Edible cartoons and comics


#21

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#22

I like this one!
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“Several complaints that the meatballs are gritty.”

By Tom Cheney


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#24

Yeah, that one’s old. From National Lampoon in the 70’s.

I love the one with the spider and the fly but I think it would be funnier without the caption.


#25

The way how my kitchen looks when I’m cooking for a dinner party.


#26

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Mischa Richter


#27

By Jack Ziegler


Museum of Breakfast


Fish again?


#28

I ended up having the Olive Oil cake to go, from Bull Valley Roadhouse in Port Costa, and didn’t share a morsel.


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#34

I have the 2 French ones, Alain Passard and A boire et à manger. Both are good, especially Alain Passard, he is portraited as manic and crazy chef, but I believe in reality, he is like that too.


#35

This is reminding me that Lucky Peach used to do a lot of “comics”.


#36

Haha, I’m still at level 1…


#37

I may have “powered up” to “6”! My “kitchen of tommorow”, anyway.

I just need “hungry onions,” on my “encouragement” apps!

P.S. Huh! Tre just challenged Carla’s racial biasing, or maybe steroetypes, on that Season Nine, episode 11: Top Chef All Stars Stars episode! The “Southern Challenge”.

I might need to watch it 10 more times to decide.


#38

Too many quotation marks.


#39

I guess you are cooking the dishes from the show too?

Just in case, I found the cover of your comics.


(ChristinaM) #40

Who has time for this?:roll_eyes: