pickled, summer-y appeal, and because the taste may even improve after it’s been toted around at ... Read More
Unicorns, rainbows and cookies, oh my! But seriously, GET IN MY BELLY. I do not care how much food dye you require— you are perfect. Yes, I do talk to all of my cookies… Maybe I spent too much time discussing My Little Pony with my little campers, but I am convinced that “friendship is magic” and anything rainbow and unicorn-themed should be praised. YouTuber Rosanna Pansino could be a Disney Princess. Seriously, watch her ‘Nerdy ... Read More
Happy Corn on the Cob Day!   Who would have thought there was a day to celebrate corn on the cob?  Well according to Google, the wondrous land of 100% totally true information, today’s the day!  In honor of this odd holiday, here are 8 corn on the cob recipes to help you get your fill of the crisp, sweet deliciousness of corn with all the hands-on fun of eating it straight off of the cob!  1)      Basic Boiled Corn ... Read More
National Donut Day, aka my third favorite not-real holiday after Rex Manning Day and Flag Day, happens to fall today, on this very June 6th 2014. Now what does this mean to you? EVERYTHING, this holiday should mean everything to you. Donuts are  my favorite circular shaped food, which means a lot considering most delicious things in the world are circular: pizza, pie, chicken pot pie, bagels, onion rings, sushi rolls, waffles, pancakes, hamburgers and even ... Read More
Full disclosure: I am writing this from a chair. I’m not doing squats, I’m not lunging across the office, I’m not secretly clenching my butt cheeks together while envisioning my brand new J. Crew neon yellow bikini settling perfectly on my teardrop behind. I’m wearing shorts that are maybe just slightly shorter than necessary, but that’s because Forever 21 was having a super legit sale and IT’S BASICALLY SUMMER OUTSIDE! This ... Read More
Today, I stumbled upon several articles promoting Alexa Chung's collaboration with Nails Inc. and the reveal of their newest polish made of KALE. No, you did not read that incorrectly. Yes, this nail polish, entitled NailKale, is made with the trendiest leafy green to ever make a comeback. After discovering this hilarious nonsense, I decided to scour the internet for more bi-products of the kale-obsessed decade in which we live. What I stumbled upon will surely ... Read More
One of the customers at the Atomic Grill Restaurant in Morgantown, West Virginia, requested via UrbanSpoon that, for whatever reason, the servers "show more skin." In retaliation to this absurd complaint, the owner of the restaurant, Dan McCawley, posted a photo advertising a $7.00 potato skin special. Amazing. McCawley said in an interview with ABC that, "It was brutish. I was upset. I'm a father of a 12-year-old girl and I've got five sisters. The way that ... Read More
In my early days as a restaurant cook, I had nightmares about breakfast. Not about consuming it, but preparing it. That fear had less to do with my hatred of waking up early and more to do with my anxiety over poaching eggs. “Ordering! Five more eggs Benedict!” the expeditor would scream, and I’d crack 30 eggs into the poaching water, hoping 20 of those would turn out edible. Though it took a while before I got my rhythm down, once I did, I became a ... Read More
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