We already know that restaurants and their kitchens can be pretty gnarly places. At one point or another, you’ve probably found a hair in your food that you just knew in your heart of hearts wasn’t yours.
Have you ever seen a king crab? Before it looks like food and gets to your plate? It’s terrifying. Last night, Carlo Mirarchi, the chef of Roberta’s in Brooklyn stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers to cook seafood with host Seth Meyers and Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones.
Warning: do not watch this video if you’re on any sort of diet, because after you’ve watched it you’re going to want to eat fried chicken with a sense of urgency that was previously only felt during medical emergencies.
Restaurant week in New York City starts on Monday, July 25th and runs until August 19th. It’s a good opportunity to try some restaurants you might otherwise not get to at a lower cost.
Throwback Thursday is my favorite holiday. I can’t get enough. There are two kinds of photos one can post for #TBT.
“Eat your science is probably the next Hamilton, but, you know, with food,” says Alton Brown in a video announcement he made today.
You know Rob Corddry from pretty much every comedy show worth watching. He’s had roles in Arrested Development, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and The Daily Show with John Stewart.
2009 America’s least favorite human, Jon Gosselin is now cooking at a T.G.I.Fridays in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, according to an exclusive on Entertainment Tonight.
We’ve all been there. It’s time to order some pizza, and you can’t decide whether to get two smalls or a large for everyone.
Selena Gomez recently became the most popular person on Instagram. She has 90.5 followers and she reportedly gains 200,000 more every 24 hours.
Happy Monday! Start your week off right and stop by for a #falafel sandwich! : @gregsafari A photo posted by taimfalafel (@taimfalafel) on May 23, 2016 at 4:45am PDT If you live in New York City and you haven’t been to Taïm, I’m not sure what you’re still doing at your computer.
So, this is a thing now we guess. California bakery Blessed By Baking has created cupcakes that look like pimples that you can actually pop.
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Stephen Colbert‘s antics at the Republican National Convention are well-documented. He declared the start of The Hunger Games onstage, and he even slipped back into his old character from The Colbert Report for a bit to invent the word “Trumpiness.” But, eventually, according to him the convention got pretty boring.
Every time Action Bronson releases a new special, it makes our day a whole lot better. This week, he’s come out with a new video for Vice Munchies called Action Bronson: Random Moments in Food.
Photo Credit: Scott Gordon Bleicher When you’re on the campaign trail, everything you do is scrutinized, even what you eat and how you eat it.
Gordon Ramsay loves a wet suit. He seems to be donning them literally at all times. In his latest YouTube upload from The F Word, he goes hand-diving for scallops, and then makes a scallop tartar.
Everyone’s favorite badass chef, David Chang, is on the cover of this month’s Wired. It’s the August food issue, and he’s sharing for the first time ever, in his own words, what he calls his Unified Theory of Deliciousness.
“If cameras went into Thomas Keller’s Per Se in New York, Alice Waters’ Chez Panisse in Berkeley, or Grant Achatz’s Alinea in Chicago, they would see a kitchen that is well organized, with a contented, dedicated, hard-working staff,” Jacqués Pépin said in an essay last week for The Daily Meal about the problems with cooking shows on TV. He continues, “The cruel rivalry and conflict depicted in Hell’s Kitchen may be good for ratings, but it is unjust to dedicated cooks and unfair to the trade.” Though Pépin was one of the original celebrity chefs- he won an Emmy in the 1990s for Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home, his show with Julia Child– he’s disappointed in what cooking television has become.
“Michelin is something of a mystery,” Alain Ducasse told Luxury London in an article that came out today.