Photo by James Ransom
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked David Mendez Alonso to share his favorite place to eat. David, aka Mister The Freak, is a Spanish artist who lives and works and London. Continue reading for his answer.
The HopBox is a home brewing kit contained in a handcrafted pine and aromatic cedar wood box. Complete with a drawer and compartments for all the equipment, the HopBox enables you to brew at home and contain the mess that occurs when you try to channel your inner-booze chemist.
Benny T’s Vesta is “the world’s first dry hot sauce,” and it will leave your mouth on fire.
Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos
Anyone who has ever spent a joyous, long afternoon picking crabs and drinking beer has an idea of how this seasonal beer from Flying Dog tastes. Brewers spent 6 months with the spice experts at OLD BAY developing this summer treat. On shelves Memorial Day through Labor Day in Maryland, DC, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and North Carolina.
Aziz Ansari, Eric Wareheim and Jason Woliner present “Food Club”.
The symbol of a changing San Francisco
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Ryan De La Hoz to share his favorite place to eat. Ryan is a San Francisco-based artist, who had a recent exhibition at Slow Culture in L.A. and has an 8-page feature in the current issue of Juxtapoz. Continue reading for his answer.
This documentary film traces the origins of Chinese American cuisine through what is arguably its most famous dish, General Tso Chicken. Grab some take-out and take in the trailer in, or better yet, make your own.
Farming the White House by Arlo Crawford
When the Crawford family was recruited to help Michelle Obama grow her vegetable garden, they got a close look at the frustrations and thrills of politics.
Before going to bed on the night before Good Friday, Cowgirl Café owner Karen Hendrickson prayed to the Lord: “Dear God, please just continue to look over the Cowgirl Café.” Little did she know that the next morning her prayers would be answered, and it would be the big guy’s son who would do the watching. Risen from the griddle—and soon to be on display in the Norco, California restaurant—this image of Jesus with “a receding hairline” appeared on a freshly made pancake. To some it’s a “divine sign,” and to others a wasted meal that looks like Charles Manson, but whatever the case, Jesus is out there on a pancake on a plate for anyone that wants to make the pilgrimage.
This is how it’s made