Two we want to nom nom nom nom nom, and one we want to throw out the window. This week’s food crazy features the foods we loved as kids (cotton candy!
So we’re not the only ones who find bad Yelp reviews hilarious and meaningful. Because of some recent lawsuits and all-around f*ckery from Yelp, restaurants have begun to realize how jacked Yelp really is.
It's Mario Batali's birthday, which naturally means a today is a day of fandom worship for the guy with orange Crocs.
The whole thing has a very existential kind of thrill to it — what’s the meaning of all the flashing lights and fried foods to our hearts’ desire?
So many facepalms to be had in this overlooked glitch. The Yum Brands Banh Shop, which just opened in Dallas, is causing outrage from Vietnamese residents in the area.
And he announced it with a Cronut. From Instagram, Dominique Ansel shared the big news: Dear Tokyo! Yes – it is true.
We live in the world of “egotarian cuisine,” or, as Andrew Zimmern recently put it, “the age where no one is allowed to criticize the best chefs and restaurants in the world.” Fair enough, we thought.
Because there’s never enough Top Chef, so says Bravo, we are now privy to the newest of the franchise spin-offs: Top Chef Duels.
While Richard Blais landed a sweet gig judging on this next Boston season of Top Chef, he landed yet another TV gig — this time on the infamous Food Network.
When soda sales flatline, bring back the neon good stuff! Coca-Cola made children of the 90s extremely happy by announcing the re-release of Surge soda, last on shelves in 2003.
Well well, our meatball-slingin’ guys are going to be on TV! Well, ish. Deadline reports that a yet-to-be-named comedy inspired by the beginnings of the Meatball Shop has been bought by CBS.
There is a reason that we keep tuning into Andrew Zimmern’s podcast Go Fork Yourself (and not just for Sriracha feuds or celeb chef spotting etiquette).
Because being homophobic, tone-deaf, and completely the opposite of being self-aware is the only way to sell ice cream … so at least so one restaurant seems to think.
And management seems pretty desperate to get a new executive chef in the door — one that can stand up to criticism.
Quit trying to out-Martha Martha herself, ladies — the Queen Bee ain’t having it. In a sort of bizarre interview with the Net-a-Porter magazine, Martha Stewart threw shade at just about everyone (including Orange is the New Black, the penal system, Sheryl Sandberg and the “lean in” mentality).
Going back to where it all started, David Chang shared with Forbes (while giving a private tour of his test kitchen) of the trials and errors he faced while creating a mini-empire — and they’re juicy.
If this means Ruth Reichl and other lady chefs will grace our computer screens a bit more, we are so in.
Here’s how to feel intelligent when talking about your Guy Fieris et al.: watch a professor go over the history (and we’re talking ancient history) of the rise of chefs.
When the title of the story is called “It’s the End of the World As We Know It” (the song which we will have permanently stuck in our heads thankyouverymuch), it’s probably not a good sign as to where we’re going.
Taking on the man at Chipotle, hoo boy. Grubstreet reports on a Chipotle location near Penn State University closing for a day, after employees left behind an epic f*ck-off kind of note.