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Justin Warner Brings Marvel Magic to the Kitchen

‘Eat the Universe’ features the food of superheroes

Photo of Justin Warner eating a bowl of noodles.
Photo: Justin Warner

Marvel movies have been releasing like clockwork over the past decade, but 2020 has been a letdown for superhero fans. With this year’s Black Widow solo film and the third installment in the Spider-Man franchise delayed due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic (along with The Falcon and the Winter




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Sam Hill

Sam Hill

Sam Hill is a freelance journalist living in Portland, Ore. He’s written for Digital Trends, Outside Magazine, Serious Eats, Boston Magazine and other outlets.

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