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  • Arts & Culture
  • Issue 49

On the Cheap

The greatness of cultural worsts.
Words by Rosalind Jana. Photograph by Jaeha Kim.

There is a pink-tinted photo of food writer Nigella Lawson in a Playboy Bunny T-shirt, cocktail shaker in French-manicured hand, that I love. It opens a chapter in her cookbook Nigella Bites entitled “Trashy, ” in which she extols the virtues of watermelon daiquiris, fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches, and ham cooked in Coke. “I’m not interested in pleasing food snobs or purists, ” Lawson writes. “Surely there is a place . . . for a bit of kitsch


This story is from Kinfolk Issue Forty-Nine

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