BY Rebecca Peterson
on Oct 31, 2014
While vegetarians and vegans find themselves with increasingly tailored and green-washy options for ethical pigging out, Halloween poses a particular problem for us Americans in the bunch: animal welfare or free candy?
Both are seriously possible.
Through careful research and many, many years of trading Halloween candy with my little sister, I bring you my Top Ten (Totally Bad for You) Vegan Halloween candies. Enjoy the sugar hangover.
1. Laffy Taffys – These are vegan, though only the small ones. In a remarkable case of David vs. Read More
BY Melissa Coci
in Eat Me
on Mar 19, 2013
If you don’t live next door to an old lady who insists on putting up creepy Easter decorations featuring deranged looking Easter Bunnies and chicks, you might not realize that Easter is a mere 12 days away!
Now that you know, please proceed to eat copious quantities of chocolate and candy to get into the festive spirit. Here at BUST, we’ve found the perfect treats for you from New York Mouth!
Check out this Passover taster:
Since my birth into a Roman Catholic family, I have had the constant weight of Catholic guilt on my shoulders. Read More
BY Erika W. Smith
on Nov 02, 2012
With its drizzly rain, cold weather, and short, dark days, sometimes it seems like November is the cruelest month, or at least the most hated. But although summer days are now long past, there are plenty of reasons to love November! Here are ten of them:
1. You can get leftover Halloween candy for cheap.
Halloween is now over, and you know what that means…cheap candy! Like the day after Valentine’s Day and the day after Christmas, now is the time to stock up on all your favorite sweet treats.
2. Read More
BY Emma Orlow
on Jul 04, 2012
Moms know best, which means they’re sure to know what your favorite snacks are, and keep them on hand. Imogen Sheeran, mother of British singer-songwriter (and ginger) Ed Sheeran took things one step further, and created a line of wearable faux-candy creations inspired by Ed’s favorite snacks.
Her line of jewelry, called Allsorts Licorice, features a selection of rather yummy imitation sweets made from molding clay. Read More