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The Broiler Room

Bad Manners, Matthew Holloway, Michelle Albanes-Davis

Fill your plate with our thoughts on food, pop culture, and everything that makes a meal.

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  • Bad Manners

    NYT bestselling books and hot takes on all things vegetables more

  • Matthew Holloway

    Photographer

  • Michelle Albanes-Davis

    3x NY Times best-seller \ud83c\udff3️‍\ud83c\udf08 more

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