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Monday, October 3, 2011

Beastie Eats: Eight Foods From Beastie Boys Songs

Posted By on Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 9:00 AM

"Pie Fight for Your Right to Party" - Beastie Boys move beyond the hip-hops arts. - JEFF RAMIREZ
  • Jeff Ramirez
  • "Pie Fight for Your Right to Party" - Beastie Boys move beyond the hip-hops arts.

Top Chef: Just Desserts recently brought in a special guest: MC King Ad-Rock (also known as Adam Horovitz) of the Beastie Boys. Although by the time you're a gray-haired 40-something appearing on a cooking show, you're probably a Beastie Man. Regardless, he presented contestants with ingredients featured in Beastie Boys songs.

Just where did all those food references come from?

The New Style B-E-A-S-T-I-E, what up Mike D. Ah yeah, that's me I got franks and pork and beans Always bust the new routines

So What Cha Want Well I'm as cool as a cucumber in a bowl of hot sauce You've got the rhyme and reason but no cause

3 The Hard Way Sneak between the sheets so hide like matzoh Holler back challah bread... next

Posse in Effect You're a fake wearin' sucker whose gold got rusted Cheaper than a hot dog with no mustard

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