BY Emily Robinson in Eat Me on Aug 21, 2014 |
Boobie Trap is not your average watering hole with nip-slipping waitresses. ( We're looking at you, Hooters.) It is, however, a smorgasbord of boobs. A galleria of the tit. A celebration of the nipple. A magical breast playground. (Am I pushing it? Okay. I digress.)
ANYWAY, Boobie Trap (your new favorite bar) has officially opened in Bushwick. Allison Davis of New York Magazine described it as a “John-Waters-meets-rockabilly bar-room ... Read More
BY Sonia Edwards in Eat Me on Aug 19, 2014 |
It’s that time of the week again, and the BUST bloggers are hungry!! Hungry for life, for experience, but mostly for novelty junk food. We want weird and we want it now.Enter: cappuccino-flavored Lay’s potato chips. The first time I saw a picture of these, I thought it was a joke, and a pretty sad one at that. I saw them in real life for the first time this morning and groaned. I died a little inside because I knew I had to take one for the ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Eat Me on Aug 18, 2014 |
This deceptively delicious green shake from the new cookbook The Blender Girl by Tess Masters is the perfect treat to whip up when you want your food to BE healthy but not necessarily TASTE healthy. When a recipe for kale is this good, it's easy to eat leafy greens every day!
SunCafe, my favorite local raw restaurant, won SeriousEats.com’s Best Smoothie in L.A. award for a blend that’s similar to this one. I’m ... Read More
BY Emily Robinson in Eat Me on Jul 29, 2014 |
Tuesdays are slowly becoming our favorite day of the week here at BUST for one important reason: Tasty Tuesdays! “We try out weird foods so that you don’t have to!"
In our second installment, we tasted a not so well-known flavor of a favorite snack: Matcha Green Tea Pocky.
While growing up as a fan of Matcha, I can't deny that it taste sorta like something that would get stuck to Frodo's foot while trecking to Middle Earth on ... Read More
BY Emma Tilden in Eat Me on Jul 22, 2014 |
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