Popular Culture ( known as Pop Culture) is the totality of ideas, perspectives, attitudes, memes, images and other phenomena that are deemed preferred per an informal consensus within the mainstream of a given culture.
Pop Culture changes constantly and occurs uniquely in place and time. It forms currents and eddies, and represents a complex of mutually interdependent perspectives and values that influence society and its institutions in various ways.
Popular culture and the mass media have a symbiotic relationship: each depends on the other in an intimate collaboration." —K. Turner
The aim of this blog is give common recipes a new twist, capturing the essence of a movie, tv show, book or any other massively produced for mass consumption product and transforming it into something unique. Touch, twist, change, transform, revise...in a nutshell: create pop culture food.
I'll try to post these 'food culture' recipes twice a month or maybe more often, I don't know just yet. The rest of the time I'll post normal recipes, tips, recs and so on.

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The First post is finally here!

It’s a happy no-valentine’s day post. You won’t find any fancy Valentine’s theme food here: no red velvet, no heart-shaped cookies, no beautiful cupcakes. Nothing, nada.

Instead you got the good old double chocolate chip muffin and the oatmeal cookie! Why? First of all is not Valentine’s day yet (duh!) and second, I’m not too fond of the ‘holiday’, because you know, I have the rest of the year to be awesome to my better half and that’s what it counts :) So basically, this is an anti-valentine’s entry.

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