Travel & Food

Review of Lay’s Chicken and Waffle Potato Chip

15 Feb , 2013  

Review of Lay’s Chicken and Waffle Potato Chip In the crowdsourcing, fan contest, try-anything current marketplace, a lot of companies are taking to unconventional means to advertise their product and expand their brand. One of these companies is Lay’s, who just recently introduced three “Flavor Finalist” potato chip persuasions, them being Chicken and Waffles, Sriracha, […]

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Travel & Food

Review of Lay’s Cheesy Garlic Bread Chips

15 Feb , 2013  

Review of Lay’s Cheesy Garlic Bread Chips In the crowdsourcing, fan contest, try-anything current marketplace, a lot of companies are taking to unconventional means to advertise their product and expand their brand. One of these companies is Lay’s, who just recently introduced three “Flavor Finalist” potato chip persuasions, them being Chicken and Waffles, Sriracha, and Cheesy […]

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Travel & Food

Food with Couch Change: Baked Potato

8 Feb , 2013  

Food With Couch Change is a philosophy and a skill. The goal is to get by with what you have and maybe a little more pocket change from a kid you turned upside down and shook (shook with purpose but not too forcefully)*. This will allow you to eat like the rest of civilized society […]

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Humor, Travel & Food

6 Ridiculous Meals that College Will Force You to Eat

30 Jan , 2013  

from http://www.flickr.com/photos/artonice/3246065736/

For many of us, college is our first introduction to all the utterly necessary bullshit that Mom and Dad were doing behind the scenes. Chief among the new responsibilities thrust upon newly minted adults is feeding one’s self. And while some food does in fact grow on trees, you still have to go find and […]

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Travel & Food

The Reinvention Of The Bar: The Stumbling Monk

22 Jan , 2013  

Sitting in a bar like The Stumbling Monk in the Capitol Hill district of Seattle—even on crowded, lines queuing down around the block, packed to the windows nights—gives one a sense of pastoral isolation. This is not a to suggest a lack of patrons, nor insinuate that the bar lies in a rural location, but […]

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