For our April/May issue, BUST is bringing some lovin’ to your oven with our first ever fabulous FOOD issue! In our cover interview, awesome actress Liv Tyler dishes on her new film Super and lets us in on her secret flavor cravings. And inside, we’ll be going gangbusters with decadent do-it-yourself recipes, projects, and tutorials, including instructions for making your own retro recipe box and salt and pepper shakers, tips for sharpening up your knife skills, a guide to hosting your own food swap, making soy milk at home, and more. Plus, we’ll be hosting a virtual potluck with the planet’s most popular food bloggers, delving into the camouflaged world of female hunters, creating a visual feast of food-inspired art, and getting celebs like Anika, Russell Simmons, and Yuka Honda to spill the beans on their favorite eats! It’s enough to make your mouth water!
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LIV STRONG Ever wonder what it would be like to hang out and have a beer with the lovely Liv Tyler? By Phoebe Magee
DISHING IT OUT Our favorite food bloggers reveal their surefire recipes for potluck perfection.
A VIEW TO A KILL Wisconsin’s annual white-tailed-deer hunt attracts sportsmen, nature lovers, and a surprising number of women who aren’t afraid to meet their meat. By Jenny Rose Ryan
EVERYONE KNOWS IT'S WENDYTalk-show diva Wendy Williams gets real about what it takes to make it in media. By Giulia Rozzi
EAT DRINK ONE WOMAN Artist Lee Price explores the intimate connection between women and their secret snacks. By Emily McCombs
A STAR IS BORNFrom rebel restaurateurs to underground artisans, these gal gourmands are proving that food is the new rock ’n’ roll. By Jean Railla
ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONFood, friendship, and great fashion on four wheels. Photographed by Gabriela Hasbun, styling by Angel Phillips
BroadcastAnika is the new Nico; Suzanne Vega channels Carson McCullers; the gals behind sustainable butchery Lindy & Grundy bring home the bacon; and more. She-bonics Oprah Winfrey, Amber Tamblyn, Amy Adams, and Natalie Portman open up for their fans. By Whitney DwirePop Quiz Martha Stewart takes the cake! By Emily RemsBoy du Jour Vegging out with Russell Simmons. By Sabrina FordHot Dates Plan an April/May holiday. By Libby Zay
Real Life Make a recipe box for all your savory secrets; sharpen up your knife skills; DIY soy milk; and more. Old School Mom’s marzipan Easter lambs. By Maria Gagliano Buy or DIY Add some hip-hop to your tabletop with Salt-N-Pepa shakers! By Callie Watts
LooksBlogger Rebecca Stice dresses up nice; Ai for Ai catches our eye; accessories that are good enough to eat; and more. BUST Test Kitchen Our interns glam up on the job with lip treatment, dry shampoo, and body scrub. Good Stuff Tools for serving up food with attitude. By Stephanie J
Sex FilesPhone sex for the palate and the privates, and more. Questions for the Queen Dr. Carol Queen knows what’s on your vagina’s mind. One-Handed Read Recipe for Pleasure. By Letty James
Pop Tart You can run, but you can’t hide—from song lyrics. By Wendy McClure
Museum of Femoribilia Visitors never used to enter a neighbor’s yard without a proper calling card. By Lynn Peril
News From a Broad If Hooters is a place for “sexual entertainment,” then why does it have highchairs? By Kara Buller
Eat Me Try some Thai! By Chef Rossi
Mother Superior When Mama’s away, the kids will play—on the Internet. By Ayun Halliday
Around the World in 80 Girls Let’s go to San Diego! By Megan O. Andersen
X Games Needle Lift? By Deb Amlen
The BUST Guide
Music Reviews; plus, Yuka Honda and Petra Haden of If By Yes.
MoviesIn a Better World a Soul Surfer could avoid Meek’s Cutoff.
Books Reviews; plus, Wendy McClure gives us a taste of The Wilder Life.
Party Pics Our Feb/Mar Issue release party was naughty and nice!
The Last Laugh Tammy Pierce has a [meat]ball! By Esther Pearl Watson
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