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Following Gaby Hoffmann's announcement regarding the berry-banana-placenta breakfast smoothies she sucked down following the birth of her daughter, we got to wondering about all the different ways people make use of the stuff.  Turns out that—while there's little scientific rationale for consuming placenta—there's also no lack of reliable resources that say it's really, really good for you, from helping to normalize postpartum hormones to supporting milk supply and re-toning the uterus. Read More
Rabbit kidneys, roasted marrowbones, and monkfish liver do not necessarily evoke the images of comfort food for many. But for some reason this term has always been used to describe the cuisine chef Gabrielle Hamilton prepares in her East Village restaurant, Prune. “They have to attach these words to anything that a woman is doing no matter how challenging,” she said in an interview on Makers, a video collection of women’s stories featured on PBS this past September. Read More
Bold prints and food fashion- what’s not to love? Watch as two amazing, female artists collaborate with design and nail art in the short video, On The Nail with Fleury Rose. Rose, who has done nails for BUST Magazine several times in the past, got together with Courtney Gamble, head designer of MessQueen New York and frequent Bust Craftacular vendor, and the result looks delicious. Watch the video here! Before a sample sale and preview for her Spring/Summer ‘15 collection, Gamble stopped by Tomahawk Salon in Brooklyn to get her nail art on. Read More
Tuesdays are slowly becoming our favorite day of the week here at BUST for one important reason: Tasty Tuesdays! “We try out weird foods so that you don’t have to!" In our second installment, we tasted a not so well-known flavor of a favorite snack: Matcha Green Tea Pocky. Read More
Food policing sucks. It can totally catch you off guard the first time it happens.  “You’re getting fries too? Those’ll go straight to your hips, you know.” “Are you sure you seconds are a good idea?”  “Just a salad? You’re so thin—eat a darn cheeseburger!”  It’s startling, uncalled for, and people often don't know it’s a problem until it actually happens to them.  Recently, however, it’s been getting some much-needed attention via Twitter and other social media. Read More