I spoke to legendary chef about the "artisanal" craze, the food media's role in its perpetuation, and why unnecessary things can be the most beautiful.
I tested out a meal delivery service touted by Lena Dunham, Victoria's Secret models, and a bunch of Wall Street execs to see if money could "fix" my diet.
On an all new episode of Fuck, That's Delicious, the crew travels to Barcelona for a whirlwind trip filled with a music festival, flamenco dancing, and a paella contest.
My night at the millionaires' dining table involves an arms dealer with a penchant for diamonds, roast pork sandwiches, and burning Lamborghinis.
Wanna hit El Taquito for a torta? In addition to some killer barbacoa, it comes with a side of democracy.
Would you eat fish that's over a week old? You're probably doing that already, and that might be just fine, according to seafood legend John Bil.
On a sunny day in Amsterdam, I met solar-cooking enthusiast Rik, who cooked hamburgers, popcorn, and coffee with the sun as his only power source.
It wasn't my dream to be a cheese sculptor. Cheese found me.
By his own estimate, Harry Sperl owns more than 6,000 pieces of hamburger memorabilia. including a hamburger motorcycle, a hamburger water bed, and the delivery car from Good Burger.
"There's no justification or easy way to eat meat. You don't get out of it by saying you did it yourself or that you did it ethically."
A new report suggests that a clandestine cartel of fertilizer companies drove food prices so high that they precipitated a crisis that drove 44 million people into poverty.
Napoleon Harris III is a state senator, former football pro, and entrepreneur. But you will soon know him as a real-life action hero.
This Japanese pharmacy has created a unique concept that wants to improve the health and daily lives of fast food lovers.
As the only manufacturer of stainless steel beer kegs in the country, American Keg is also providing jobs for one of the lowest-income cities in Pennsylvania.
The people waiting in line for London's In-N-Out pop-up appear to be half American expats looking to get their fix and half London food bloggers.
How two of Iceland's most unusual ingredients are changing the game in the fine dining world.
PETA's here with a hot take targeted to higher academia's hardest drinkers. Their claim: Beer is better for you than milk.
We stuffed our bellies full of nostalgia to find out if our snack-food memories were all lies.
Lily Airways–International Airplane Food is a high-end restaurant built inside an actual Boeing 737 airplane that is currently grounded in a shopping complex.
Lockhart Tea factory in South India produces 20 million kilograms of tea every year. "The tea grown here is the purest in India," says owner Asumugam.
Turns out, 45,000 wild horses could be euthanized to effectively make more room for cattle farming.
Niklas Ekstedt gave up a celebrity chef career to live on a remote Swedish island—until a 15-minute drive to fill up the tank inspired him to cook again.
New research has found that people base their level of drunkenness relative to those around them, rather than on actually how much they've drunk.
Last year's passes sold out in one second, so act fast.