Watch How To Make A Big Kahuna Burger From 'Pulp Fiction'

It's hard to watch 'Pulp Fiction' (1994) without getting the craving for a Big Kahuna burger -- the flagship sandwich of the fictitious Hawaiian burger franchise invented by director Quentin Tarantino, who turns 54 today.

You can't visit a Big Kahuna restaurant in real life, but you can make the Hawaiian burger at home thanks to 'Binging with Babish', a YouTube series dedicated to making the feasts you've seen in popular films. To bring the Big Kahuna to life, Babish sautéed pineapple slices, topped two smashed beef patties with Monterey Jack cheese, and then served them up on a Hawaiian roll slathered with Teriyaki sauce.  

Check it out.


Before Nikki Furrer was a cannabis writer and professional, she had another dream job: owning an independent bookstore. While she says her business venture as a bookseller was ultimately untenable, it did open her eyes to how much she enjoys “matching the reader to the exact book they’re craving.” This zest for matchmaking is evident in her book 'A Woman’s Guide to Cannabis.' As the title suggests, 'A Woman’s Guide to Cannabis' is for women who are curious about cannabis. A more appropriate title, however, might have been a 'A Beginner’s Guide to Cannabis.' Though Furrer touches on applications for the plant that are specific to women—relief of menstrual pain or beauty (though her belief that cannabis is a beauty product because it makes you appear more well-rested seems relevant to both men and women—much of the information in the book is relevant to anyone who is totally inexperienced with cannabis, apprehensive about trying it and needs a run down of the basics.

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