A cookery column by Nick, vocalist with metal band The Famine. Veggie/vegan friendly!
I stole the idea for this dish from my favorite restaurant in the world, Mr. Chopsticks in Denton, Texas. However, it has recently come to my attention that many of you do not live in North Texas, and that others don’t appreciate food being served by disinterested art students with beards and without bras. None of the waitstaff could tell me the ingredients in this dish because they are all too busy snorting lines off of Devendra Banhart cds, so I was left to fend for myself. This is my interpretation of “Spicy Mixed Vegetables with Tofu.” Now that I’ve typed it out, that title sucks. Henceforth, this dish shall be called “Boy Division,” and it is taken ...
Allow me to begin this recipe with a preamble. The outpouring of feedback over my last dish has been nothing short of shocking, primarily because ...
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Allow me to begin this recipe with a preamble. The outpouring of feedback over my last dish has been nothing short of shocking, primarily because my contact information was not posted anywhere, and I have no idea how anyone was able to track me down, much less how many of you were able to recite my social security number and a list of my greatest fears. For the record, mechanical pencils are responsible for LITERALLY tens and tens of deaths since 1978. Your comments ranged from the well-informed- “Hey douchelord, your band sucks.” To the flattering- “Your food sucks, but ...
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