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A VISION OF POST-APOCALYPTIC CUISINE: A look forward in time, to the year 2034, when we have industrialized chicken to the point of inedible toxicity. At the hands of Magnus Nilsson, a Frankenchicken rises to feed the memories of the ruling class.

This video was co-produced by Chris Ying and his buddy Ira Chute of Dark Rye, Whole Foods’ online magazine, and edited by Joel Fisher. There’s a version of this “story” in Issue 6 of Lucky Peach. Maybe you want to subscribe to the magazine so you don’t miss out on important and useful reportage like this in the future.

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  1. 666icecream reblogged this from luckypeach and added:
    Magnus Nilsson cooks a Frankenchicken
  2. hollarino reblogged this from luckypeach and added:
    I’m not normally a reblogger, but THIS is great! And if you don’t subscribe to, or at least follow Lucky Peach food...
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  6. pmabli reblogged this from food52 and added:
    This is arguably a weird post, but the questions and concerns it raises regarding food safety, creativity, and the...
  7. food52 reblogged this from luckypeach and added:
    In 2034, cooking chicken is illegal, so Magnus Nilsson builds his own Frankenchicken. Obviously.
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  10. inflo reblogged this from motherjones and added:
    subscribe - a bit pretentious and coast oriented, but good nonetheless.
  11. and-etcetera reblogged this from motherjones and added:
    Read “The Space Merchants”
  12. alligator reblogged this from otherdogs and added:
    The “Apocalypse” issue is probably my favorite issue of Lucky Peach so far. The apocalyptic comic by Anthony Bourdain is...

April 10, 2013   |   72 notes