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check out what lisahanawalt is up to when she’s not gorging at the buffets in las vegas: 

One more month until BoJack!! YEEHAW!

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July 22, 2014   |   114 notes

Editor’s note: This employee knows nothing about cooking. Please humor him. 

If you’re anything like me, you sometimes get hungry. My solution for this is usually giving money to stores or restaurants that already have food that they are willing to trade, but last night I decided to switch it up by preparing a meal for myself! I started with one of the only dishes I can make: rice. On a hunch, I decided to put it into a hot dog bun. And now with this exclusive recipe, you can too!

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

-rice 

-a hot dog bun (you can warm it up somehow or not)

Step 1. Cook your rice (google it)

Step 2. Figure out some way to put the cooked rice (see step 1) into the hot dog bun. (I personally used my hands.)

Step 3. Enjoy! :)

Editor’s note again: Do not eat this if you enjoy good food.

July 22, 2014   |   175 notes

Monica Padrick, who wrote “Introduction to Decision Fatigue Related Eating” in our All You Can Eat issue, was just on KCRW’s Good Food talking about her article. Listen up to hear about the endless peanut M&M-ed, pizza-ed, hot wing-ed “gluttonous deluge” that is working as a writer for a TV show—and to hear what it was like for Evan Kleiman, Good Food's host, to be on the other end. 

July 21, 2014   |   76 notes

jeanscomics:

Could this be the cover to Night Burgers #1, a new Negative Pleasure Publication featuring psychedelic day glo comics by Josh Burggraf (joshburggraf), Anthony Meloro (anthonymeloro), Victor Kerlow (thankyouvictor), Josh Freydkis (joshfreydkis), Jason Murphy (menutnutnut), Amy Searles (amyofdarkness) and Ken Johnson (ballandcone)?

Find out soon!

http://negativepleasure.storenvy.com

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July 20, 2014   |   53 notes

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July 19, 2014   |   3,898 notes

The next entry in the Lucky Peach Record Club will be from the MAGIK MARKERS….more info & pics on that soon. Just throwin’ this up here on the Tumblr so friends in the West know that they’ll be playing your coast in the coming days

magikmarkers:

7/19/14 Hemlock Tavern San Francisco CA
7/21/14 Mississippi Studios Portland OR
7/22/14 Chop Suey Seattle WA
7/24/14 The Witch Room Sacramento CA
7/27/14 The Echo Los Angeles CA

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July 18, 2014   |   14 notes

AMAZING COTTON CANDY ART

July 16, 2014   |   54 notes

WEST COAST! On Monday, August 18, we are hosting a night of readings from the Seashore issue at Williams-Sonoma Union Square in San Francisco. There will be oysters and martinis and people discussing nautically inclined topics. 

Click here to purchase your ticket, which includes food and drink (available on a first-come first-served basis) as well as a copy of the Seashore issue, hitting newsstands on August 19! 

July 15, 2014   |   26 notes

darkarfs:

Lunchadors

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July 15, 2014   |   670 notes

TODAY is the last day to subscribe and receive our Seashore issue (featuring Italian photographer Gabriele Stabile, and Southeastern Pennsylvania correspondent Mark Ibold, pictured above, on the beaches of Rome) before it hits newsstands in August. 

Subscribe now! 

Photograph by Gabriele Stabile 

July 14, 2014   |   6 notes

WAR BAR via chimpendale:

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July 13, 2014   |   95 notes

Our dear friend Jason Polan, who most recently illustrated Rachel Khong’s All You Have Eaten article in our All You Can Eat issue, is part of the NYC Makers show at New York’s Museum of Art and Design. He’ll be drawing people in and around the museum through the exhibition, which ends October 12th. Go check him out—maybe he’ll draw a picture of you!

July 11, 2014   |   23 notes

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