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get cooking.

I'm a big fan of doing my own cooking lately--it helps me keep my diet clean and saves some money. these might just be the best cookbooks I've ever seen.


the united states of pizza






thug kitchen


- james



stussy x plan check “stussy pack sspcb".

Spotted this vid over on Hypebeast. This is a rad idea and way to promote both companies. Plus the burger looks mega good, minus the pickles. Get a tasty burger and a sick shirt, sure, why not?
- Taylor

garage sessions - favorite food.

James and Taylor talk about their favorite foods in this quick garage session.

Check out more video on our youtube channel here.

- dripcult

creature cups.

Creature cups are an awesome way to styelize your dining experience with relatively low cost.

Not only are they awesome looking on their own, but they're a great way to scare the bajeezus out of your friends who have no idea there could be something in the bottom of their cup.

Creature cups are priced at either $14.99 or $19.99 depending on size and can be purchased here.

Cups come in one of three different themes: land, sea, and creepy.

Snag a couple cups for a gift or just because they're awesome.

- dripcult


eating with class.

Some restaurants can even make pizza look classy, especially pizzaria seven twelve.

Pita bread and hummus:

Roasted brussel sprout, hazelnut, bacon-maple vinaigrette:

Three pizzas:

  • roasted cauliflower, gruyère, riccotta, caramelized onion, salsa verde
  • speck, soppressata, garlic, tomato sauce, mozzarella
  • calabrese, shepards goat cheese, tomato sauce, red onion, nicoise olive, oregano

- James 


happy thanksgiving.


mint chocolate chip ice cream.

No summer of mine is complete without a little ice cream. I decided I should make some homemade ice cream, but by that I really mean Kelli should make some homemade ice cream. There was no way we were going to make a basic flavor like vanilla or chocolate so we decided on mint chocolate chip – smart. Maybe some other time we'll make vanilla, but probably not chocolate; sorry I'm not sorry. The runner's up were coconut, which we made later, and peach. I'm sure you can see why we went with mint chocolate chip first. An ice cream maker makes this process a whole heck of a lot easier, so you should probably invest in one if you choose to make your own homemade ice cream. I promise you, you wont regret the investment. We’re very happy with our first batch of homemade ice cream. We wolfed it down and we're ready to make some more. Any suggestions out there would be greatly appreciated. Maybe James is onto something with that chocolate dipped bacon. Who knows?

- Taylor


mmmmmmm awful.

I love breakfast. No, like, I LOVE breakfast. If I could, I would marry breakfast, but it would all just be an elaborate ploy to eat her entire family. The only breakfast food that I'm not always a fan of is waffles. It's not because waffles themselves aren't extremely delicious; they are. It's because most people don't know how to do the waffle justice. Po' wittow waffle, always prepared incorrectly: either thin and crunchy, or huge and dry.

I had had enough of these Belgium bummers, so I embarked on a journey of hope, willingly waiting for wonderful waffles. I knew not where they'd be, or how I'd even find them. I just knew that somewhere, they were calling to me.

One day, my search led me to The Awful Waffle in Provo, Utah. I had my doubts (especially since the word 'awful' was in the title), so I brought Andrew, Matt, and Sloane with me just in case. This is our story:

The Awful Waffle is, essentially, a walk up waffle shack. it's a one-room kitchen with two windows: one for odering and one for picking up. The menu is simple: waffles or crepes, along with a plethora of possible toppings, both savory and sweet. You wait in line to order while strategically building your batter-based treat in your mind. You can choose either a standard Belgium/Brussels waffle, a Liege waffle (more dense with vanilla added), or a crepe. 

Once you've decided what the base of your breakfast banquet will be, you proceed to add toppings. I'll say this, they did not skimp out on topping selection--they've got it all. From fresh fruit, to sauces, to meats and cheeses. You name it, they've probably got it, as well as a few you hadn't even thought of (liquid teddy grahams for example...nom nom). At this point, the quality of your waffle experience is dependant upon your own decision-making skills. After you've placed your order, you grab a seat and play the waiting game for a few minutes. 

Finally, the waiting game ends. Your name is called and vioula! Breakfast is served with a smile.

On this particular waffle adventure, I selected the Liege waffle with Strawberries, bananas, caramel sauce, and whipped cream. Matt went with the strawberry and nutella-filled crepe (he's watching his figure). Wise decisions.

I gotta say, breakfast was delicious. Seriously. The toppings were on point, and the waffle itself was cooked to perfection. The Awful Waffle restored my faith in the waffle industry as a whole. It's nice to see people out there stepping their game up to make sure breakfast remains the most important and most delicious meal of the day, no matter what time you eat it. So if you're ever in the area and are down to get down on some waffles, make sure you stop by The Awful Waffle. Click HERE for more info.

Bon Appetit!

- James



Kinfolk Volume Four.

Kinfolk does it again. They never fail to deliver an amazing magazine. I got volume four a couple days ago, and I've been looking at it and reading it nonstop. It always makes me hungry and instills a burning desire to create a feast for my friends and family out in the world. I really enjoyed the Renaissance Juicing photo essay. I thought the photos were mega crisp and it was shot quite well. They even offer tips on How To be Neighborly in this issue. Like taking them some extra cookies when you bake some up, to lending tools and a helping hand when needed. It really is all the little things that make a difference. Good job Kinfolk. We’re stoked on your new mag and can't put it down. Thanks guys.

Pre-order your copy of Kinfolk Volume 4 Here

- Taylor


lemonade monday.

It's been a hectic few weeks lately and for the first time yesterday it finally felt like summer. I had an urge to drink lemonade out of a mason jar so that's just what I did. My girlfriend Kelli even baked us some homemade banana bread for our makeshift picnic. With our banana bread and lemonade in hand, Kelli and I headed down to the park and set out to enjoy the summer weather. I suggest you get out and do the same. 

- Taylor