Everyone remembers spending time at sleepovers and between classes trying to divine their destiny through the acronymic game—but most fail to realize it's an age-old method of sublimating our existential dread as helpless children.
In 1963, George Plimpton went to training camp with the Detroit Lions and wrote a book about it. In 1967, with Alan Alda subbed for Plimpton, it became a movie.
When we asked pie shop owner Joseph Cooke to show us how to make jellied eels, we didn’t realise there’d be quite so much blood. Think Red Wedding but with sea snakes.
Ease your post-long weekend despair in the creamiest and carbiest of ways with carrot and sweet potato mash.
In celebration of the MUNCHIES Guide to British Food, we held a liquor and mash-doused party in legendary East End pie shop F. Cooke.
F. Cooke pie shop in London has been serving homemade pie, mash, and parsley liquor for generations. “Loads of customers still come in a few days a week,” says owner Joseph Cooke. “We have some in their 90s.”
For the residents of a small North Carolina town, it’s looking like the smell of the holidays will carry on from Thanksgiving right through to Christmas.
Progressive, sludgey, and never boring.
The weekend-long expo allows nostalgic movie buffs to meet some people from M.A.S.H. (the movie, not the TV show) and the Soup Guy from Seinfeld, among others—all for $20. It's the deal of the century, if you're totally lame.