Recipes Straight from the ‘Thug Kitchen’

Posted on: March 29th, 2013 at 10:18 am by
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[Photo: Thug Kitchen]You may have already come across this in your interneting, but we had to share. Food takes on a whole new kind of vernacular in the Thug Kitchen, a tumblr site that antagonizes you into eating healthy. Couldn’t agree more on the mayo.

From the FAQ page:

what is thug kitchen?

THIS SITE IS HERE TO HELP YOUR NARROW DIETARY MINDED ASS EXPLORE SOME FUCKING OPTIONS SO THAT YOU CAN LOOK AND FEEL LIKE A FUCKING CHAMP.  PART OF WHAT WE ENJOY ABOUT TK IS HOW, HOPEFULLY, IT WILL GET READERS THINKING ABOUT WHAT KIND OF ADDITIONAL BEHAVIORS THEY ATTRIBUTE TO PEOPLE WHO TRY TO EAT HEALTHY. EVERYONE DESERVES TO FEEL A PART OF OUR COUNTRY’S PUSH TOWARD A HEALTHIER DIET, NOT JUST PEOPLE WITH DISPOSABLE INCOMES WHO SPEAK A CERTAIN WAY. WE AIM TO EDUCATE AS WELL AS ENTERTAIN, MOTHER FUCKER.

The site isn’t abundant in posts yet, but what we’ve seen is hilarious and scares us straight into making a spinach smoothie (which is promised to be ectoplasm free and Dr. Venkman approved).

It’s not for the soft-hearted, so if you can’t take the heat, get out of the muthafuckin’ Thug Kitchen.

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