It was only a matter of time before Thug Kitchen scored a book deal.The wildly popular (and equally as profane) vegan cooking blog has been dazzling internet audiences for years with its humorous take on nutrition, racking up more than 500,000 fans on Facebook alone with its decidedly “gangsta” approach to food preparation.“Eat like you give a f***” reads the tagline for Thug Kitchen’s website — a repository of nearly 50 healthy, vegan recipes for relatively innocuous sounding dishes like “spring asparagus risotto” and “peanut tempeh summer rolls.”“These sons of b**ches are chock full of all kinds of healthy sh** for you and tastes like a goddamn flavor explosion in your f***ing mouth,” reads a portion of the recipe for the tempeh rolls.“You like burritos? Of course you do. Who the f*** doesn’t? Then you’ll love this sh** right here. Wrap that sh** up.”[…]The conversation surrounding Thug Kitchen took a turn on Sunday, however, when Epicurious revealed the long-hidden identities of the duo behind the series: Michelle Davis and Matt Holloway, both 29, of Los Angeles.[…]The fact that Thug Kitchen was created by two white Angelinos struck a nerve with many online.
Aw, poor babies!
Don’t riot and burn down Los Angeles, now, in revenge!