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Charlie Hopper Charlie Hopper Feb 11, 2019.

Don’t eat that!

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Even fictional people have to eat. Sometimes food reveals what we should know about a character, sometimes it’s a pleasant pause in the action, and sometimes—(slaps berries from hand)… That’s nightlock! You’d be dead in a minute! Food Fiction is an ongoing feature that looks at some of the most memorable foods in the history of storytelling.

There has always been food that came (often too...

Charlie Hopper Charlie Hopper Jan 28, 2016. 21 comments

Pie, pancakes, oysters, booze, and a wafer-thin mint—coming right up

Pie, pancakes, oysters, booze, and a wafer-thin mint—coming right up

Even fictional people have to eat. Sometimes food reveals what we should know about a character, sometimes it’s a pleasant pause in the action, and sometimes it’s pea soup from hell on the face of a priest. Food Fiction is an ongoing feature that looks at some of the most memorable foods in the history of storytelling.

There’s such a volume of fictional hurling, spewing, and chunk-blowing (as...

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Charlie Hopper Charlie Hopper Nov 01, 2015. 24 comments

Feast rules: Eat now, worry later

Feast rules: Eat now, worry later

Even fictional people have to eat. Sometimes food reveals what we should know about a character, sometimes it’s a pleasant pause in the action, and sometimes it’s a grape you were absolutely, explicitly told not to eat. Food Fiction is an ongoing feature that looks at some of the most memorable foods in the history of storytelling.

A feast differs from a dinner, or even a well-executed...

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Charlie Hopper Charlie Hopper Sep 23, 2015. 24 comments

Breakfast: Simple foods for complicated lives

Breakfast: Simple foods for complicated lives

Even fictional people have to eat. Sometimes food reveals what we should know about a character, sometimes it’s a pleasant pause in the action, and sometimes it’s a bit of roasted snake, killed an inch from Jaime Lannister’s ear as he slept—which would have been a shit way to die. Food Fiction is an ongoing feature that looks at some of the most memorable foods in the history of...

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Charlie Hopper Charlie Hopper Sep 16, 2015. 21 comments

Pie is kind of asking for it

Pie is kind of asking for it

Even fictional people have to eat. Sometimes food reveals what we should know about a character, sometimes it’s a pleasant pause in the action, and sometimes it’s Chiron and Demetrius, baked in that pie whereof their mother daintily hath fed, eating the flesh that she herself hath bred. Food Fiction is an ongoing feature that looks at some of the most memorable foods in the history of...

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Charlie Hopper Charlie Hopper Feb 13, 2015. 15 comments

Learning about love from meatballs, gnocchi, lobsters, and sandwiches

Learning about love from meatballs, gnocchi, lobsters, and sandwiches

Even fictional people have to eat. Sometimes food reveals what we should know about a character, sometimes it’s a pleasant pause in the action, and sometimes it crawls behind the refrigerator and will show up in your bed at night. Food Fiction is an ongoing feature that looks at some of the most memorable foods in the history of storytelling.

Look at everything we learned as kids from...

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Charlie Hopper Charlie Hopper Jan 21, 2015. 24 comments

Tastes like betrayal

Tastes like betrayal

Even fictional people have to eat. Sometimes food reveals what we should know about a character, sometimes it’s a pleasant pause in the action, and sometimes it’s got too many onions, but it’s still a very good sauce. Food Fiction is an ongoing feature that looks at some of the most memorable foods in the history of storytelling.

Nothing illustrates how good a particular piece of food is like...

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