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Food

Machine Project's Fry-B-Que 2 Heats Things Up

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We got into Machine Project last weekend when we geared up to check out their Object-fied music event, and now we're ready to get in even deeper with them.

Deep frying, that is.

This weekend, Machine Project is hosting their second annual Fry-B-Que, which is all about the glorious communal spirit that only immersing edibles in wicked-hot oil can bring about. The deal is you bring stuff to fry (go traditional and do some potatoes, or go all county fair and bring Twinkies and avocadoes) and hang out with some fine-frying friends. Admission is free, with a $5 charge for all-you-can-fry privleges. Don't worry, their "fryolater technicians" will be standing by with flame-retardants and frying tips if needed. LAist urges you to BYOA--A for apron, of course.

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Saturday Dec 16th 7-10pm
The Machine Project
1200 D North Alvarado Street
213-483-8761