Every week, we scour the Instagram universe to bring you the best food porn fit for a Sunday feast.
Chickpeas don’t actually sprout and grow in aluminum cans—who knew? Similarly, wasabi doesn’t grow in the paste form that you see at sushi restaurants.
Let’s say you dropped the (Butter)ball this year. And despite your best attempts, there is not a large-breasted fowl to be found within a fifty mile radius of your home, where you kindly offered to host this year’s Turkey Day.
You can sit there and hope that the juice trend will eventually plateau, and quickly fade, because seeing people toting murky drinks that look like they’re filled with cat puke is quite an eyesore.
Rick Ross—who will go down in history as the rapper that helped popularize the pear—did an interview with VF.com about his vision for Hood Billionaire, his second album in eight months.
This year, some grocers are giving away turkey if customers buy ham, because the price of ham has doubled since last year.
Hip-hop and waffles have history. Waffle House, the esteemed southern eatery, gets name checked with great regularity.
Rapper Rick Ross and his #shoutouttoallthepear catchphrase got the pear industry booming.
One in three adults drinks excessively, according to the CDC. But that doesn’t automatically mean that person is an alcoholic, according to a new study published in the journal Preventing Chronic Disease.
If your only familiarity with Middle Eastern food is running your finger through a container of Sabra hummus, it’s time to expand your horizons.
We’re living in an age of mashup-food mania, a time in which a new frankenfood unveils itself everyday.
By now, we’re all used to asking Google questions about every random thing we want to know. With our smartphones, tablets, and laptops, we can ask questions anywhere we have data or WiFi signals—and most of us do.
Can you improve on Stove Top Stuffing Mix? We say yes. The Kraft product, which has been around since 1972, has remarkably simple cooking instructions.
National Geographic Channel‘s new six-part mini-series “Eat: The Story of Food,” is the channel’s first foray into food, with appearances from Jose Andres, Michael Pollan, and Eric Ripert.
Things you should know about: the grapple (as in grape + apple). It’s pronounced like “gray-pole,” and was created in Wenatchee Valley, WA.
Mandatory.com built Homer Simpson out of the junk food that you would find at Kwik-E-Mart—specifically, mini powdered doughnuts, marshmallows, vanilla meringues, black licorice, taffy, cotton candy, and tons of gummies.
It’s getting to that time of year when we click on photos of turduckens and tropical beaches, but one Redditor’s holiday album blows it all out of the water.
On November 19th, a toilet-shaped cake weighing more than 1,500 pounds was unveiled in New Delhi, India.
Do you like Church’s Chicken’s honey-butter biscuits? Do you like Oreos? Do you like food mashups? Don’t waste your time answering that—we know you do.
The rap parody genre is full of misses, but none of them come from KeithFromUpDaBlock, the Rakim of humorous hip-hop.