BOOK’S FOODIE: Vice Eats – Action Bronson

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First off, this is not an instructional video on how to eat Action Bronson, that’s gross. It’s 2-part video that is a part of Vice Eats, a new column over at Vice.com and as some of you know, he considers himself a cook and has impressed a number of people with his culinary skills. Part 1 features him putting together a lamb burger, while in Part 2, he delivers the edible foods through a food truck. BTW: Action Bronson, if you are reading this or if anyone knows how to get in contact with him, I’d like to interview you for my hip-hop cookbook project. I’m at BooksMusica [at] gmail [dot] com, I’ll reply to you as soon as possible. Thank you.

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VIDEO: Former Shins drummer starts taco wagon in Portland, Oregon

Besides music, I happen to be a foodie as well. Hell, one look at me and…

Anyway, I enjoy reading food blogs, reading restaurant reviews, and I like passing out information about both on my own food blog. Since this is food-related, I would pass it along to you.

Former Shins drummer Jesse Sandoval was known for not only cooking for his bandmates, but making food for bands who would come through to his town. His love of food, and perhaps more important the respect people gave towards his food, made him think of the idea to start up a cart.

This video is courtesy of a great website called VendrTV, dedicated to “curbside cuiside”. Support your local food vendor.