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April 25, 2022

Hip Hop and Food

Hip Hop and Food

History is made as The Culture collaborates with the Mikey & Rinne Eat In podcast for a simulcast episode to discuss Hip Hop and food and food in Hip Hop. Hip Hop in food and food and Hip Hop. The best food lyrics in rap history, why are rappers obsessed with spaghetti, and what exactly was Biggie referring to when he mentioned Welch's grape?

Topics Discussed:

  • Happy 4/20
  • R.I.P DJ Kay Slay
  • Food in Hip Hop lyrics
  • Spaghetti raps
  • Medieval Times and the best tomato bisque soup of all time (according to Jeff)
  • A breakdown of Biggie's go to; T-bone steak, cheese, eggs, and Welch's grape
  • Women described as sweet, delicious treats
  • Action Bronson's food lyrics
  • Eating placentas
  • LL Cool J's lips

Go check out Mikey and Rinne's podcast wherever you listen to podcasts

Featured Songs:
Good Times (I Get High) - Styles P
Big Poppa - The Notorious B.I.G

Referenced Links:
Fun. Food. Podcast. | Mikey and Rinne Eat In

#GrapeGate: An Old Lyric Inspires Renewed Debate (forbes.com)

DJ Kay Slay Dies Following Battle With COVID-19 – VIBE.com

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Transcript
Jeff:

Yo yo yo yo thank you for tuning in to another episode of the culture episode 92 is your boy Jeff here with my man at was good yo Hello everybody how are you? 20 now for me what you mean not for you. Now for me when

Anthony:

they build a dispensary like five minutes from my house that should have been lined up, like to give out drugs and shit. I went to work and it was packed out on the way back and we're through like 150 people out there lined up. They never smoked weed before Jesus.

Jeff:

But this is a monumental episode a historic episode because we are going to be collaborating with Mikey and Ren eat in a snowman. Resident guests Mikey she's podcasts with him his wife, where they talk about food and other stuff but we're gonna collaborate with them. We're gonna fuse the two and we're gonna be talking hip hop and food, food

Anthony:

and food

Jeff:

in hip hop, hip hop in food. However you want to say it's hip hop and food. So that's that's an it's a simulcast to their episode actually comes out Wednesday, Thursdays, ours comes out on Monday. So there's there's this coming out a few days before ours. So you actually go check that shit out Mikey and Rin eat in. But this week is a simulcast, we recorded one episode. They putting it on their shed. We're putting it on our ship. I don't think that's ever been done before. I think that's groundbreaking shit.

Anthony:

I have I'm not sure have not done the proper research and let us know if that is true or the factual or not and have no idea. We don't love we don't love food. We don't look it up. I mean, if you don't love either, why you listen to other podcasts you should have been right.

Jeff:

But like I said, it's for 20 so happy for 20 and what what goes well with 420 food. You get the munchies, you're gonna eat some food.

Anthony:

I wonder if it's snacks with no food? No, no, it's shit.

Jeff:

I mean snacks is food. I mean, it depends. I mean, I guess potato chips or shit. Like that isn't considered food. But when I got the munchies, I want food.

Anthony:

It's kind of like depends on how high you are. But you might just eat whatever is there. Like you might just like have potato chips and and make some eggs. And like a turkey sandwich like that shit don't work, but when you have it all works together, I guess. But I mean, it's it. I mean, it's good now, I mean, this especially is a fabulous full 20 Plus thing and it also kind of went notifies the day that now like legal this week. No, Lila's weed Jesus Christ weed is legal to consume in the state of New Jersey Correct? Right but like only to a particular degree like you can carry only so much I think New York so don't don't be yeah but don't be driving around with like like a brick or weed in the car like that's trapped and you're going to jail below small amounts that's that's good man. It'd been too many laws fuck with people over for little tiny amounts of marijuana and then they make illegal hopefully do something about the people who've been incarcerated that like like only have like maybe an eighth on him and that it has been eight years in prison hopefully it caused some changes in the system but you know, it's a good day. I mean, those windows and joj make good choices. Have fun, be happy,

Jeff:

but Mikey and render out in Portland, Oregon, and everything is legal out that motherfucker. Yeah, they don't do what you can snort cocaine you can shoot heroin down give a fuck.

Anthony:

I get it but like make good choices. Like just because you can doesn't mean you got to like you're bad. You're

Jeff:

more focused. With needles in the arms it should powder all up and I

Anthony:

know you don't do that dopamine hit when you seem like like stuck in the middle of the air or like stuck on Paul's like leaning on the bowl. Yeah, they're gonna take the new lead they often feel that that rush going into the system, but nah, I don't want you know, that's a great idea. I've forgot to ask them like Have they ever had any weed infused foods? That kind of slipped my mind I know they don't make no cocaine and infuse probably kill you. But I know we had a few the other place in New York that has a whole tasting menu. We got

Jeff:

to take Mikey coming in a couple of months right? We should take his as the I think around June.

Anthony:

Like all we infuse everything like cakes pies. I mean, like now like, like sweets and treats like actual food like spaghetti, and pasta and all other kinds of cheese. Somebody told him about the job. She heard she or her daughter ended up taking them there for like, just because she was how fast but it happened. She said she had a great time. I mean, I guess that's a plus. I'd have we'd have to do that to you.

Jeff:

She but yeah, I mean, it's gonna be interesting. Talking about hip hop, talking about food, hip hop and food. Yeah, because the idea came about because obviously we wanted to collaborate. And we figured, you know, we were thinking about how can we, you know, merge the two. I mean, their podcast is about food. He's a chef. You know, I'm saying our shit is about hip hop culture. And it occurred to me that there's a lot of food in hip hop lyrics. Right now. Obviously the most famous one is T bone steak cheese eggs and Welch's great and we're gonna we're definitely gonna get that's the principle shit. That's the main that's the main course. Pun intended

Anthony:

if something if something about that line and like if it and you put up a poll about it with a poll to see to see what the vibe was,

Jeff:

yeah because a lot of people are poor and they don't know what the what he means when he said Welch's grape was a jello was a soda was a juice. We're gonna get down to the nitty gritty.

Anthony:

I tried to make it reasonable. I tried to take a reasonable stance on it. I don't know if I was right or I was wrong. I just want to stand on my ground. I said what I said and I stick by it.

Jeff:

But also before we forget. We lost another one man. Rest in peace Kay Slay. DJ Kay Slay. I didn't even know he was sick. Because he'd been dropping and dropping fire share all types of mixtapes or type of what was them shares that he was doing? We kept putting like 100 dudes on us on a song. The rolling deep, he just kept dropping rolling Deeps. 50 people rolling deeper honey rolling deep. 150 I was like, damn.

Anthony:

Yeah, but you notice if you go back and watch the videos, you're gonna see a minute. I think he's in there real quick. I think the beginning to roll the 51 early one, but not the rolling one tenderly.

Jeff:

Now you hear people like, you know, so so get him you know. I mean?

Anthony:

Yeah, I mean you could do to vote and stuff but I mean, like, for a friendship for four months. That's a long

Jeff:

time you got a COVID Hmm. But think COVID is over and that's just still out here bro. They got new variants kill him off focus left them right.

Anthony:

They're gonna keep on trying to they're gonna keep like, Oh God no mask. I don't need I imagine there'll be next contestant on the samba Jim screen. Trust me, you don't got to do this.

Jeff:

My job got me coming back over here stressing getting all type of anxiety like, Yo, I don't really want to be around people like that.

Anthony:

Now, I mean, it's, it doesn't change anything, you got to follow the same protocol head, you know, facemask on keeping distance if you can, like I said, y'all have a model that kind of is efficient, but people don't need to really be on top of each other. So I mean, a lot of the keep doing that. It should be fine. I mean, a lot of people. Let me rewind it, I apologize. I'm speaking too fast. It's not the job thing. It's the kind of journal of society thing is that we go to the other places, like all of a sudden, like before, everybody's in a supermarket wearing a mask. Like going there. No one's wearing a mask or you're going to a store or you're going to a restaurant Cabo for restaurants was like you know we can't sit X amount of people here can we got to keep tablespace they're not no more man. Oh, that's just the same so the most important thing you still got to be safe about it it's hard to kind of get people across to tell them to deal with this and the most efficient manner the most efficient manner has been the same rules of before where mass keeping distance keep your hands clean no stay away from those that you know are affected and if you sick don't go to work. simple formula.

Jeff:

But your let's take a quick break man early break shout out to our coach a crew. We appreciate Ciao, we see ya. And when we come back from this quick break, we're gonna get into this collaboration with Mikey and Ren eat in the culture eats in with Mikey and Rinne How does that sound

Anthony:

so delicious, is good.

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Mikey:

Yeah, there we go. They represent a culture to represent like the culture podcast. All right, we're here with the ultimate collab is Mikey and Ren eat in meets the culture. Yo, yo, yo, yo. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm Mikey. I'm Jeff. I'm ready. Oh, it's my turn.

Jeff:

Yo, this is our episode 92. And this is your episode. 94. Correct.

Mikey:

I think that's right. Yeah. And we decided to get together. So for those who listen to our show. I go I go on the culture kind of every once in awhile to talk hip hop and all sorts of different stuff with Jeff and Dan, and we thought it'd be a super cool idea if we got together and we talked about hip hop and food and Have those two things merge because they so frequently do lyrically, as well as just kind of culturally,

Jeff:

facts. We're going to merge the two. And I think we're actually, if I'm not mistaken, this might be podcast history that we're creating right now. This might be very this might be the very first simulcast episode. Do you think that's right? I think so. I can't be right. I mean, I think so. Fuck,

Mikey:

I'm hearing some molds being broken. We're getting awards for this, you

Jeff:

know what I'm saying? I mean, just because of the legalities. You know, I'm pretty sure no other podcasts have done that. You know, I mean, all right.

Mikey:

Yeah, cuz we're gonna we're basically going to take this one episode that we recorded together. And, you know, we're gonna each doodle our little things with it. But we're gonna basically release the same episode on both of our podcasts, basically, around the same time. So this is

Rinne:

like some Guinness Book of World Records shit or something that's happening, right?

Mikey:

I'll tell you guys just food related shit. I just saw that a kid that I went to the Culinary Institute of America with. He just got a Guinness Book of World Records for having the most What Was it really that well, the most pizza related items. So he has 500 and something items that are all one of a kind, pizza related items. And he got a Guinness Book of World Records award. What? Yeah, it was just something man. It's a hobby response.

Jeff:

I was just gonna ask you first on your show, but you guys curse more than we do.

Mikey:

Oh, we curse way more Randox favorite word, the C word. And we're not talking about cows own.

Jeff:

Cows are delicious Caucasian.

Mikey:

wants to lead us off here. So we're gonna basically we're just gonna throw out something that's kind of our favorite hip hop and food related convergence. Jeff, you want to run with it? Sure.

Jeff:

Me and mentioned it in our the intro of our episode, but I just want to give a rest in peace to DJ Kay slate. We're looking to merge Edelman.

Mikey:

And he was young had COVID for I mean, 50. I don't think 55 is young. That is young. Yeah. And he had COVID for what? Four and a half months or something. Wow. All right. Well,

Jeff:

so first and foremost, let me get this one out of the way because it's probably the most famous food lyric in hip hop history. Okay, and it is from the biggie song one more chance where he describes his favorite breakfast.

Mikey:

And it's kind of time you got a T.

Anthony:

I want you to say it then I have a question to immediately. Yep. All right. Okay. Yes.

Jeff:

So in the song one more chance. The Notorious BIG says and I quote, T bone steak cheese eggs and Welch's grape conversate for a few then we're gonna do what we came to do. Ain't that right? Bucha true. Okay, go ahead.

Mikey:

True. This was the first lyric that all of us said when we thought about this episode, by the way, correct.

Anthony:

When you hear what is a great Do you think jelly soda or juice? Juice?

Mikey:

I've always thought grape juice

Jeff:

is definitely not gelato is definitely not gelato is great drink. I don't want to sound racist, but that's historically, purple drink. purple drink is what African Americans are known to drink. That's the stereotype without sounding racist, so I'm gonna go on a limb buddy. I'm gonna go on a limb and say that he was talking about purple drink.

Anthony:

And what do you think? I have always wondered this because steak and eggs is a breakfasted? Yeah, right. But like he says what is great, but I think he would have like he would have mentioned toast. That's right. That's why his juice, eggs and jelly don't go together at all. That's why it's not jelly. Like it might be great juice. Dude, but it's big. Like I wouldn't put it past a 300 have jelly eggs and stick together. Oh, yeah. Not mind blowing.

Mikey:

I think I've always thought of it like kind of like, you know, putting jelly on lamb or like putting jelly on meat like grape jelly. I don't know, dude. I think I've always thought that it was like him put it's like because he was a big boy. Like putting grape jelly on his steak. And cheese and eggs. Like all together. I just always thought it was like so gluttonous and amazing. Could be the drink. I don't know. Jeff, does that

Jeff:

even sound appetizing to you? First of all that whole breakfast doesn't sound appetizing. Fucking delicious. No, great. And I'm a breakfast person. Anthony will tell you. I eat eggs every day. I can't start my day without eggs. I've had steak and eggs. I don't know about the cheese part.

Mikey:

Oh, I'm into it.

Anthony:

What do you think's cheesy eggs?

Jeff:

Yeah, but now, now with steak though. Come

Mikey:

on, Chef Jeff. Not with steak. Yes, definitely.

Rinne:

With steak. Definitely with steak.

Anthony:

Yeah, you're like a soft scrambled egg. We're like creaminess. Hell, yeah. You got it. It works. Is it like I said, if Snoop Dogg says it doesn't go off as well because We'd like to we'd like to get a really big guy be like, yeah, I could see him being jelly with this shit. Yeah, but it fits.

Mikey:

Yeah, that's where my head went with that, but I don't know why we put it out to the audience.

Rinne:

I always just assumed to that it was it was just a big ass breakfast and toast was just gonna be included.

Mikey:

And let's be real jelly in the song. He's not eating this at breakfast time. He's eating this in the middle of the night. Like this is a drunk post club experience. Yeah, he's eating some Dinah's shit, like I'm fucking Slavin. Whatever on whatever. Yeah, no, fair enough.

Jeff:

Well, this is what I'm gonna do. What I'm gonna do, this is what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna go ahead and create a Twitter post with a with a poll. And then I'm gonna see what with what the audience votes and, you know, we could talk about at the end of the episode, see what they think, is great. I'm telling you that Welch's grape is juice. But

Anthony:

okay, go ahead. Now, I believe you're saying that this actually three types of words, the grape juice, the soda and the jelly, right? And depending on how you feel about it, it's going to kind of reflect what your answer is going to be.

Mikey:

I mean, I would argue to say that the juice and the and the soda are the least disgusting versions of it, but I just figured the reason that he was discussing it was because it was, I mean, it's a frog. That's a like a diner meal for a king. If you're slathering grape jelly on steak that feels it's taken to a whole nother place. I love it.

Anthony:

Like, I don't know how you're gonna get coffee in there. Right?

Mikey:

Or was he just was he sneaking champagne in so he's already drinking that on the side. And so he just the grape jelly was just a drunken move.

Anthony:

Oh, I'm rich. And I'm going to a diner. I'm thinking shit I'm putting on the table.

Mikey:

Yeah, no, that's true.

Anthony:

Tip or not.

Mikey:

Bring me a fucking bucket of ice. Please.

Anthony:

Can I have a jar of grape jelly? I love that. Jar. Yeah, the big one. And I'm gonna figure it out biggest fuck. Okay, okay, go ahead.

Mikey:

Alright, so I have I have a list of things there. And then it's super long. So I have basically three sets of quotes. But then I've also just got all the other places like I'm probably not going to mention like, all the kind of hip hop related movies that I feel like influenced so much of my food, like I think about CB 40. With the eat just sit down and eat that big ass biscuit. I think about that biscuit all the time. I also think about Boys in the Hood and menace to society, both of which had very strong food related murder scenes in all of those movies. But I wouldn't say that necessarily made me feel hungry. Poetic Justice to Oh, poetic justice had some really good food related stuff because he was going to Jujubee before Yeah, yeah, clapped. Yeah, so I'm going to start my first one is going to be from Goody mom. Soul Food. One of my favorite foods dogs of all time and it's Seelos vers fried chicken and macaroni and cheese and collard greens too big for my jeans. I didn't understand I didn't know what this next line was which is smoke stains from under the lid that's on the pot I never had a lot of thankful for the food that I got but my favorite part of the whole thing is fast food fast food got me feeling sick them crackers think they slick by trying to make the this bullshit affordable. I think the Lord that my voice was recordable. If these

Jeff:

if these ain't the most obese sounding lyrics of all time, these are some fat motherfucker.

Mikey:

I mean, it just so happens that it's CeeLo saying it too. He's not the hell now is like skinny right?

Jeff:

I don't think so.

Anthony:

To understand fried chicken macaroni and cheese and collard greens. I like the holy trinity of soul food for sure. Like it begins and ends with they're like you need at least one it's like if you don't have those on your plate. It's not really so food like yeah, you could do you could do smoked you could do smoke ham next you can do black eyed peas you can Yeah, fried fish but that's the Trinity is it's all built around for sure. No, that's probably to shoot it's killing black people. ironic about the lyric you're talking about. You know it'd be unhealthy like it's really not

Mikey:

man good for the soul but soul food is promoting

Jeff:

high cholesterol hypertension, diabetes. Yeah, all in one song.

Mikey:

What we don't do cielo is actually he's a cardiovascular surgeon. So he's actually just pushing people towards eating out so that he can have more business on his cardiovascular career. So but it's I mean, this is the thing about that song. I mean, that was like that was such an intro to like and first of all, every time I hear that song, I think about going and getting wings every every verse has something else that I just get completely get a hankering for. So one of my favorite foods and they also talk about food a ton in Goodie Mob's music in general. I just I love it. Seriously.

Jeff:

We got to say when me and my wife got married, we went to Vegas for our honeymoon. And we stayed at the Eiffel Tower Hotel. Okay, we go to the Paris the Paris Yeah, that's what it was called the Paris Yeah, yeah, the Eiffel Tower is actually the restaurant. So we go to the restaurant. And what we had was Escar. Go, which comes from France. Sure. I had no idea what it was a chef's Delicious, right. Come to find out. I was eating snails. The show was scrumptious. Yeah, garlicky and mushroomy. So it reminded me of a lyric from Biggie again. I'm staying on biggie. We're in from the song hypnotize where he goes, I can

Mikey:

just take it he's just taking another one.

Jeff:

He goes I can fill you with real millionaire shit Escar gold my car go. And yeah, the shit was expensive. So I guess you know, it went well with his lyric about you know, I mean, being rich. Sure. What the show was delicious.

Mikey:

There's a there's an old man joke. That's that's got something about the s cargo. I can't remember what it is. But something about a car having an ass on top of it. And he says, look at that as cargo. I've had a lot of old men tell me that joke through the years. Not a good one from our Trading Places. Sure. That's probably where it's from.

Anthony:

I think the joke goes like, like, I want you to, I want you to buy me a car on which you put an S on a door and s and a trunk is on the roof and F on the hood. Like why do you want the SS so when everyone sees it go by to say look, look at that s car go home like?

Mikey:

Don't I who's got our next one? And Irin

Anthony:

room would like step up. Would you like me? Sure. I'll go,

Rinne:

I'll go so so I kind of took this in a little bit of a different direction. Because I don't have necessarily, mine's not lyric specific. Because when I started to think about it, I thought about, you know, being a young girl, and listening to

Mikey:

music, right? That's right,

Rinne:

buddy. Oh, you're so sweet. And so what what occurred to me is how frequently women are referred to as food or does food. Or there's some sort of concept around like, us being edible and and delightful. Right, but

Anthony:

are you not,

Jeff:

but sometimes women refer to themselves as candy or whatever. Like, for example, Little Kim made a whole song saying how many licks does it take to get to the center of the oh,

Rinne:

well, and then KALISE had milkshake. I mean, that was her whole thing. Right? But the, you know, I saw this sort of theme playing out with a lot with candy. Right? And I just thought it was so interesting, the, like this idea that not only do we have to come and be like, sweet, and you know, like proper, but then you also have to, like, taste sweet. Um, and so I was thinking the light kind of tamest version of that is new editions, Candy Girl, which is you know, like, right, but, um, and, you know, there's no, there's not necessarily a mention of anything.

Mikey:

I don't think overtly sexual. illicitly. Sexual. Yeah, yes, we also listen to that song today. And like, that fucking song will blow the windows out of your house with the amount of Oh, treble. It's like their voices are squeaky Hi, prepubescent boy. Hi. And then the song has like, almost no base to it. It's candy girl, and I was like, holy shit over fucking glasses in our kitchen. We're like cracking like Damn. Then we also listened to the next iteration of that which was what?

Rinne:

Which was, well, that's my next song. Oh, is it sorry? Yeah. Is candy. Yeah. Which, you know, slightly more suggestive, I suppose. But yeah, I just I just kept thinking about that the sort of idea that like, well and it's sort of that like Lady in the street, but a freak in the bed, right? Like you have to present this certain like, really dripping with sweetness and you know, be well kind of way once you're in the bedroom. And I

Mikey:

also just think of like theme think of a female rapper if she had a song, like Seelos verse. Like, you know, you could talk about candy and stuff, but if you had a song where you can talk about like, my milkshake, whatever, but if you just had a song we're like, I'm eating fucking Meat Loaf covered with gravy and you know, like, people would be like, well, that's fat cow can't have that song about that. Total double standard. Right?

Jeff:

Yeah, but even even even in 50 cent and you know who did great in the love

Anthony:

I just we're gonna go ahead bro I'll be right behind you.

Jeff:

You bet no I just I just want to jump piggyback on what she was saying like 50 cent on the song 21 questions you know he compares his love for the girl like the fat cat loves cake is not an insult though.

Mikey:

No compliment

Anthony:

I mean if you mentioned now because oh has it really has a song called Pink cookies in a crack in a plastic bag being crushed by buildings?

Mikey:

Wait, is that the name of the song?

Anthony:

Song? It's called Pink cookies in a plastic bag and crushed by a building.

Mikey:

Oh fuck I don't know that song. It's literally

Anthony:

like the lamest euphemism for sex if you're talking about like women in regard to describing and being sweet and food and everything else with that, there's pretty much one at tops of mourning. French vanilla butter pecan cream. sundaes,

Jeff:

get in touch and

Mikey:

remember if Fuck Yeah, the whole

Anthony:

thing like I said, I get the whole obsession with women and sweetness and yeah, stuff and they taste delicious. Not all of them.

Mikey:

And you remember that? Remember the video that we take video and all the all the women in the video wearing either about a pecan shirt or chocolate the lecture? Yeah. Classic.

Anthony:

I don't know how to turn it around again. God damn. Yeah, I know that part. Yeah.

Rinne:

Well, let me just take it one step further. And maybe I'm like theorizing and overthinking it, which is just what I tend to do. But I find it interesting that it's like that. It's like candy and sweets, and all of this like food that has no sustenance. Like that has no nutritional value.

Mikey:

You've always been my kale, your folic acid, just really, I live for it. You are my

Rinne:

not being talked about as beef liver, right?

Mikey:

I mean, but but also the argument is like, you know, people, they're like Michael Pollan. And some of his books, he talks about the idea that we were we romanticize like flowers, right? And flowers are so feminine. And, you know, one of the reasons for that is like, literally in the natural world, like flowers need to be bright and attractive, so that pollinators go to them, and then they get their pollen and they spread it right. And so and there is something that like, literally, that's a difference between men and women in that, like women are thought of, you know, like the one of the reasons like from an evolutionary perspective that they need to be kind of like bright and attractive or whatever is to signal for mates. Right. And so I wonder if there's some kind of like old school evolutionary thing around it like, like candy is colorful candy is bright candy is shiny, but I just think it's more about misogyny. I mean, like Wu Tang, feminists from front to back, but

Jeff:

I have an update. Yeah. So so far on the Twitter, we're getting votes. Yeah. 86% of people believe Biggie was talking about juice. 14% said. And I got some actual comments. Some people left some comments. Somebody said 1,000% juice and somebody else said is juice because I drank that all the time as a kid. I remember hearing big papa for the first time and thinking a Yo, Biggie a real one like me sipping the Welch's grape. And then somebody else said he was talking about Welch's grape soda, and I don't even think it's made soda. But maybe they did. I don't know. They do. They do.

Anthony:

Okay, you're asking a black person? They do. All right. Cool. Yeah. So it might be soda.

Jeff:

They're moving along.

Mikey:

Yeah. I mean, it makes more sense that it's a drink obviously. I just think that I just kind of thought about it like a drunken late night just pile everything on the plate, including jelly.

Rinne:

I want I want I want to sweet something on the plate to fuck yeah. So yeah.

Jeff:

Okay, I had a question. This is gonna, this is a real serious question here. For Rin because from what I understand, Rin is Italian Correct? Sure. Yep. Okay. So what is the obsession? Or what is even the connection between spaghetti and the mafia? The mob the Italian lifestyle? Criminology? I don't know. And I'll tell you what I mean. When I think of spaghetti, what Okay, no, no, it's not racist. I'll tell you. I'll tell you I'm going

Rinne:

to speak for all Italians and Italian Americans.

Jeff:

Spaghetti is mentioned a lot in hip hop songs. And I'll give you an example a Big Pun in the song twins. He goes happened to Homer the punishes ready meet me at vetoes with noodle will do this do what he slurping spaghetti. First of all, what restaurant is vetoes? And who's noodle, but okay. There are there they're obviously preparing to do a heist And when they're gonna go meet this guy at vetoes he's eating spaghetti. Okay, so they're gonna kill him while he's eating spaghetti. Okay cool. Nas in the song favor for a favor with featuring Scarface where they're talking about killing people as well. Talking about you know a favorite for a favor you got beef with somebody I'll kill him. I'll help you. I got beef. You can help me out. Okay, now says FIFO foes ready five mass five machetes attack. I'm like Freddy, then we toasted over spaghetti. Once again. Spaghetti I got one more there's this there's way more but I just have one more. And this one has doesn't have to do with crime but it has to do with the lavish life flaunting your money right and it's Puff Daddy and the song Benjamins all about the Benjamins baby. Okay. He goes live in the rod deal. three course meal spaghetti, fettuccine and feel like okay, I understand the first two because it's a crime mall bot and you know, the crime boss situation and you figure is the Italian lifestyle. They figure the Italians eat spaghetti. The way did he's using it here. I don't think fits. Because when I think of spaghetti, I'm not thinking about an expensive meal. Like anybody can buy and make spaghetti. You don't have to be rich to eat spaghetti. I could be broke. You know, I mean, buy a box of spaghetti. Throw that shit in some water. And that's it. You know what I mean? So right, I need to hear your take on this shit.

Rinne:

I mean, I would say that it's probably just it's it's like the Ultimate Italian trope, isn't it? Right? It's not just like, it's it's the mob boss. That's, that's consuming pasta. It's also like, Lady in the tramp when they're at an Italian restaurant, the Italian music's playing and they're like sharing a long string of spaghetti. Right? It's it I think it's less about the food because you're like, to your point. It's, it's peasant food, basically, right? It's flour and water. And yes, anybody can eat it. But I think it's just more about kind of what what popular culture has shown us and every time we see an Italian you know, how many times did Tony Soprano sit down to spaghetti? How many times did we see that with? You know, any, like, name the Italian?

Mikey:

And how, and how obsessed are those are all those guys with mafiosos? Right? I mean, you look at like, all of the shit from like the 90s and 2000s. Like NAS is like, you know, recreating casino like Goodfellas was referencing every hip hop album. And so it's like, I think it's like less about spaghetti. It's more just about like that, like kind of stereotypical Italian Mafia culture, whatever.

Rinne:

Well, and, and also, Jeff, I will say, unlike French food, right, where you you know, you mentioned as cargo flog raw, there's like plenty of food that's really expensive and difficult to prepare. And, you know, like, my people's food for the most part. It's not it's it's pretty simple food. It's not that expensive. It's a lot of pig. It's a lot of tomatoes. It's a lot of wheat, you know, and so I don't know what they would pick to make it like lavish or something.

Jeff:

But it's probably more of a corner hit like hip hop has glorified the hip hop has glorified the Italian mobsters you know, the mafia life and all it is you know what I mean? And I guess you know, spaghetti symbolizes that I guess I'm just trying to put the two together because I don't I don't see why rapping That's right. Talking about spaghetti.

Mikey:

Alright, and spins dying laughing in the corner. We got to hear I don't know what it is.

Anthony:

I'm sorry. I didn't realize how broke Diddy was until I heard that. It makes no sense. Spaghetti fettuccine anvil with spaghetti monster your main course. Pasta third would be

Mikey:

starch and a little baby cow right yeah.

Anthony:

Right don't make any sense because one of them the main but

Rinne:

and like you're having to, to pasta dishes.

Mikey:

Yeah to pasta. That's too many Diddy. And also just I mean, let's just be real did he can't rap so he just was throwing together any words that had an eye on the end? He's a guy. Yeah. Well, maybe

Jeff:

he was accounting for his date.

Anthony:

Um, what was it about fishing spaghetti?

Mikey:

Yeah, well, yeah. It could be clam sauce because

Anthony:

Income No, no. G specifically says fish and spaghetti in the video. They pan to it.

Mikey:

Like fish and that's I mean, pretty delicious. can be difficult to be like brand Xeni and yeah, brands you know? Yeah, sorry. No, no, no,

Anthony:

my ignorance is fine. I think that okay, it doesn't make sense.

Mikey:

Well if it Yeah, it's not the advertising way to sell it. Really thank you for speaking up for Italians.

Anthony:

The Italian Defamation League we'll see off our back.

Jeff:

When I think about Fizz, the first lyric that comes to mind and it's almost an insult is not even putting fish in a high standard was Kanye in the song negros with Pat negros in Paris with Jay Z. Where he goes

Mikey:

Yes, fellas in Paris, fellas, the people of color palettes in Paris gentleman and

Jeff:

when it goes boss olhar ain't it ain't what did you say? Dasha Cray Aina J was she order fish fillet but that's an unsalted he's basically saying like the girl was like lower class the girl he's on a date with you know what I mean? Like, is that what you're ordering spitting

Mikey:

out McDonald's fish fillet?

Jeff:

You're like, don't you want that's our goal. So caviars. Have you

Mikey:

guys have you guys been following the subway thing at all, where New York Times did a study where they took the the tuna from Subway, and they DNA tested it and there was no tuna found in the DNA of the tuna. That sort of subway serves. And suppose supposedly the deal with it is that once you cook the tuna, it takes all of the tuna DNA out of like, you can't tell that it's tuna. But it stills like, I don't know if you guys have had the subway tonight, it's like to think that it's not actually tuna fish. It's not that far of a stretch. I'm kind of like other kids.

Jeff:

Let me get this straight. Once you cook it, it stops being tuna. So if I order the chicken, so it's no longer chicken once they go off the ship.

Mikey:

Well, so think about like if you took some of your blood, and your blood has your DNA in it, right? So if you cook your blood, it doesn't anymore, because it's basically like it's cooked all of the like the individual markers out of it. That's the way that I understand is you denature the protein. I don't know fucking blood. Blood. There are chefs that have eaten their own blood. There was a chef that served his own blood to a bunch of people at a private dinner out of my house. No, no.

Rinne:

Mikey. The second time we've mentioned cannibalism on

Mikey:

our show. Oh, yeah, for sure. I asked you if you would eat me. I asked you if you would eat me and you said no. And I said fuck you. We're getting a divorce. I need

Jeff:

what's the shit that some people eat after the woman has given birth was the shit inside what was the center? But sometimes that's because the holes Yeah. Why would you eat that?

Rinne:

Mikey? Yeah, I mean, there was a story about that.

Mikey:

Yeah, I had some friends. I used to work with them. And they she had a baby and they asked me to prepare the placenta. And so I prepared you know, some of it that we froze and some of them with the that we dehydrated and they put into capsules. And then the one that she ate that the night of I ate some of it and it was just fine.

Jeff:

So what does that do? Give you like superpowers or something like what is that?

Mikey:

Yes, you can fly you invisibility most of the COVID X man. Yeah.

Rinne:

Well, Jeff, so I'm an acupuncturist and herbalist and one of our herbs in our Materia Medica is placenta. And so it's a really Is it

Mikey:

human placenta that's in yours? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Wow, we got so you can I go? Could you go by human placenta and then give it to one of your patients? I don't think so. Not in the United States.

Rinne:

I mean, in China, probably. Okay. I actually, I honestly don't know. Because because it's not it's not, you know, ever something that I would prescribe. It's like a very Yeah, we call it a young tonic. So it's, you know, postpartum, right, you lose a lot of blood, you lose, you know, what we kind of see is a lot of chi and so this is like one of the most replenishing quote unquote herbs that you can well,

Mikey:

and when isn't the idea that like, the men like mineral deficiencies and things that women have an iron deficiency that women have after giving birth, their placenta kind of has the almost the exact amount of that they need to replenish to get them back to neutral, right. So that's the reason that people eat it. Yeah.

Rinne:

Yeah, it's it's controversial for sure. Yeah. And whether or not it actually does what we get does, you know, I don't know but there's plenty of like placental encapsulation businesses. Yeah.

Mikey:

Yeah. Alright, let's get back to hip hop and I'm gonna pass Oh, that's super interesting. But I've got I've got one that was the for another first one that came up when I thought about hip hop and food and that's Dead Prez be healthy. And it first of all, the one thing that I loved about this song is that it's the it's the antithesis of what Biggie And CeeLo we're talking about in that the whole song it's kind of like Tribe Called Quest ham and cheese, but it's they're basically just telling you how to eat healthfully and my favorite line. I think it's stickman but he says lentil soup is mental fruit and ginger root is good for the youth. And then another one is careful how you season and prepare your foods because you don't want to lose vitamins and minerals seven production of the song and I fucking love it because it's basically they're telling you to like not eat me and like drink smoothies the whole song

Jeff:

as long as tried I want to make a very

Mikey:

skinny. It's pretty garbage. Natural grocers I think are like some hippie health food store. Yeah, we're sponsored by the bulk food section today.

Rinne:

They were really pioneering that plant based lifestyle right? Oh, yeah. Kind of had any casual

Jeff:

go. Everybody's talking about gangster rap selling drugs and fucking bitches and hoes are talking about drinking smoothies.

Mikey:

He's talking about lentil soup. Cool Damn.

Anthony:

No water like

Jeff:

with some BCAAs

Mikey:

you know this? I don't know if you've given one yet.

Anthony:

Oh, am I really such a narcissist? Because I wake up to a bowl of lobster bisque. Like like that's hard because that's like some real flamboyant shit. But I'm like, What is

Jeff:

lobster bisque? Really? Is lobster bisque. Really expensive though.

Mikey:

Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Lobster and cream. But what the ampere you're saying? Was it just on your nightstand all night?

Anthony:

Yeah, like like he just like, he's like he's having like, you know what? I've been up to it

Mikey:

just a little room temperature labs, shellfish and cream. It'll be fine, right? It's been here for four or five days. It's good.

Anthony:

I'm not gonna be sick at all. That's fine. You don't make

Jeff:

the best biscuit. No. And it's not lobster biscuits tomato bisque. And it's medieval times. What? You got to go to medieval to like the reenactment restaurant like the Yes. That fucking tomato big

Mikey:

time. I've never been. We don't have one of those fucking things out here. Oh, really? And do they still exist? Yeah, they do.

Jeff:

They have one in Jersey to Florida one and they have like six of them throughout the country. There's one like me. Well,

Mikey:

I'm gonna be ministering. I'm gonna be in Jersey in June and we're going to vulgar medieval times. Definitely. Let me know but I'll buy the ticket. We go. That sounds amazing. That sounds like an amazing place to get COVID that medieval covered with some hot shit.

Anthony:

backbreaking crowns.

Mikey:

I'm with it in wearing crowns that I'm doing. I'm coming. I'm coming to my full suit of armor.

Anthony:

Like I thought about it. I didn't think my life would end up this way. But apparently it has something like I'm just gonna roll with this shit, man. All right, cool.

Mikey:

I'm totally give me a fucking turkey. Like I don't have any pride.

Anthony:

I'm nobody's fucking squire. I tell you that much. I'm

Jeff:

not it gives you chicken brother give you half a chicken, a baked potato. The tomato bisque. I think they give you a corn and they give you like apple pie or some. He's supposed to eat it all with your hand.

Mikey:

Sounds great.

Anthony:

Why do you know this menu? Oh,

Mikey:

my God. I love that. You know? I was just hoping that you're gonna say that. You've seen the cape. I've only seen it from the Cable Guy. Jim Carrey.

Jeff:

Now we've gotten so many times yeah,

Anthony:

guy go out there. No. That's not going to happen. You can't pay a guy and hop out there like hey, I'm gonna battle you're not a fucking paid employee. I do want that insurance issue. Like if I give him a sword and some fucking metal. Let him run out there with a big sharp axe.

Mikey:

He's drunk as fuck on like 75 gallons of cheap beer. No waiver no nothing. No

Anthony:

fucking hospital I'd be so mad. A call McGriff? Like what's wrong with you? Like I'm gonna have to happen. I was admitted with time with Jeff and shit. Cut my leg off man. I got I got to school like little wood thing. So I'm like gonna be a pirate the rest of my life.

Mikey:

Yeah, but imagine if you gotta you got jousted to death. That's the most badass way to die in 2022 I got jousted through the chest.

Anthony:

That way. I just want to get really maimed. Oh my god. How come how come they haven't made a dope medieval time lyric? Oh, there's

Mikey:

gotta be something that someone did some especially around Game of Thrones. There's got to be someone who did some

Anthony:

shit. It has to be like some kind of medieval time lyric flip somewhere. I don't know. Yeah, it works.

Mikey:

For sure. Yeah, someone talked about it. I heard it. I heard a thing. I heard a thing with e 40, where he was talking about how he's obsessed with Game of Thrones and how he like that's all he did during during COVID. And so I was gonna bring up a 40 because of just not that he necessarily he talks about his food a lot in his lyrics and stuff, but more just that he like to look at how much of an empire that dude has made. I don't know if you guys follow him, but I know he's got like 12 different wines. He's got a tequila. He's got a vodka he has I think he owns more wings but wing stops than anyone else. And his tequila does anybody notice tequila is called? No Rendina

Rinne:

e Corinto. I think it sure

Mikey:

is equal Renta. It's it's e 40 in Spanish. The dudes got a fucking empire. Dude equal rent. I'm ordering the ship right now. Oh, yeah. Yeah.

Anthony:

Um, I think on top my head I had the song. No, no, no. Champagne on the rocks. Rock in the foot. It's like struck salad with Karis, pork chops and applesauce. For some reason I remember that punchlines. Sounds like Action Bronson. I know. No one says that and I think it's bad for TV. He mentioned pork chops. I swear to God, trust me. He mentioned that from TV he says specifically, I've heard pork chops and applesauce and that I heard on a Brady Bunch. I've never had pork chops and applesauce. Is that an enticing combination?

Mikey:

Oh, yeah, it fucks dude, super good. That's how I ate him as a kid. I never had it. Hell yeah. It's like because the sweet nah. Well, maybe it is but I'm waiting. It's delicious. Fucking we win. The pork chops. super salty. And then applesauce cold and sweet. It's fucking great. Try it. It's Oh, the other good one is like, well, so what like one of my buddies makes a like an apple habanero hot sauce. And does wings with it. So same kind of idea. You know? It's just that sweet. Sweet and savory. super fucking yummy. Get after.

Jeff:

You might have to bring me some shit when you come down here bro.

Mikey:

Oh, I'm totally down for that.

Jeff:

You bring sauce? You bring me the apple hot sauce and I'll take you to medieval times. Yeah,

Mikey:

done. 100% that a trade? That's super worth it.

Jeff:

Just don't ask for utensils. Whatever you do, don't ask for utensils. Like they'll bring them out but they'll make fun of you. Like the king. Oh literally point. Oh, really? Yeah, he'll get on the mic and the King will say some shit. He'll be

Mikey:

like look at these. Oh, but I feel like I need to do that then. I'm gonna do it then. Perfect. Okay, good. You

Rinne:

get to eat everything with your hands.

Jeff:

Right it's medieval time. Yeah, exactly.

Anthony:

Why me the utensil You're mocking the handicap. My hand is gonna work.

Mikey:

I know that isn't that's an ADA non compliance shit. When I'm gonna say like, you know in medieval times like they were also didn't have proper hygiene. Let's just say so your your hands probably have poop on them. Not the I would say like utensils. They were really fucking done. Well, with some utensils back then. Yeah, last dine at 30

Anthony:

They said that a cable guy like you guys don't have utensils but you have Pepsi.

Jeff:

But you know, it'd be dope. But you know, we'll be really cool. Since it's back in the day. If they actually served us the Coca Cola that had cocaine in it. That would be dope. Oh, yeah. Can I get the old school totally in the real coke?

Mikey:

Do we should open a restaurant where they serve all the old the classic the way that shit was you know prepared like they serve the coke with cocaine and they serve the McDonald's french fries that are actually actually cooked in beef fat. Yeah, that's the shit.

Jeff:

Yeah, but then dropping people gonna be dropping dead left and right.

Rinne:

They are gonna be so happy though. So

Mikey:

Oh, yeah. And my probably the model that's going to be on my gravestone is you know I lived shorter but better if I can eat more bacon and live shorter. Done. Totally great handoff

Anthony:

love passion and cholesterol

Mikey:

100%

Anthony:

He lived a good life. Jeff The only problem with your medieval times I did like back then. Is color people weren't you know, popular. We were called more. Inviting us to the tournament. We probably be in unto him as like slaves or some shit. Yeah. I'm trying to pick up this mic.

Mikey:

Do you guys ever see this shit when Eric Andre went to the Civil War reenactment as a runaway slave? I did. It was amazing. Anyways, people reenact the Civil War and sometimes the south winds and their reenactments. Cool. Moving on. The South is interesting.

Jeff:

We're doing more lyrical work. Yes. do a couple more. I mentioned Action Bronson and he talks pretty much about food and all his song because he is a chef. And he used to be obese at one point and now he's getting in shape. But anyway, in the song brunch, he says, just let me sharpen my knives thrown on the apron X marks the steak in the salad crumbled with bacon. I don't eat pork, so I wouldn't put the bacon on my shit. But it sounds delicious.

Mikey:

His food is tasty, too. He makes he makes some some nice tasty stuff. I think that's a good line. I don't I don't really know Bronson that well.

Anthony:

Really? Yeah, he sounds. He sounds like Ghostface but he apologizes to Ghostface but he's very eclectic. Yeah, and he's different.

Mikey:

Yeah. I like it. It's kind of It feels kind of well, that I've the songs that I've heard of his I'm kind of I'm a little bit like, I'm like West Side gun with him. Where it's I can take only so much his voice kind of drains me a little bit. I think I'd get a couple of songs in and I'm like, Alright, I'm ready to move on. I think west side I feel like I'm being screamed at the entire time. I was voiceless. That's right. That's true. Mine just happened like don't have to make the gun

Anthony:

noises sir. 842 next window. Thank you. Who is this guy? I have another one more to comment

Rinne:

on. Um, I mean, you know, that was sort of my that was my I mean, you know my other songs. I mean, we had candy girl. LL Cool J's candy. Yeah, play the sexiest candy.

Mikey:

We did talk about we talked about video imagery.

Rinne:

Yeah, it's interesting to think about lol and foods specifically because because I think this is also around the time of my life where I also discovered that food was sexy. Like okay, so these Yeah, okay, I have to be yeah right. I have to be like sweet and like candy and whatever. But then also lol can eat an apple and I can feel like some kind of way

Mikey:

doing a video the way he destroys that Apple is like it's an assault in the best way though.

Rinne:

But he also lets it like hanging out in his mouth in a certain kind of way. It's like yeah

Mikey:

doesn't he at one point like half it's sticking out like what you're doing tomorrow and it's just sticking out it's a fucking amazing how the apple how like the Apple board didn't like sponsor him after that for like we're just going to eat apples in front of people out.

Anthony:

Pull like chocolate syrup from girls die. I'm like bro on the Beamer. No yeah. Oh

Rinne:

yeah. Like that his that his like, sexy food of choice was the like apple a day keeps the doctor away. You know what I mean?

Mikey:

Stole it off an elementary school teacher's desk.

Rinne:

And Apple the most like, I don't know, Americana nonsense. He made that shit. So sexy.

Mikey:

Yeah, I love that. And it also felt very clean to me in the sense that there was so much stuff around that time where it was like in order for food to be sexy. Like aunt said, you have to be like spraying chocolate syrup and maple syrup and all these sticky terrible things all over your fucking bedroom or something. I'm like, Dude, that's gonna be so much cleanup. Like I can't handle this sprinkles. lol It was all kind of self contained.

Rinne:

Yeah, it was beautiful. Beautiful. Then he tops

Jeff:

it off by Liga run lips.

Anthony:

He looks like bro, man. Pick your fucking car to the carwash before. Get in the passenger seat for dollar shipping. You're going home. You have a farmer's Avenue on the corner like, hey, let's pull over you sit on the front of my car and put some shirt like like a little chocolate syrup and just lick it off. Well, there's like some homeless crack at a coffee. He's looking at it like they don't know.

Jeff:

He didn't even offer the homeless crackhead some because you know he was hungry. Right can offer him shit.

Anthony:

Like like, dude, the man at 10 Like don't tell anybody something I hear like I had got to brother and call it a day you didn't like I'm gonna pull up and look some chocolate up your thigh like I understand you're a freak, bro. Your mouth boy. I guess

Rinne:

we all know we

Mikey:

all know James

Anthony:

Welcome back to life Mr. Smith.

Mikey:

I also think that at some point his lick lipping? You know it's countered, it doesn't moisturize and moisturize for a second. But I was like, you know, James, I think your lips are going to start cracking in a little bit. If you keep licking them like that. It's very attractive. Thank you very much for doing it. But chapstick really nice to sponsor you. Yeah. Cheers. Don't crack

Anthony:

appreciate nilly coming out with a song called PIP juice and actually making an energy juice called Pimp Juice.

Mikey:

Hell yeah. Yeah. Good marketing. They're sincerely Yep.

Anthony:

I had a cannabis taste like shit, but it's great.

Mikey:

What was the flavor?

Anthony:

It was like

Jeff:

if you say great That's racist.

Anthony:

None have you ever had like cheap vodka and like a plastic bottle?

Mikey:

Sure. Many times is it Thursday already? Yes.

Anthony:

So imagine Red Bull in a plastic bottle it in your heart guy Jimmy but it's like this doesn't taste good this don't taste like pimp at all taste like a mothership but don't taste like

Mikey:

and if you were to kind of distill pimp into a flavor what would it be? Ooh, that is probably the stuff of the various

Anthony:

fuck don't like strawberry yeah and

Jeff:

easy. I'm never I'm never gonna forgive Nellie for that one lyric. We've talked about it before. I'm a sucker for cornrows and manicure tools. That's when all respect for the man and I stopped listening to any of his music. Anything he said after that is not valid.

Anthony:

Yeah, he didn't think that went through what cornrows and manicure don't

Mikey:

know why Jeff tell us the

Jeff:

manicure told because there's no such thing as a manicure toe is a pedicure pedicure tub right. He doesn't say

Mikey:

I liked the manicure I love that's amazing.

Anthony:

It's supposed to be a pedicure.

Mikey:

We should do. The book.

Rinne:

Yeah. And maybe he was also thinking like manicured like you when you manicure a lawn like you just you make things look real pretty. So he wasn't only talking about her toenail. He's talking about like the fact that she really spends time on her all of her toes. Like she moisturize them. She like gets all the little, like hard bits off. She takes the cheese grater to it.

Mikey:

Whatever still should be called a pedicure, though. No, no,

Rinne:

but I'm saying she's like manicure. Yeah, Anna curing her whole toe. She's not just doing it was respecting

Mikey:

it. Yeah, he was really looking out.

Rinne:

I think he was really, he was really thinking about it. I don't think he

Mikey:

I don't think he knew, Jeff. I think we should definitely do an episode in the future where we get together and we talk about all of the like fucked up lines that there are in hip hop because there's some really good Miss written lines misspoken lines that I just think I just think about like that. There's some you know, studio engineer or whatever that's there that totally caught it. And it's like, God, he said the completely wrong thing, but he's the artist and I probably might get beat up if I say anything about this. I'm just gonna let it happen. Yeah.

Anthony:

God has a perfect example. I hate that shit. Yeah, like what is its money cash owes money in cash and the same thing

Mikey:

that's the noodle noodle. Yeah, that's the spaghetti, fettuccine and veal. He's just like pasta pasta fish. Or.

Jeff:

Or like, or like, or like Tupac rhyming Hennessy with enemies in every song. Like why didn't anybody tell him? Why did why didn't somebody in that studio tell him like dawg, you already said this. You might not want to say it again.

Mikey:

Yeah, I mean, that's great. But really we're drinking

Anthony:

like Nozbe like Edelman? I don't think should do what you think you know, people like my fear. Look, call me you're by a government name. You don't

Jeff:

we go back to food. I got some Action Bronson lyrics I want to recite Yeah, give a couple going back to the whole pasta shit. He goes in the song Blue Chips. He says pepper on the pasta cheeses from Lazio pussy DECA possio lightly dressed hairy like a Vikings chest. Delicious.

Mikey:

Bronson just brings it to the table

Rinne:

brings a realness Oh boy.

Anthony:

From here it was still sharp. That's all

Mikey:

Alright, I know that I only have one more. I know we're coming up to our time on the episode. I have one more and it was the I think it was the first the first time that I ever heard me the first time anybody heard any food lyrics on the song? And I think we all know what it is. Rapper's Delight. Wonder Mike. Have you ever went over to a friend's house to eat and the food just ain't no good. I mean the chip macaroni soggy the peas are mush and the chicken tastes like wood. Thank you Michael. But a good description. And I just really love it and I was like wow, this is my this is my music if this is what we can talk about.

Anthony:

For that's what poor food tastes like go get the best quality you can frozen SP Good day oh last chicken me trying to make a meal out of him like oh my god. Mike's delete that shit no I go sure

Mikey:

you ate the fuck out of it. We all see wonder like yo you got

Anthony:

some hot sauce a little touch of something and everything would be all good and that's exactly what one of them I did he can't help I think it's great that he talked about it like I feel bad that it's on record like for the entire history no like your friend family makeshift food.

Mikey:

Yeah there's a lot of forgettable or maybe want to be forgotten lines in that song. It's just so long to

Anthony:

milkshake brings all the boys to the yard and they're like it's better than yours. My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard and they're like it's been so they all try that milkshake and was like

Mikey:

It's better. It's better. Yep.

Jeff:

I should is trash. Yeah. Come on.

Anthony:

Man. I'm lactose intolerant, man.

Rinne:

I know. I liked that. She went with milkshake too, because it's, I don't know. I don't consider milkshakes like a particularly sex. I suppose. You drink it through a straw. So maybe that's something

Mikey:

we're talking about her boobs

Rinne:

though. Right? Okay.

Mikey:

She'd be boobs. Yeah, her boobs were shaking. They have milk in them sometimes. Uh huh. Yeah. Milkshake. I

Jeff:

don't. I don't think she's referring to her boobs.

Mikey:

I know. I don't think you think it's but shake.

Jeff:

But or vaginal shake. I don't

Mikey:

know. It's it's boobs. I've ever seen her. It's her booty shake I was gonna say others were not. Yeah. I feel like that's a good place to leave it.

Anthony:

Like hell no.

Mikey:

No, but yo,

Jeff:

Mikey and, Ron, I want to thank you for coming on our show. And I want to thank you for having us on your show as well.

Mikey:

I liked that we show 6969 of our shows. And it worked out really well. meal for two

Anthony:

milkshake. Whatever. Yeah.

Mikey:

And placenta. Placenta? That's right. We're gonna have to have a number two of the volume two of this because I still have lots on my list. Really? We could do that. Yeah, we'll do it. All right. How

Jeff:

do you how do you usually end your show? I usually end up my show with a with a quote.

Mikey:

Oh, yeah, give us your quote.

Jeff:

This one is appropriate for the topic today and it's from Truman Capote. And goes, failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor. Oh, I like Mikey and Ren eat in

Mikey:

my gear in Eden and the culture the collab pace

Rinne:

piece thank you all this was really fun.

rap music playing:

Big Poppa - [Verse 2: The Notorious B.I.G. - You gon' be here for a while? I'm gon' go call my crew, you go call your crew We can rendezvous at the bar around 2 (Come on) Plans to leave, throw the keys to Little Cease (Uh-huh) Pull the truck up front, and roll up the next blunt So we can steam on the way to the telly, go fill my belly (G) A T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch's grape Conversate for a few, ‘cause in a few we gon' do What we came to do, ain't that right, boo? (True) Forget the telly—we just go to the crib And watch a movie in the jacuzzi, smoke Ls

while you do me [Chorus:

The Notorious B.I.G. & Puff Daddy]

Angel:

Episode 92 Hip Hop and delicious food