In recognition of the Festival of Lights, Michael Solomonov—chef-owner of Zahav and other restaurants in Philadelphia—makes us a slow-roasted short rib with fried cauliflower and fresh horseradish.
Host Ben Ferguson and director Marc Isaacs travel to the Lincolnshire town of Boston to reveal a local story—set inside a burger truck—about communal fears about change and immigration.
Oysters are the STI's latest victim.
JD Wetherspoon, you deserve far more affection than you're given.
In honor of the first night of the Festival of Lights, Eliot Glazer—comedian and candy-making expert—makes homemade dark chocolate gelt, a traditional Hanukkah treat.
Andy Milonakis stirs it up with Kris Yenbamroong (chef and owner of Night + Market Song) in this episode of Fat Prince. Watch as they cook up a wacky array of ingredients including fresh uni, cheap Thai noodles, and packets of rendered pork fat.
It's known as yartsu gunbu ("winter worm, summer grass") by the Tibetans and chongcao ("worm-grass") by the Chinese, and though it's kind of a hybrid, it may be more accurate to call it an infection.
I know that this is your fourth Bloody Mary, and I can tell that you're super high on Ambien. Just don't tell me I have a sexy PA voice or ask me for a sparkling water—we have club soda.
Yesterday, a cafe selling only cereal and cereal-based cakes opened in East London. This went down well with some people, but mostly very badly with everyone else.
When Munchies arrived at Toro, Chef Jamie Bissonnette warned them that they were going to be in for a night of heavy drinking, and he came through on that promise.
In MUNCHIES' first episode of Bong Appetit, a show about the wonders of weed-infused food, host Matt Zimbric heads to a Californian medical marijuana garden run by Nonna Marijuana, a 91-year-old grandmother who cooks classic Italian with a twist.
Our correspondent Sydney Chun heads to Jongno Octopus in Seoul to nosh on still-living cephalopods.
Ireland, Scotland, and Wales have an entrenched seaweed-eating heritage, but England doesn't have that kind of relationship with the slippery stuff.
Munchies host Matty Matheson heads to Newfoundland to fish for capelin with his bare hands, go on an insane hike that nearly drains him of all his life force, cook seafood in a gorgeous cove, and make a fried chicken feast for his Newfie pals.
For years, getting wasted when Moscow's dictators didn't want you to was a victory of wits for the Russian masses.
In this episode of Soul Food, host Kiran Deol heads over to LA's Kosher Corridor to get wise to the ways one can keep kosher. It turns out that today's kosher food and drink is much more than just matzo balls and sweet, syrupy wine.
This week, the internet is abuzz over videos of raw meat being contaminated by dirty sidewalks and bare cleavage. What is it about poor food safety that gets us all hot and bothered?
A dirty, dirty restaurant may leave you hunched over the toilet screaming to god for sweet relief and a Sprite, but it's going to be a tasty journey.
In MUNCHIES' new series, Hunter and Gatherer, they join sea urchin hunter Stephanie Mutz as she dives deep for California gold. They follow her as she delivers her prized bounty straight from the sea to the state's best chefs.
In this after-dark episode of Fuck, That's Delicious, our host Action Bronson shows us his favorite spots for midnight snacking in New York.
Last year, there were more than 100 detainees on hunger strike at Guantánamo. But what about the detainees who were eating?
To spread MUNCHIES-style holiday cheer and play Santa for our valued readers, we've put together a gift guide that showcases some of our trusted hosts' favorite things.
If you haven't started preparing your Thanksgiving meal yet, pay attention.
I used to believe different liquors would make me feel one way or another—vodka turned me depressive, and tequila made me crazy. Turns out, that was all projection.