Words: Shamim de Brún
Food writer Laurel Randolph launches her book The Unofficial Simpson’s Cookbook with An Unofficial Krusty Burger Pop-Up and Bring Your Own Art Show Simpson’s Fan Art edition at Hen’s Teeth in Dublin 8, September 8 and 9.
Expect Flaming Moes, Krusty Burgers, Super Squishees, and more. Tickets are now on sale for the Krusty Burger pop-up, including dinner and a book. The exhibition is free and open to all.
Tickets start at twenty euros for a “Krusty Meal-Deal for 1“, which includes a burger and a drink. They go up to sixty euros if you want a Krusty Meal-Deal for two with a signed copy of the book. Each ticket slot is an hour long, starting from 17:00.
“I’m beyond excited to partner with Hen’s Teeth and give my cookbook a proper welcome in Ireland. Come pig out with me Homer-style and celebrate all things unofficially Simpsons. Oh, and one more thing: eat my shorts, Dublin!” says Randolph.
Hen’s Teeth will also host a Simpson’s Fan Art edition of Bring Your Own Art Show on Friday, 9 September. BYOAS invites all artists to bring along a piece of art to be exhibited and sold on the night.
Everyone knows and loves The Simpsons.”Mmm…Donuts.” Over the years, Simpsons episodes have featured and sometimes revolved around countless food items.
Thanks to Homer Simpson’s unending appetite and a writers’ room full of food lovers, the show has a long list of truly iconic dishes. From Chief Wiggum’s Chili to the Flaming Moe (a.k.a. Flaming Homer) to Super Squishees to Krusty Burgers, you’ll find all those recipes and more in The Unofficial Simpsons Cookbook.
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