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Breakfast Is Not a Stage

Breakfast Is Not a Stage

by James Boo December 15, 2009

I live for BBQ. I wake up for breakfast. Those who know me best will understand when I say that American breakfast is the backbone of my appetite. If done right, it’s cheap, satisfying and timeless. Two eggs over easy have nowhere to hide and […]

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Confessions of a Part-Time Vegetarian

Confessions of a Part-Time Vegetarian

by Zach Mann May 15, 2009

I remember walking down Channing Way in Berkeley with a mediocre slice of Blondie’s pizza in hand, stopping, looking down at the three-ingredient special and saying, “This tastes like something… I know it… something I’ve had before.” This was freshman year, the final week of […]

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Bacon the Question in Snook, Texas

Bacon the Question in Snook, Texas

by James Boo March 23, 2009

Like most delusional minds, I’ve always prided myself in my understanding of reality, especially when reality concerns itself with the edible parts of a wonderful, magical animal. I was therefore puzzled to learn that, apparently, bacon is a fad. As a man who pays more […]

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Six Degrees of Caramelized Bacon

Six Degrees of Caramelized Bacon

by James Boo October 14, 2008

“Do you think when the guy came up with the idea to invent the bong, a blacklight popped up over his head?” -Mitch Hedberg I’m not quite sure what popped up over my head when I was blessed with the idea for bacon corn dog […]

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Bacon Baklava at the 2008 Chowhound Bay Area Picnic

Bacon Baklava at the 2008 Chowhound Bay Area Picnic

by James Boo October 2, 2008
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Something Different

Something Different

by James Boo August 17, 2008

Whenever I feel like it’s time for something different, I drive four hundred miles north to Oakland, CA. I give all of my friends big hugs. I bask in the cool breeze of the East Bay. I take a walk through the Berkeley campus. I […]

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Las Vegas, Day 3: The Two Towers

Las Vegas, Day 3: The Two Towers

by James Boo April 23, 2008

The Venetian is quite possibly the most ridiculous of Las Vegas’ super resorts. Featuring over 7,000 suites, 120,000 square feet of gambling space and a five acre pool deck, this larger than life paean to the City of Bridges turns history into opulence like an […]

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They Got to Have 'em in Texas...

They Got to Have ’em in Texas…

by James Boo March 29, 2008

When March rolls around, hundreds of music makers roll out to the city of Austin, flanked by armies of fans, suits, marketers and drunkards for the biggest weekend of live music in the world’s set list of mass performance. Parks become stadiums, bars become concert […]

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