You can eat foie gras at Antarctica's Concordia Station, but your closest neighbor is the International Space Station and you might not see oranges for three months.
I ate nothing but Nutella for a week and wrote about how shitty it was. Later, this girl tried it and said it was easy. I called her to disagree.
Inspired by the "courage and optimism" of the famous film character immortalized by Tom Hanks, one Chinese restaurateur has opened an eatery in Changchun that is staffed by people with learning disabilities.
The avocado industry has been suffering maladies of biblical proportion as of late, leading to speculation that the end may be very near. But according to a new study, those of us living in smog-infested places may be using the green stuff in lieu of a re…
In this episode of FUEL, Munchies follows rapper Riff Raff on his quest to become 240 pounds of pure muscle.
Scientists have figured out the chemical tie between the feelings of gazing into the eyes of your boo and the languid contentment that hits you somewhere during your second Mai Tai.
Munchies heads to California's central coast to learn how to make ice-water hash. There, host Abdullah Saeed whips up a batch of cannabis-infused, savory-sweet Moroccan mahjoun.
Sunday was a bloody day in Waco. Nine people were left dead after turf issues between two rival gangs escalated into full-scale warfare at a Twin Peaks location—and many are condemning the restaurant for hosting them.
We asked experts for insight into what tearing into a rack of Tyrannosaur ribs would be like, from a flavor and texture perspective, and it doesn't sound half bad.
Fairfield mayor Kenneth Coachman supported the move, telling WVTM13 that the building had an issue with leaks and adding, "We really have to let them go ... Because we cannot house them."
Tarantulas are something of an ultimate creepy-crawly when it comes to their ability to gross people out. But once you're past that, they kind of taste like Cheetos or soft-shell crab.
I was diagnosed with cancer just a few months after returning from a trip to Japan. Soon, I found that the only thing that gave me solace was the comfort of Japanese food.
Nick, a 51-year-old millionaire in Beverly Hills, explains sugar baby dining etiquette.
Belinda Ramirez of San Antonio had an absolutely insatiable appetite—that is, until she underwent past-life-regression therapy and remembered her former life as a starving Aztec woman.
A bar owner in Clermont-Ferrand, France, is on trial for killing a man with 56 shots of booze. But was his encouragement to beat the bar's previous record of 55 shots enough to merit manslaughter charges?
Defined as wine produced in an ecologically responsible manner, sustainable wine is infiltrating the drink lists of London's luxury restaurants.
Maybe you "like" soda, but you ain't seen nothing until you've visited Pat Reidy's over-the-top domain of Coca-Cola worship in Veracruz, Mexico.
Sasha Issenberg follows the trail of the threatened Pacific bluefin tuna to see if our sushi obsession could mean the end for this diamond of the sea.
My mother abandoned me when I was six years old. Now, decades after a childhood of malnourishment, I still have trouble eating.
Delivering pizza is a semi-thankless profession—in which solitude is the biggest bonus—and one with a high risk of bodily harm. How can we possibly expect people to go out there and drive our food around?
While in Aleppo filming for a documentary, my crew and I were invited to the hotel of a group of al-Nusra fighters. Being polite (and cautious) guests, we accepted their offer to stay for dinner.
Meet the noma-trained chef at the Multnomah Whiskey Library who thinks that good food makes great whiskey even better.
Our house in Kathmandu has been destroyed and the temples that were part of my identity are gone. Stuck in London, I wanted to give something back to the country that inspires my cooking.
After becoming the youngest player to win the World Series of Poker in the late 90s, my bank balance was healthy but my gut wasn't.