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FAVA BEANS.
Much like electronica and gaucho pants, it was popular in Europe/Asia long before making its debut in America. But the fava bean has arrived at last, and it’s making its presence known in fresh spring salads, in plates pureed with butter and cream, and smushed lovingly into twenty dollar pasta dishes at cozy Italian bistros. The lovely edamame-green look and nutty taste lend itself to any summer dish, and its high protein/low cholesterol count gives it the oh-so-bohemian nickname “Meat of the Poor.” One of the easiest cultivated plants to grow, look for it to be popping up on Brooklyn stoops this summer as food for the unwashed hipster masses.

FAVA BEANS.

Much like electronica and gaucho pants, it was popular in Europe/Asia long before making its debut in America. But the fava bean has arrived at last, and it’s making its presence known in fresh spring salads, in plates pureed with butter and cream, and smushed lovingly into twenty dollar pasta dishes at cozy Italian bistros. The lovely edamame-green look and nutty taste lend itself to any summer dish, and its high protein/low cholesterol count gives it the oh-so-bohemian nickname “Meat of the Poor.” One of the easiest cultivated plants to grow, look for it to be popping up on Brooklyn stoops this summer as food for the unwashed hipster masses.

ARTISAN FRIES.

ARTISAN FRIES.

(Source: stachxxx, via gonewiththewindddd)

CIGARETTES ARE FOOD, TOO.

CIGARETTES ARE FOOD, TOO.

REBEL.
matt-t:

The FDA got rid of the food pyramid for something called ‘my plate’
This is my plate.

REBEL.

matt-t:

The FDA got rid of the food pyramid for something called ‘my plate’

This is my plate.

POST-COITAL OUTDOOR EXHIBITIONIST BRUNCH.

POST-COITAL OUTDOOR EXHIBITIONIST BRUNCH.

(Source: misswallflower, via cuntented)

MACARONS.
The French have invaded us. Stripey shirts, un-ironic berets, bad electronica, food elitism, a tendency to sit in cafes for hours just pouting…it’s all there. The good news? We also get their charming baked goods. Macarons have been popping up in ladylike coffee shops and yuppie bakeries all around the country. The girlie girl’s answer to patchouli-infested, hippy dippy 24-hour coffee places, the US version of a French patisserie involves bistro tables, fresh flowers, overpriced pastries, and a totally hot girl with non-prescription glasses sulking behind the counter. Fork over two bucks for two bites of a rose-infused sugary confection and hum Serge Gainsbourg under your breath to look cultured and worldly.

MACARONS.

The French have invaded us. Stripey shirts, un-ironic berets, bad electronica, food elitism, a tendency to sit in cafes for hours just pouting…it’s all there. The good news? We also get their charming baked goods. Macarons have been popping up in ladylike coffee shops and yuppie bakeries all around the country. The girlie girl’s answer to patchouli-infested, hippy dippy 24-hour coffee places, the US version of a French patisserie involves bistro tables, fresh flowers, overpriced pastries, and a totally hot girl with non-prescription glasses sulking behind the counter. Fork over two bucks for two bites of a rose-infused sugary confection and hum Serge Gainsbourg under your breath to look cultured and worldly.

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CHEEZBURGERS.

CHEEZBURGERS.

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GAS STATION SNACKS.

GAS STATION SNACKS.

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FAVA BEANS.
Much like electronica and gaucho pants, it was popular in Europe/Asia long before making its debut in America. But the fava bean has arrived at last, and it’s making its presence known in fresh spring salads, in plates pureed with butter and cream, and smushed lovingly into twenty dollar pasta dishes at cozy Italian bistros. The lovely edamame-green look and nutty taste lend itself to any summer dish, and its high protein/low cholesterol count gives it the oh-so-bohemian nickname “Meat of the Poor.” One of the easiest cultivated plants to grow, look for it to be popping up on Brooklyn stoops this summer as food for the unwashed hipster masses.

FAVA BEANS.

Much like electronica and gaucho pants, it was popular in Europe/Asia long before making its debut in America. But the fava bean has arrived at last, and it’s making its presence known in fresh spring salads, in plates pureed with butter and cream, and smushed lovingly into twenty dollar pasta dishes at cozy Italian bistros. The lovely edamame-green look and nutty taste lend itself to any summer dish, and its high protein/low cholesterol count gives it the oh-so-bohemian nickname “Meat of the Poor.” One of the easiest cultivated plants to grow, look for it to be popping up on Brooklyn stoops this summer as food for the unwashed hipster masses.

ARTISAN FRIES.

ARTISAN FRIES.

(Source: stachxxx, via gonewiththewindddd)

CIGARETTES ARE FOOD, TOO.

CIGARETTES ARE FOOD, TOO.

REBEL.
matt-t:

The FDA got rid of the food pyramid for something called ‘my plate’
This is my plate.

REBEL.

matt-t:

The FDA got rid of the food pyramid for something called ‘my plate’

This is my plate.

POST-COITAL OUTDOOR EXHIBITIONIST BRUNCH.

POST-COITAL OUTDOOR EXHIBITIONIST BRUNCH.

(Source: misswallflower, via cuntented)

MACARONS.
The French have invaded us. Stripey shirts, un-ironic berets, bad electronica, food elitism, a tendency to sit in cafes for hours just pouting…it’s all there. The good news? We also get their charming baked goods. Macarons have been popping up in ladylike coffee shops and yuppie bakeries all around the country. The girlie girl’s answer to patchouli-infested, hippy dippy 24-hour coffee places, the US version of a French patisserie involves bistro tables, fresh flowers, overpriced pastries, and a totally hot girl with non-prescription glasses sulking behind the counter. Fork over two bucks for two bites of a rose-infused sugary confection and hum Serge Gainsbourg under your breath to look cultured and worldly.

MACARONS.

The French have invaded us. Stripey shirts, un-ironic berets, bad electronica, food elitism, a tendency to sit in cafes for hours just pouting…it’s all there. The good news? We also get their charming baked goods. Macarons have been popping up in ladylike coffee shops and yuppie bakeries all around the country. The girlie girl’s answer to patchouli-infested, hippy dippy 24-hour coffee places, the US version of a French patisserie involves bistro tables, fresh flowers, overpriced pastries, and a totally hot girl with non-prescription glasses sulking behind the counter. Fork over two bucks for two bites of a rose-infused sugary confection and hum Serge Gainsbourg under your breath to look cultured and worldly.

(via ffoodd-deactivated20120802)

CHEEZBURGERS.

CHEEZBURGERS.

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GAS STATION SNACKS.

GAS STATION SNACKS.

(via abottleofredwine)

FARMER’S MARKETS.

FARMER’S MARKETS.

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