My editors set out to humiliate me and make me physically ill by ordering me to go to an ice cream truck in Brooklyn and eat everything. I ended up face down in a gutter with sprinkles and ice cream allover my face and clothes.
In Maine, lobster is a way of life—we learn about them in school, knew friends' parents who were lobstermen, and had them on our goddamn license plates for a few years.
Do you subscribe to the sex, drugs, and sausage rolls festival-osophy that dictates everything you eat must be deep-fried and served on a polystyrene tray?
How the Syrian regime, rebels, jihadists, and NGOs are fighting for control of of the country's most powerful resource.
Thomas Jefferson didn't invent ice cream but he did help popularize it in the US, thanks to the culinary efforts of his household staff.
We turned to beer expert and gypsy brewer Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø for his advice on drinking beer that doesn't suck and actually gets better in warmer weather.
Bea Arthur's sassy ghost may finally find a place to rest.
Fleur de sel is widely considered to be salt in its most supreme form. I went to the morbidly hot shores of Aigues-Mortes to see how the crystals are collected.
Ron Silver of Bubby's has decided to finally come out of the marijuana closet and get into the edibles business.
Police have been known to lure the mentally ill away from the (literal) ledge using comfort foods. Here's why it works.
Quidi Vidi Brewery uses water directly sourced from local icebergs that are up to 20,000 years old in order to make its ultra-pure beer.
Cops, therapists, teachers, Spencer Pratt, and more tell us about what they eat on the job.
"The AspireAssist device should not be used on patients with eating disorders."
"We have already done a 'meat-lover's' ice cream. You try that ice cream, and you'd never know that there is meat in that product at all."
Formerly the world's largest restaurant, Bangkok's Royal Dragon and its army of rollerblade-clad, zipline-riding waiters are in need of a pick-me-up.
How do you spend four hours with 80 of the best breweries in the world? Do you pretend that you believe the beer tastes like pine shoots and windshield wiper fluid?
Waffle, crinkled, greasy, or covered with rosemary, I don't discriminate when it comes to the fry. It's all the same garbage.
A new documentary hopes to convince you that eating insects can be delicious and nutritious.
Zongzi is a tetrahedral glutinous rice dumpling that's wrapped in bamboo leaves and stuffed with pork, salted duck egg yolk, dried shiitakes, and more.
Does an order of "Mac & Screech" with a side of "Mr. Belding's Fries" sound appetizing to you? Welcome to Saved By the Max.
Jake Dell shows us around the historic Jewish deli and talks about the responsibility of running his family's iconic restaurant after five generations.
The African American culinary historian discusses his open letter to white southern chef Sean Brock, as well as the racial inequalities in Charleston's restaurant scene on a new episode of MUNCHIES' podcast.
The Berlin-based organization Über den Tellerand ("Looking Beyond the Plate") offers refugees a chance to share recipes from their home countries with Germans.
Being a fake Backstreet Boy in 1999 meant traveling the world, playing for huge crowds, and opening for Weird Al. But I gave it all up for food.