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Do you love pineapples? So do I. Do you know the best way to cut one up? Neither did I. But after some practice, I’m proud to say that I’ve mastered a method that looks sweet and saves more of the good stuff.  What You Need: A whole ripe pineapple Chef’s knife Paring knife (optional) Cutting board Trim The Roughage Using a sturdy cutting board and sharp knife, slice off the base of the pineapple. Keep the leafy top to use as a handle while cutting. Stand the pineapple upright and trim down the outer skin. Read More
Ever since Hooters opened, many have wished for a male version of the popular chain restaurant. Amy Schumer’s hilarious “Lunch at O’Nutters” skit further explored this desire for a male Hooters. Finally, someone has answered those prayers and opened Tallywackers in Dallas, Texas. Young, muscular men walk around the restaurant serving food in tiny shorts and tank tops. The tank tops are required because of food safety laws, but that doesn't mean you won't see plenty of bare chests. The waiters are constantly ripping off their shirts for photo-ops and birthday wishes. Read More
  The world of brews can be pretty exclusive. Thankfully, a few ladies (including former BUST intern and founder of the Lady Birds Beer Club, Gina Vasoli) are mixing up Philadelphia’s beer scene, a tight-knit community of small brewers. Whether it’s brewing, selling, or creating women-only beer clubs, they all have one thing in common: They’re making the business of that golden stuff on tap fair for all. The Philly Voice spoke to six of the women about the challenges they face as being the minority of the industry. Read More
It’s a hot day, you’re a hot lady, and it’s five o’clock somewhere—enjoy the “poptail” hour with these boozy popsicles. Fruity, creamy, and super chill, these frozen treats are easy to make and perfect for summer evenings (or afternoons, or anytime at all). Kick back with a great book and a popsicle, or break ‘em out at party! Peach Bourbon Lemonade Popsicles   So dangerously simple and mouth-watering. Recipe here.   Dirty Pirate Popsicles     Rum and coke for the lady pirate in us all. Recipe here. Read More
Berries aren’t just for pie and ice cream anymore— check out these super delicious and creative ways to include berries in all kinds of meals this summer. In New York (BUST headquarters!), strawberries come into season in June, blackberries and raspberries in July, and blueberries in August. Check out this handy crop availability calendar to see which berries come into season when in your hometown— and enjoy cooking! 1. Grilled Fontina and Blackberry Basil Smash Sandwiches Step one, cheese; step two, fruit. Any combination of the two is a win-win. Recipe here. 2. Read More
Memorial Day, the first true warm-weather holiday in months, is a great excuse for an outdoor party or picnic. Head out into the sun with some friends and a few of these delicious dishes—they won’t disappoint! 1. Strawberry Country Cake Festive red and white, this cake is layers and layers of SO GOOD. Recipe here.   2. Vegan Macaroni Salad A tangy, tasty, simple picnic staple, vegan-friendly. Recipe here. 3. Avocado Egg Rolls With Creamy Cilantro Ranch Dip A great veggie option for a picnic: easy to transport, even easier to eat… and eat… and eat. Read More
These days, farmers’ markets are bursting with glorious greenery. And this easy recipe from Annie and Dan Shannon’s new cookbook, Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking, delectably combines the best the season has to offer—namely, asparagus, baby spinach, green onions, and basil. Whip up a batch for dinner, or pack it for lunch, since it also tastes great at room temp. Read More
From chicken pot pie to sushi, you can now take your scrumptious lunches to work with you via a mason jar! These versatile containers make it easy to transport your lunch wherever you need to go, and they also make quite eye-catching lunchboxes. Check out 10 of our favorite mason jar lunch recipes below. Bon Appetite! 1. Asian Noodle Salad Get the recipe here.  2. Burrito Bowl Get the recipe here.  3. Simple Mason Jar Salad Get the recipe here.  4. Almost Instant Noodle Soup Get the recipe here.  5. Gluten Free Mac and Cheese Get the recipe here. 6. Read More
Most everybody enjoys a bit of sweetness in their beverages, but who wants to guzzle saccharine-filled, artificial drinks all day? Instead, try making your own fruit syrups; then keep them on hand to add a quick hit of flavor and a hint of sweetness to a glass of seltzer or a cocktail. These all-natural syrups contain nothing but honey, fruit, herbs, and spices, and they’re the perfect way to use the in-season fruit you got from your latest CSA share. Aside from drinks, you can stir them into smoothies and yogurt, or drizzle them on shaved ice or ice cream. Read More
Got milk? Well, what kind of milk have you got? The options used to be just skim or whole, but now soy, almond, and hemp are available, too. Plus, another controversial choice: Raw milk. So should you be drinking the stuff or not? We gathered some facts to help you make that decision First of all, raw milk simply means unpasteurized. Easy, right? Wrong: Drinking milk straight from the cow may have been great for Laura Ingalls, but food production—especially involving livestock—has changed significantly over the years to allow for mass production. Read More